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Members of Taiwan Friendship Exchange with our Club President.
Rotary Celebrating Women
  In 1989, it was voted to allow women to join Rotary clubs worldwide. In a years time, more than 20,000 women joined Rotary, with the number skyrocketing to nearly 200,000 by 2010.
  Today, Humble Rotary is comprised of 27% women members, and has had 4 women presidents in our nearly 51 year history. Humble Rotary is proud to honor the achievements and accomplishments of women around the world not only on International Women’s Day, but everyday.
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Our Global Scholar: Rebecca Young Du
Outbound Global Grant Scholar, 2018-2019 Rebecca Young Du
  Rebecca Du was awarded a Rotary Global Grant Scholarship in the focus area of “Disease Prevention and Treatment” by District 5890. She is sponsored by the Rotary Club of Humble. She is currently a third year medical student at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, TX and will be taking a leave of absence to pursue a Master’s in Public Policy through Cambridge University in the United Kingdom.
  Rebecca graduated Summa Cum Laude in 2015 from Emory University in Atlanta, GA, where she majored in Anthropology and Human Biology and minored in Economics. Both at Emory and in medical school, Rebecca has dedicated her academic and extra-curricular pursuits to understanding social determinants of health. At Emory, she served as a Pipeline Mentor and as the Executive Director of Volunteer Emory, and in medical school, she conducts research concerning the paradigm of health, conflict, and poverty.
  During her grant year, Rebecca will be studying public policy at Cambridge University and looks forward in particular to the work placement component of the curriculum. During this time, she will have the opportunity to gain firsthand experience in the field of international health policy by working at an organization, such as the World Health Organization. Through her research regarding the impacts of conflict on health and healthcare access in low income countries, Rebecca has seen the need for increased efforts to address the disparity in health between countries with and without conflict. The Master’s in Public Policy will increase Rebecca’s understanding of this issue and equip her with the skillset to address it in her work as a physician and global health researcher.
  Rebecca is very excited to become a part of the Rotary community and to uphold Rotary’s principles of service and international cooperation as a Global Grant Scholar. She would humbly like to thank the Rotary Club of Humble and the Rotary Foundation for their support and generosity. Rebecca’s ability to pursue study at Cambridge would not be possible without the incredible members of the Rotary community, and she plans to serve Rotary’s generosity forward as an ambassador for Rotary throughout her time at Cambridge and beyond.
3 things you can do this week to help make it a success:
l.  Auction items – we need donations of: airline miles, vacation packages, gift cards and/or gift certificates.   NO more donations of liquor J
2.  Sell your raffle tickets.  Remember each $100 ticket has a built-in value of $144 that includes golf for 4 and 2 meal tickets.  PLUS 10 changes to win $250.00 gift card and a new car/truck
3.  Sell your ‘meal’ tickets.  $12.00 gets them delicious catfish dinner.   If you were not at the Social Monday, Eric and Deborah Rose have tickets available.  Let us know at the lunch on Wednesday.
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