Public Image Seminar Information
This seminar will guide you to build and sustain the Public Image of your Club and Rotary.  Presented by 2 of Rotary's Image Coordinators:
 
Sean Hogan
Rotary Image Coordinator
Zone 24
 
Michelle O'Brien
Assistant Rotary Image Coordinator
Zone 24
Sean has been active at the club, District and International level of Rotary, including serving as District Governor in 2012·13 (the year of Peace Through Service).  His much classier Governor classmate in District 5040 was Rebecca MacPherson.
 
On June 30, 2013, Sean ended his term as District Governor and become President-Elect of North Delta Rotary to take the lessons learned during his Governor training and apply them at the club level - with an emphasis on engaging and energizing club members.
 
In 2015 Sean was appointed to follow Penny Offer as the Rotary Public Information Coordinator for Western Canada, northern Washington State, Alaska and eastern Russia. Yes, Sean was asked to be Rotary's PR Guy for Siberia.
 
Sean has no PR experience but did organize the way cool Rotary Flash Mob To End Polio Now in Van­couver in June 2013.  Rotary apparently figured he was worth appointing to a PR job with no salary.
 
Sean is a lawyer, but people like him anyway. Mostly.
 
Michelle O'Brien joined Rotary at the age of 28, as a member of Sunrise Rotary in Watertown, New York. In 1999, she moved to Tallahassee, Florida, and become a member of the Tallahassee Northside Rotary Club.
 
In 2009, she moved to Ketchikan, Alaska, and joined First City Rotary, where she served as President in 2012-2013.
 
Michelle is a graduate of the District 5010 leadership Academy, and also served as a Pacific NW PETS Instructor in both Public Image and Social Me­dia for two years. She is currently the Assistant Rotary Public Image Coordinator for Zone 24 West, as well as serving on the Rotary International Communica­tions Committee.
 
Currently, Michelle is the host and producer at KPU TV in Ketchikan, and her production team was awarded the 2014 & 2016 Alliance for Community Media's National Award for Overall Excellence in local Television Programming. This is in addition to multiple Emmys and other national awards for local television.