Catalina Rotary Club Member Bio
Health Care Consulting
My Rotary Story
Watching a small group of incoming District Governors solve an access to food challenge in the Philippines during a breakout session at the Rotary International Assembly – then using that same solution years later in Guatemala. A handful of Rotarians can “change the world!” Ask me what we did!
Pamela Snite Kerr
Place of Birth/Hometown
How long in Tucson
Son-Mathias Kerr, his wife Chelsea Wagenblast Kerr and their son, Bradley, in Lake Forest, IL
Daughter-in-Law-Lindsay Kerr and daughter Audrey Vivian (Avi) in Eugene, Oregon
Major Career Milestones
1) Designed and implemented the Health/Environment Management System for Amoco in the mid-1970’s, and then sold the computer system to major corporations through Amoco Computer Services.
2) Six-month-old son, Drew Kerr (Andrew D. Kerr, Jr), the Evenflo Baby of 1978-79, and I toured the United States appearing on live morning TV shows to discuss professional women breastfeeding. This was a “big deal” in the late 1970s!
3) Member of the Association of Junior Leagues, International for forty-five years. President of the Morristown, NJ League, Regional Trainer, 1989-1990, and member of the International Board of Directors,1991-1993.
When joined Catalina Rotary
2016 / Sponsored by Al & Sharyn Chesser
Joined Rotary in 1997 in Wilmette, IL
President of Wilmette Harbor Rotary Club 2003-2004
Assistant Governor 2005-2006
District 6440 Governor 2008-2009 (70 clubs in Northeast Illinois)
Chair of District 6440 HealthRays Project 2011-2019, bringing digital x-ray capability to the remote public health clinics in Guatemala
Southwest PETS trainer 2022
Awarded the Rotary Service Above Self award in 2016-2017 by RI President John Germ
To date, has attended eight Rotary International Conventions and was a presenter in Toronto
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