The Conference provided an excellent opportunity for networking. Now I have friends and colleagues in New York whom I can contact in regards to the many topics that were dealt with during these three days. The Conference reception on the UN Secretariat terrace, probably one of the prettiest places in Manhattan, was a great venue for networking, for making new friends. Everyone was so polite and friendly. I met more Rotarians than ever before: from our Chicago HQ and from New York.
I have many follow-up ideas for Rotary Club de Chile and have been explaining to my colleagues that we must attend the 66th DPI/NGO Conference and start planning a Rotary workshop. We will invite our Latin-American friends, Rotary presidents, governors and members. We will invite Rotarians from the USA and worldwide.
NGO/DPI Executive Committee Regional Coordinator in Chile
Rotary International de Santiago
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