Barry Rassin
The Selection Of The Nominating Committee For President Of Rotary International In 2014-2015

Barry Rassin, of the Rotary Club of East Nassau, New Providence, Bahamas, is the determination of the Nominating Committee for President of Rotary International for 2018-19. He will be proclaimed the president-elect on 1 September if no difficult applicants have been proposed.

As president, Rassin means to fortify our open picture and our utilization of advanced devices to augment Rotary's scope.

"The individuals who realize what great Rotary clubs would will like to be a piece of it, and we should discover new models for enrollment that permit all keen on our central goal to take an interest," he says. "With Rotary more in general society eye, we will draw in more people who need to be a piece of and bolster an enrollment association that achieves such a great amount of good around the globe."

Rassin earned a MBA in wellbeing and clinic organization from the University of Florida and is the primary individual of the American College of Healthcare Executives in the Bahamas. He as of late resigned following 37 years as leader of Doctors Hospital Health System, where he keeps on filling in as a counsel. He is a lifetime individual from the American Hospital Association and has served on a few loads up, including the Quality Council of the Bahamas, Health Education Council, and Employer's Confederation.

A Rotarian since 1980, Rassin has served Rotary as executive and is bad habit seat of The Rotary Foundation Board of Trustees. He was a RI preparing pioneer and the helper to 2015-16 RI President K.R. Ravindran. Rassin got Rotary's most astounding honor, the Service Above Self Award, and additionally other compassionate honors for his work driving Rotary's aid projects in Haiti after the 2010 seismic tremor there. He and his better half, Esther, are Major Donors and Benefactors of The Rotary Foundation.

Rassin’s nomination follows Sam F. Owori’s death in July, just two weeks into his term as Rotary International president-elect.

The individuals from the 2017-18 Nominating Committee for President of Rotary International are Anne L. Matthews (seat), Rotary Club of Columbia East, South Carolina, USA; Ann-Britt Åsebol, Rotary Club of Falun-Kopparvågen, Sweden; Örsçelik Balkan, Rotary Club of Istanbul-Karaköy, Turkey; James Anthony Black, Rotary Club of Dunoon, Argyll, Scotland; John T. Blount, Rotary Club of Sebastopol, California, USA; Frank N. Goldberg, Rotary Club of Omaha-Suburban, Nebraska, USA; Antonio Hallage, Rotary Club of Curitiba-Leste, Paraná, Brazil; Jackson S.L. Hsieh, Rotary Club of Taipei Sunrise, Taiwan; Holger Knaack, Rotary Club of Herzogtum Lauenburg-Mölln, Germany; Masahiro Kuroda, Rotary Club of Hachinohe South, Aomori, Japan; Larry A. Lunsford, Rotary Club of Kansas City-Plaza, Missouri, USA; P.T. Prabhakar, Rotary Club of Madras Central, Tamil Nadu, India; M.K. Panduranga Setty, Rotary Club of Bangalore, Karnataka, India; Andy Smallwood, Rotary Club of Gulfway-Hobby Airport (Houston), Texas, USA; Norbert Turco, Rotary Club of Ajaccio, Corse, France; Yoshimasa Watanabe, Rotary Club of Kojima, Okayama, Japan; and Sangkoo Yun, Rotary Club of Sae Hanyang, Seoul, Korea.

To learn more about Barry Rassin, read this interview and vision statement outlining his goals for Rotary.