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Thu, Feb 04


Rotarians Against Racism: A Conversation with Nadine Pemberton

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Rotarians Against Racism: A Conversation with Nadine Pemberton
Rotarians Against Racism: A Conversation with Nadine Pemberton

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Feb 04, 2021, 6:30 PM PST

About the event

The Rotary Club of Peninsula Starlight welcomes Nadine Pemberton as part of our speaker series on Thursday, February 4th, at 6:30 pm, (Pacific Standard Time). This event will be conducted via Zoom, and we welcome guests and Rotarians from other clubs to join us for this special event. This event will be moderated by Brian Rusch and co-sponsored by the Rotary Club for Global Action. PLEASE NOTE: This meeting will be conducted via Zoom. In order to attend you must register in advance:

Nadine Pemberton is a coach, lawyer and diversity and inclusion educator, who lives in Sheffield, England. Nadine has extensive experience in front line, senior and executive leadership roles spanning regulatory, criminal law and civil law fields across the UK government. Throughout her career Nadine has specialized in strategic organizational development, team change and transformation; and has a well-established and proven commitment to equity and inclusion in all areas of her work. Nadine recently founded Pemberton+ Coaching and Consulting, where she works internationally as a change consultant, helping people, teams and organizations on the cusp of change gain the freedom they need to flourish.

Nadine has been a Rotarian for eight years and is currently an Assistant Governor in District 1220 (East Midlands & South Yorkshire). She is formerly an assistant governor for Rotary in London and Past President of Westminster International Rotary Club. Nadine is a member of Rotary International's Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Task Force, and also founded Rotarians against Racism - a global community of Rotary family, friends and supporters, all committed to being a voice for peace and to taking action in the fight against racism.

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