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San Diego Rotary 33 Comeback Committee

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In the summer of 2020 - mid pandemic - Michael Brunker organized the the San Diego Rotary Club 33 Comeback Committee.

Turning Setbacks into Comebacks Committee uses the San Diego Rotary Club's public platform to pursue a mission of empowering and encouraging club members to rise above their circumstances and maximize their potential.

Activities include support group sessions for Rotary and Rotaract Club Members facing the effects of COVID-19 on careers, on hiring, and on human resources along with individual “I’m In Your Corner” Rotary Club Coaches for all seeking support.

Rotary started with the vision of one man — Paul Harris. The Chicago attorney formed the Rotary Club of Chicago on 23 February 1905, so professionals with diverse backgrounds could exchange ideas and form meaningful, lifelong friendships. There has never been a greater time than now for San Diego Rotary Club members to support one another in order to maintain it’s long track record of addressing challenges in our communities and around the world.

Based on the feedback received, here are the position descriptions:
  • COACH: Will look for you to stand in the corner from start to finish - and beyond for all looking to turn their setback into a set-up for a comeback.  Time Commitment: HIGH
  • COMEBACK:  Those looking to turn their setback into a set-up for a comeback.  Time Commitment: HIGH
  • SUPPORT: Openers.  Closers.  And everything in between.  Will serve as the first point of contact for the Comebacks.  Will provide individual and group sessions based on the assets listed in their survey response.