The new Rotary year is here and we’re excited to announce our new Board of Directors! We asked each BOD member to write a little bio and share their top 3 goals for the year. This is what they shared…

President – Stephen Mast

Hi everyone, I’m Stephen. I’ve been with the eClub for over 3 years and am now the current club president. I currently live and work in the Oregon Willamette Valley, but grew up along the Oregon coast. I graduated from Oregon State University with Finance and Business Management majors. For 4 years I was part of the Oregon State University Rotaract club and Interact before that in High School. 

Top 3 Goals for 2019-20 Year:
1. Each active member complete / participate in a minimum of 3 projects
2. Improve club membership by 50%
3. Have at least 3 club Rotaractors attend (physically or virtually) Rotary sponsored events like DTA and District Conference

Vice President/President Elect – Bola-Ige Alabi-Efeshodiamhe

My name is Bola-Ige. I’ve been with the University and community based clubs for over 5 years and have served as President twice on different occasions. I joined the eClub in 2017 and am now the current Vice President/ President-Elect. I currently live and work in Lagos, Nigeria, but grew up in Ososo kingdom in Edo State of Nigeria where I am a royal prince. I graduated with my first honor in Mass Communication from Osun State Polytechnic and presently pursuing second honors in Law/Legal studies at the University of Benin, Nigeria with Jurisprudence and International Law majors.

Top 3 Goals for 2019-20 Year:
1. Totally support all the President goals in my capacity and constitutional role as Vice President
2. Contribute strongly to increase in club project
3. Membership retention and development

Treasurer – Amanda McCracken

My name is Amanda and I’ve been with Rotaract No Borders eClub since the club started. I graduated from Southern Oregon University with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. For the last decade I have primarily worked in retail management, with a couple exceptions. Currently I am a Supply Chain Assistant for a company that makes fire resistant clothing for the military. I briefly joined a Rotaract club in college, but most of my exposure to Rotary has been through this club. In my spare time I enjoy camping, hiking, gardening and hanging out with friends in my front yard.

Top 3 Goals for 2019-20 Year:
1. Improve banking transparency 
2. Establish a platform for donations
3. Increase club participation in projects by 30%

Secretary – Sierra Mayer

My name is Sierra Mayer, and I was an active member of Sonoma State University Rotaract for 2 1/2 years. After moving away from my college club, I stayed active in the community as an AmeriCorps volunteer for a full service year. I believe fulfillment in life is found when serving others, and that the world starts to fall apart when we stop giving a helping hand to people. Currently I am the 2019-20 Secretary of the NoBorders Rotaract and a weekly volunteer at the Humane Society of Central Oregon.

Top 3 Goals for 2019-20 Year:
1. Find service projects to engage all
2. Form community in our club
3. Help make the world a better place

Member at Large – Stefan Stankovic

I am Stefan Stankovic from Serbia, MSc of Strategy, Law & Economics. I am currently working in agribusiness company as an international trade officer. I am a traveller, and I did my master studies in Greece and Svalbard (The northernmost populated place in Norway, and on Earth as well). I was a member of AIESEC, and now I am a member of ACCESS for Women in Energy, Greek Energy Forum, and Member at Large in Rotaract International. I love meeting different people from different countries, different cultures, of different backgrounds. I believe friends and acquaintances makes you rich.

Top 3 Goals for 2019-20 Year:
1. Increase membership
2. Attend Rotary International Convention
3. Increase the impacts of projects