Arush Lal is our new Scholar

Our scholar Arush Lal, with President John Armstrong at the 2018 London District Conference in Bournemouth on 19th October.

Our new scholar Arush Lal, sponsored by Atlanta RC, with President John Armstrong at the 2018 London District Conference in Bournemouth on 19th October.

Arush has strong experience in global health policy, with a focus on health technology and innovation, new education and training models, global health security, and health systems strengthening. He most recently completed a Global Health Corps fellowship with IntraHealth International/Frontline Health Workers Coalition in Washington, DC focusing on access to primary health care and universal health coverage.

Arush graduated from Georgia Tech as a Stamps President’s Scholar and has since worked closely with U.S. government officials and Congress, foreign ministries, multilateral organizations, civil society, and the private sector across several countries. A vocal advocate for youth in global health, Arush has been selected as a PHC Young Leader, Emerging Voices for Global Health Fellow, and Gates Foundation Goalkeeper.  He has also spoken at the 71st World Health Assembly, the Consortium for Universities in Global Health, and the UN Youth Dialogue.

He is currently pursuing an MSc in Health Policy, Planning, and Financing at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and the London School of Economics as a Rotary Global Scholar.

We wish Arush well in his studies and look forward to his visits to our Club

A Visit of Suresh Dean of Claude Littner Business School 

At a fun gathering we had the pleasure of the Suresh Dean of Claude Littner Business School the University of West London Business school, an ambassador’s child having grown up across the world he is very interested in global education as well as working with charitable education in Sri Lanka

Suresh has an extensive finance background however now dedicates himself to the UWL and  is very active providing practical enagements for his students with London business

We hoping to talking more to Suresh and other friends at the UWL for future collaboration and projects

We meet most Tuesdays at 6.30 at the Polish centre restaurant, speakers and visitors welcome.

Meeting with the Students from Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School

Rotary likes to encourage community connections and discuss options for helping
the community with youth and schools. However despite the media’s bad press
on the youth and millenniums they are often an inspiration and encouragement
to us . That includes our recent visitors from Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School
who are all active in in the community and responded tremendously to the tragic Grenfell Tower fire.

We meet most Tuesdays at 6.30 at the Polish centre restaurant, speakers and visitors welcome.


A Celebration of Achievement

We like to work closely with local clubs and individuals but some time we have the opportunity to gift to a number of worth organisations.
Such was the case with the members formerly of Hammersmith managed to collect and give over £2000 to a number of organisations.