Rotary Club of Greensboro Speakers

Our meeting speakers are community leaders, entrepreneurs, servant leaders and always bring good questions – and answers – to our weekly meetings. Use the Attend a Meeting interest form to come to Rotary Club of Greensboro meetings very soon and see for yourself!

No Meeting (December 20)

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No Meeting (December 27)

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No Meeting (January 3)

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Lieutenant General Walter F. Ulmer, Jr., “Everything I have learned about leadership–plus 20%” (January 10)

Lieutenant General Walter F. Ulmer, Jr., U.S. Army (Retired) Everything I have learned about leadership–plus 20% Walt Ulmer, a native of Maine, first came to Greensboro when he retired from active duty in 1985 to Read more…

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Daniel Crupi, “Classical Innovation: The Role of the Classical Arts in the Digital Era” (January 17)

Daniel Crupi, Greensboro Symphony Orchestra Chief Operating Officer Classical Innovation: The Role of the Classical Arts in the Digital Era The Greensboro Symphony is innovating its way to the front of the orchestral field, premiering Read more…

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Dennis Quaintance, “Why I Skip to Work!” (January 24)

Dennis Quaintance, Quaintance-Weaver Restaurants & Hotels Chief Executive Officer and Chief Design Officer Why I Skip to Work! The youngest of five children, Dennis Quaintance was born in Spirit Lake, Iowa and began his hospitality Read more…

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Bert Davis, Jr., (January 31)

Bert Davis, Jr., Davis Forensic Group Owner Bert Davis, Jr., CPA, CFE, CFF, is the owner of Davis Forensic Group based in Greensboro, NC. His firm provides financial investigation support to attorneys and their clients. Read more…

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Maria Hanlin (February 7)

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Andy Zimmerman, “Greensboro is Great! And We Are About to Get Better” (April 18)

Andy Zimmerman, AZ Development Founder “Greensboro is Great! And We Are About to Get Better” Through his company, AZ Development, Andy Zimmerman works as a real estate developer, new product developer, and consultant for the Read more…

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