Portland, June 13th. Rotary Club of Portland and Willamette University Atkinson Graduate School of Management joined forces to celebrate stand-out business leaders. Rotary Club of Portland President Dick Wingard, congratulated Jim Wildish (one of the four Award Recipients) who is pictured with Yvonne Wildish, and Julie Olson, Chair of the Oregon Ethics in Business Awards Event. The awards dinner at the Governor Hotel drew 360 people. (Photo Credit, Andie Petkus)
The event raised several thousand dollars earmarked for the Rotary Club of Portland’s Enterprise Academy Committee. For more than 30 years, the Rotary Club of Portland has provided the opportunity for high school students to explore the challenges and opportunities of our free enterprise system and the dynamics of the business world through Enterprise Academy. This innovative weekend retreat allows students to interact with successful business people and to participate in a highly informative and enjoyable team project.
About Rotary Club: With 33,000 clubs and 1.2 million members throughout the world, Rotary has an extensive network of volunteers working locally, regionally, and internationally under the motto “Service Above Self.”
To learn how to get involved with Rotary Club of Portland call 503 228 1542, or visit the website for more information www.rotarypdx.org .
From Willamette University Atkinson Graduate School of Management: The Atkinson Graduate School of Management is committed to providing world class management education to U.S. and international students in all stages of their careers. We help our graduates acquire life-long learning skills and become outstanding leaders and managers in business, government, and nonprofit organizations worldwide by offering an intimate learning and practice environment, an integrated, cross-sectoral approach to management education, and dedication to quality teaching, instructional development, basic and applied research, and exceptional, customized career services.