Speaker Date Topic
Zein Obagi - RB City Council District 4 Aug 04, 2021 12:00 PM
Council District #4 Update
Council District #4 Update
Alexis Sheehey Aug 11, 2021 12:00 PM
Rotary Foundation Update
Rotary Foundation Update

Dr. Alexis Sheehy is currently the president of the Rotary Club of Redondo Beach Community Foundation. She has been a Rotarian since 2003 and served the Redondo Beach Rotary Club as president in 2016-2017. She was an educator for thirty-eight years serving as an  English/history teacher and counselor at Redondo Union High School, Associate Principal at Palos Verdes Peninsula High School, and principal at West High School. She was the Deputy Superintendent of Burbank Unified School District when she retired in 2006.

Guity Javid - Rotary District Governor Aug 18, 2021
Guity Javid's experience spans to thirty-eight years in banking, investments, and structured finance.  Javid is the founder and President of Hutton Capital.   She was Senior Managing Director and co-founder of Spring Street Capital.   Prior to that she was a Senior Vice President and manager of the Western U.S. for Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein, Senior Vice President and Manager of Western U.S. Corporate Banking for Wells Fargo Bank/First Interstate Bank, Western Region Manager for CIT Business Credit, Managing Director at Chase Manhattan Bank and Vice President at Citicorp.  She is also a mediator with emphasis in business, bankruptcy, cross cultural, and diversity matters since 2006.  She graduated from University of California at Berkeley in Business Administration.
Guity has been a proponent of community service throughout her life. She is a member of Rancho Park Rotary Club since January 1991.  She served as the President and numerous other positions in her club and district 5280.  She has been nominated to serve as District Governor during Rotary year 2021-2022. She has served as Assistant Governor, District Disaster Relief Chair, Interact Advisor, Humanitarian Trip Co-Chair, District 5280 Charitable Foundation Board, and chartered a new club in district 5280. 

Guity has been an advocate for women causes; served as a mentor in Women Unlimited, a mentoring program for women managers.  She was an investor with an angel organization focused in women owned businesses. Javid co-chaired the first American Cancer Society's "Relay for Life" in Beverly Hills. She has also served on various not-for-profit boards.    

Krystal Puga - NEW/VE Launch Products Lead Aug 25, 2021
Update on the James Webb Space Telescope
Karen DeVoogd - Conflict Resolution Educator Sep 01, 2021
Domestic Harmonizer Program
Bill Brand - Mayor Sep 08, 2021
Update on the City of Redondo Beach
Nora Giralt Sep 15, 2021
Craft Talk
Paul Gross - Malibu Canyon Wealth Management Sep 22, 2021
Paul's Dad's Survival In Poland during the Halocaust
Joe Hoefgen - RB City Manager Sep 29, 2021
Review of his role as City Manager as he prepares to Retire
Review of his role as City Manager as he prepares to Retire

Mr. Hoefgen was appointed City Manager in January 2015 by the Mayor and City Council  following an open recruitment process.   Prior to becoming the Interim City Manager in April 2014, he was the Redondo Beach Community Services Director for approximately three years. 

He previously served as the City Manager of Palos Verdes Estates (2007-2011) and as Assistant City Manager of Del Mar (1992-2007).  His prior work experience includes the City of Encinitas and working for two cities in Texas – San Antonio and University Park.  Hoefgen has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Education from Emporia State University and a Master of Public Administration Degree from the University of Kansas.

Joe serves on the Board of the Redondo Beach Chamber of Commerce, the Redondo Beach Round Table, and has volunteered with a number of civic and non-profit organizations over the years. Joe is married to his wife, Audrey, and they have two adult children, Michelle and Michael.

Susan Hartley Oct 06, 2021
Global Grant - Venezuelan Refugees
Dr. Tanyss Munro - Co Founder and Exec. Director Oct 13, 2021
Amarok Society
Gem and his wife, Dr. Tanyss Munro, founded the Amarok Society in 1992 to support their efforts in providing education to First Nations children that were not being adequately served by the existing school system. 
The Munros then set their sights on improving the prospects of the poorest people in Bangladesh. 
Disregarding the perceived wisdom of many developmental assistance agencies they initially sought support from, Tanyss and Gem  determined that by teaching the mothers of young children they'd be reaching the segment most invested in their children's success.  
These women are required to take what they've learned and teach at least five children, thus empowering the most undervalued demographic of the region.  
The successes achieved by this program have had profound effects on how citizens in the area view education and their women.  
In addition, the people have been provided with a competing narrative to those professed  by fundamentalist extremists in their midst.
Those wishing to learn more about the Amarok Society or make a contribution can do so via their website, www.AmarokSociety.org.
Eli Guana Oct 20, 2021
Craft Talk
Craft Talk
Christian Horvath Nov 03, 2021
Redondo Beach Council District 3 Update
Jeanne Peters, RD Nov 10, 2021
Health and Wellness; Improving your Immunity
Health and Wellness; Improving your Immunity

Experienced Director Of Nutrition with a demonstrated history of working 35+ years in the health and wellness industry. Strong business development. Over 15 + years experience in Hormone/Metabolic Renewal for peri-menopausal/ post menopausal women and men in andropause. Nutrition for Athletes, weight management for teens to seniors. Specialty blood, saliva, genetics, stool and cognitive testing and assessments to determine the root cause of your symptoms and establish a personalized plan of action.

Conrad Siegel Nov 17, 2021
Craft Talk - Investing with a stock club
Chris Cromero Dec 01, 2021
The Outreach Program
Ellen Schechtman Dec 08, 2021
Craft Talk - Arbitration