Speaker Date Topic
Cozette Vergari Dec 13, 2017
Where the Money Comes From & Where the Money Goes
Tom Johnstone Dec 20, 2017
Craft Talk
Dark Dec 27, 2017
Dark for Holidays
Raena Granberry, Great Beginnings for Black Babies Jan 03, 2018
Great Beginnings for Black Babies, Inglewood Nonprofit
Great Beginnings for Black Babies, Inglewood Nonprofit

Raena Granberry, Community Outreach Liaison, Will be presenting on Maternal Mental and Physical Health, including the birth disparities that have caused the California State Department of Public Health to create the Black Infant Health program and all the steps being taken at our organization as well as statewide to combat these issues for mothers of all races and income levels.

The interactive portion will include:
1. A blind folded diaper changing contest
2. Test your pregnancy knowledge quiz where Rotary members will hold up cards stating "true/false" on questions like: 
  • Pregnant women should not eat fish
  • Post Partum depression is simply "Baby Blues"
  • Women are born with maternal instincts, etc.
Dark Jan 10, 2018
Westchester Rotary Club will be hosting NZ dinner in the evening
Dark for Evening YP Meeting Jan 31, 2018
Courageous Citizen Awards Ceremony Feb 07, 2018
Elaine Davis Feb 21, 2018
Craft talk
Guns'n Hoses Mar 14, 2018
Honoring Los Angeles Airport Police Dpt. and Fire Dept.
Erin Cueto Mar 21, 2018
Craft talk
Randal Avolio SEE International President & CEO Apr 11, 2018

Randal Avolio, President/CEO of SEE International, is an Executive Operations

Strategist who has achieved high levels of success by utilizing his operations

management expertise to transform multi-million-dollar medical enterprises from

underachieving organizations into state-of-the-art industry leaders.

Over a three-decade career working for several world-class medical facilities in senior

management positions, Randal has learned how to consistently exceed financial targets

while simultaneously creating long-term sustainability through implementation of

creative and effective operations management strategies. He believes that the most

enduring results come from assembling the right team of people, identifying operational

inefficiencies and creating company-wide commitment to a unified, collective vision

through consensus building, partnerships and mentoring.

Randal's extensive healthcare background has provided SEE with the opportunity to

explore new avenues of programmatic growth. When Randal joined SEE, it had been

struggling both organizationally and financially. Collaborating with SEE’s Board of

Directors, Randal developed a plan to stabilize and revive the organization through

strategic reinvestment in its future. Since then, SEE has not only regained its financial

security, but has also tripled its revenue and programmatic impact. Now Randal is

preparing to lead the organization to new heights.


Spring Fling at Westchester Senior Ctr. Apr 18, 2018
Cozette Vergari May 09, 2018
Paul Harris Fellow
Dark for Evening YP Meeting May 30, 2018