Austin University Area
United States of America
On Monday, June 1 at 6:30 PM, we will hold an online-only club meeting.  Our speaker will be Sally Finn presenting on Rotary’s Guatemala Literacy Project. 
The Guatemala Literacy Project (GLP) is one of the largest grassroots, multi-club, multi-district projects in Rotary. More than 600 clubs and 80 districts have been working together since 1997 to improve education for underserved students in Guatemala. In that time, nearly 225,500 students have been served through four sustainable programs that are tested and proven to work. In 2017, RI President Ian Riseley called the GLP “the gold standard of Rotary projects” for its sustainability and impact.
Our meetings are now online using WebEx.
If you have not used WebEx before, see the instructions under WebEx and SET UP below.
About Sally Finn
Sally recently retired from a 40+ year career in the financial, estate planning, and development field.  She and her husband moved last January from their life-long home in Ohio to Houston, Texas to be near grandchildren. For many years, Sally delivered charitable giving presentations to many different charitable agencies in Cincinnati. Her private practice in Philanthropic Planning led her to take a planned giving position with Xavier University and then with the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden. She also coached private clients regarding their charitable wealth. In addition, Sally moderated a national virtual study group for the American College’s Chartered Advisor in Philanthropy (CAP®) designation.  She is a past president of the International Association of Advisors in Philanthropy and a former recipient of the Fithian Leadership Award from that organization. Sally joined the downtown Cincinnati Rotary Club in 2018.

About Rotary Club of Austin University Area:
Rotary is a global network of 1.2 million neighbors, friends, leaders, and problem-solvers who see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change – across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves. The Rotary Club of Austin University Area has a special focus on education - thru providing books, tutoring and scholarships for those kids who need a helping hand. You can find out more about us at https://austinuniversityrotary.org/

WebEx Information
CONNECT via WebEx - Computer, Tablet, Smart Phone
We will have some tech support available on the meeting chat.
You can connect this way if you just want to talk and hear, but not be seen.  This is also an option if you are having difficulties with the audio connection on your computer - you can connect to the video via the Internet, and connect to the audio by dialing in on your phone.
Dial the number below and then enter the access code.
United States Toll: +1-408-418-9388 
Access code:  625 311 894 and press ‘#'
Web Meetings (or web conferences) differ from watching videos on line (YouTube, Facebook Live, Netflix, etc.) because our club members can interact and participate in the meeting.  Thru the use of your camera and microphone on your desktop or smart device, people in the web meeting can see you (if you allow) via the camera on your desktop or smart device, and you can speak up in the meeting via the microphone on your desktop or smart device.   
Our meetings will be conducted with WebEx.  WebEx is free, and runs on desktops, laptops, tablets and smart phones.  You can also dial in on an old school phone or cell phone if you just want to listen in on the meeting (and talk.)
We recommend installing the app on your computer, tablet or smart phone BEFORE the meeting.
You can install the app by visiting https://www.webex.com/downloads.html/ and following the instructions.
You can learn about joining a WebEx Meeting here:  
You can join a test WebEx meeting, and install the apps, here: