The regional leaders teams represent four groups — Rotary coordinators (RCs), regional Rotary Foundation coordinators (RRFCs), endowment/major gifts advisers (E/MGA) and Rotary public image coordinators (RPICs). In addition to serving as trainers and consultants at Rotary events, they leader work together to connect Rotarians with resources and to support the interrelated priorities of Rotary’s Strategic Plan:

  • Support and strengthen clubs.
  • Focus and increase humanitarian service.
  • Enhance public image and awareness.

Rotary coordinators offer support and know-how to boost Rotary club membership and keep members engaged.

Regional Rotary Foundation coordinators serve as a key resource on Rotary Foundation grants and grants management, fundraising, and Rotary Foundation programs such as PolioPlus and Rotary Peace Centers.

Rotary public image coordinators have expertise in the fields of public relations, journalism, or communications. By combining their business backgrounds, they work to enhance Rotary’s public image by increasing recognition of Rotary’s humanitarian efforts among both Rotarians and the general public.

Endowment/major gifts advisers serve as a key resource for major gift and endowment fund matters in their region.

Learn more about the regional coordinators at www.rotary.org.


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