Club Presidents-Elect Committee Members

Club Presidents-elect who become club president on July 1.

 Abbott, Clinton S.
 Asbury, Brian
 Baker, Julie
 Ball, Annisha G
 Boss, Robert
 Bruce, Katherine
 Butterfield, John
 Campbell, Joshua
 Carney Triplett, Jennifer T.
 Christopher, Victor
 Comer, Samantha
 Davis, Dirk A.
 Davis, Michelle R
 Davis, Nathan W.
 Dicken, Jessica
 Downard, Thomas
 Edelblute, Laura
 Eikenberry, Jeff
 Elliott, Amanda
 Everett, Sheila
 Fabry, Rebecca L.
 Fair, Shana C.
 Fairchild, Lana
 Feibel, Lori Ann
 Filar, Rebecca
 Gibbs, Thomas
 Gillen, Herb
 Helber, Allan E
 Johnson, Michael L
 Kertes, Maureen
 Kocher, Robert
 Mazur, Rachel A.
 McCrady, Robert T.
 McMullin, Douglas Paul
 Melnick, Wade M.
 Miller, Catherine
 Molino, Scott
 Moog, Tony
 Morgan, Mark
 Mulholland, Edward E.
 Needham, George Michael
 North, Kim
 O'Meara, John R.
 Prince, Emily
 Quackenbush, Barbara
 Rose, Taylor Q
 Rothermel, Allen E
 Schoeff, Eric
 Shaver, Thomas E
 Shockley, Rebecca A
 Snyder, Leia N.
 Stack, AJ
 Stevenson, Rita M
 Taylor, Shawn
 Thaxton, Steven
 Townsend, Chamie R.
 Underwood, Kent
 Warhola, Kathy
 Roebuck, Catherine
Mark Maloney 
Rotary International President 2019-20
Birmingham, AL  USA
Mark Maloney
Rotary International President 2019-20
Birmingham, AL USA

Rotary’s Constitutional Documents

The Rotary International constitutional documents provide club and districts the foundation for RI’s policies and procedures.

  • Constitution of Rotary International (PDF)
  • Bylaws of Rotary International (PDF)
  • Standard Rotary Club Constitution (PDF) (Word)

All clubs admitted to Rotary membership must adopt this constitution.

  • Recommended Rotary Club Bylaws (PDF) (Word)

Clubs can tailor these bylaws, as long as their changes align with Rotary’s constitutional documents and the Rotary Code of Policies.


The 2016 Council on Legislation introduced many changes to the governing documents that will help clubs with their Attraction and Engagement activities. Please review this document for a list of key highlights.

The Manual of Procedure offers a concise version of Rotary’s policies and procedures. The manual is geared to Rotary club and district leaders and features information that’s most relevant to their roles. It is published every three years to reflect adopted legislation and decisions of the RI conventions, the Council on Legislation, the Rotary International Board of Directors, and the Trustees of The Rotary Foundation.

The manual covers these key areas:

  • Structure: Includes policies and procedures for clubs, districts, zones, Rotary International, and The Rotary Foundation.
  • Carrying out Rotary’s mission: Includes the structure, policies, and procedures of the programs of RI and the Foundation
  • International Meetings: Includes the RI Convention, Council on Legislation, and International Assembly
  • Rotary’s constitutional and legal documents