Speaker Date Topic
Reese Halter Apr 20, 2018
Bees, Trees & Seas

Dr. Reese Halter's passion for the environment is lifelong. He is a powerful voice for bees, trees, seas, Nature's wellness science and saving Nature now.  Dr. Halter is a distinguished conservation biologist, an award-winning broadcaster and prolific writer.

Sophal Ear Apr 27, 2018

Previously, he taught political economy and how to rebuild countries after wars at the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School and international development policy at the Maxwell School of Syracuse University. He consulted for the World Bank, was Assistant Resident Representative for the United Nations Development Programme in East Timor, and Advisor to Cambodia’s first private equity fund Leopard Capital. A TED Fellow, Fulbright Specialist, Delphi Fellow of BigThink, Term Member of the Council on Foreign Relations, Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum, and Fellow of Salzburg Global Seminar, he is on the boards of the Nathan Cummings Foundation, Partners for Development, the Southeast Asia Resource Action Center, the Southeast Asia Development Program, Diagnostic Microbiology Development Program, the Journal of International Relations and Development( Palgrave), the International Public Management Journal (Taylor & Francis), the Journal of South-East Asian American Education & Advancement (University of Texas), and Politics and the Life Sciences (Allen Press). He advises the Faculty of Development Studies at the Royal University of Phnom Penh and is a Councilor for the Cambodian Center for Human Rights. He is the author of Aid Dependence in Cambodia: How Foreign Assistance Undermines Democracy (Columbia University Press, 2013) and co-author of The Hungry Dragon: How China’s Resources Quest is Reshaping the World (Routledge, 2013). He wrote and narrated the award-winning documentary film “The End/Beginning: Cambodia” (47 minutes, 2011, news blurb) based on his 2009 TED Talk and has appeared in several other documentaries. A graduate of Princeton and Berkeley, he moved to the United States from France as a Cambodian refugee at the age of 10.

Jewel Price and Zainul Abedin May 04, 2018
Rotary Humanitarian Trip
Club Member May 11, 2018
Craft Talk
Hanna Oh May 18, 2018
Global Initiatives Alliance
Field of Honor May 25, 2018
Forest Lawn
Les Vincent Jun 01, 2018
Why your blood donation matters.

 What Shire LA does with Red Cross donations, the products we manufacture and the diseases we treat.

Peggy Smith Jun 08, 2018
Craft Talk
Steve Zurn Jun 15, 2018
Glendale Water and Power
Lisa Raggio, Executive Director, Wellness Works Jun 22, 2018
Veterans Coalition of Glendale and the Verdugos
Meeting moved to Demotion Party Jun 29, 2018
Peggy Smith Jul 13, 2018
Club Assembly