Rotary Leadership Institute

... offering leadership and Rotary education training for Rotarians!



The Rotary Leadership Institute is a development program using facilitation in small groups to engage Rotarians and strengthen clubs through quality leadership education.

RLI’s Part 1 is a great start for new Rotarians, as well as a good summary for experienced ones. It would be great if everyone “new” to Rotary attend at least Part 1.

Parts 2 and 3 build on the foundation – completing all three parts is a great idea for incoming club presidents and board members. It builds action and sustainability in your local club!

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all in person classes are suspended until further notice. District 5910 has partnered with The Lone Star Division RLI and will participate with their schedule of on-line courses. The one day courses are now offered in 2 hour sessions in the comfort of your own home.

Cindy Cherry from the Rotary Club of Beaumont, Sally Andrews and Tim Andrews from the Rotary Club of Vidor all graduated having completed sessions one, two and three in October.

Trained facilitators from our District are DGE Jerry Springfield from the Rotary Club of Woodville, DGN Demetress Harrell from the Rotary Club of Angelina, Amy Killgore and Ava Sloan from the Rotary Club of League City.

Participating in sessions one or two were Leon Willhite from Palestine, Jan Ricketts from the Woodlands, PDG Betsy Robinson, Jane McFaddin and Teresa Vencil from League City, Ruth Shuler from Galveston, Rebekah Maxwell and Deborah Drago from Beaumont, Meg Brown from Bridge City, and Dave Thompson from Huntsville.

To find upcoming RLI classes, visit the District 5910’s web site. If you have questions please contact Ava Sloan or 832-315-0502.