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This Week's Speaker
Claire Gordon, President, Rotaract Club of Atlanta

Join us this Friday on Zoom for an update on the Rotaract Club of Atlanta from Club President Claire Gordon. You can join at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86202979419.

Claire was born in South Africa, but considers herself a Dunwoody native.

Claire has been attending Rotary events since age three; she is the daughter of Rotarian David and Judy Gordon who have been part of our Dunwoody Family of Rotary for many years. In addition to many Dunwoody Rotary service projects (including the picture of the Gordon family at a Dunwoody Nature Center clean up day), Claire's Rotary career includes serving as:

  • Past Dunwoody High School Interact President and RYLA attendee - sponsored by the Dunwoody Rotary
  • Past Vice President of UGA’s Rotaract
  • Current President of the Rotaract Club of Atlanta (chartered in 2012 with Dunwoody as its sponsor)
  • Incoming Membership Chair of Atlanta Metro Rotary, where she is a Charter Member

Claire graduated from Dunwoody High School and UGA. She completed her degree from the Terry College of Business with her degree in Management with Minors in Spanish and Anthropology with certificates in Legal, Leadership, and International Studies. She also studied at Oxford University in England, in Costa Rica and in Innsbruck, Austria.

After UGA, Claire started with BB&T (now Truist) in their Leadership Development Program. She was promoted to Assistant Vice President then placed in Atlanta as a Commercial Banker working with businesses $5 Million to $75 Million in revenue.

Claire recently won Gwinnett Chamber’s On the Rise Moxie Award and loves to stay involved in the community. Her Community Service positions include Director of Membership Services for the Peachtree Corners Business Association, Gwinnett Chamber Young Professionals Board Member, Truist’s Capabilities Action Network, and Truist’s Military and Veterans Board. Her favorite? Being Rotaract President!

Posted by Jackie Cuthbert
February 10, 2021

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