Posted by Laura Spear on Oct 01, 2020

Here is our  latest Rotary Zone 32 Public Image update.



  • The Brand Center (or from My Rotary) continues to add assets and support materials. You can find social-media guidelines, images, new Areas of Focus banners, and even Rotary backgrounds for virtual Zoom meetings.
  • You can download the new PowerPoint template for your presentations and training sessions from the Brand Center. It includes step-by-step instructions for customizing the slides with your own text, charts, images, and club logos. All of the colors and layout options follow Rotary’s visual identity. The instructions also link to Rotary resources, such as official logos, photos, videos, and brand guidelines.
  • World Polio Day is October 24. Let’s take action to help end polio for good. Download resources toolkit to help you host a virtual event for your community, share information over social media, contact your local media, and more. Don’t forget to register your event on  It’s also a great opportunity to reiterate that the World Health Organization’s African region was officially certified free of wild poliovirus.
  • For online training courses, visit Rotary’s Learning Center. In addition to several Public Image courses, you can take training on leadership, facilitation, and change management – all important aspects of creating an effective public image.
  • For information and ideas on virtual meetings and other engagement, visit the Meeting Online topic in the Learning Center.
  • Recordings of the Rotary Virtual Convention 2020 breakout sessions and other resources are available in the Learning Center through May 2021. Check out The Rotary Brand and A Photo is Worth 1000 Words sessions, in particular.
  • Need the People of Action guidelines for creating your club’s stories, club website, and general look and feel? They are all available on Brand Center - your place to go for public-image resources.

Note: You must login using your Rotary membership credentials to access the Learning Center, Brand Center, and My Rotary.

For more information, Laura Spear, assistant Rotary public-image coordinator for Zone 32 and chair of the Public Image Committee for District 7910, at

To send us your club storyclick here. For comments, questions or technical issues about using this online form, contact us at