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Jim Sutfin, Millard Public Schools Superintendent
October 13, 2017
 

Dr. Jim Sutfin, a longtime Millard district administrator, was selected as Millard Public Schools Superintendent in April, 2014.  Millard is Nebraska's third largest school district, and Sutfin is the fourth superintendent in the last 61 years.  He began his career in education in 1989 as a science teacher, student council sponsor and assistant coach in football and track with Bellevue Public Schools.  In 1994 - 1995, he was honored as the Bellevue East Rotary Teacher of the year and Phi Delta Kappa Showcase Teacher.  Dr. Sutfin moved to Millard West High School in 1995 as an AP Biology teacher and continued to serve as student council sponsor and assistant track coach.  Dr. Sutfin went on to become science department head, then moved to Russell Middle School as Assistant Principal, and to five years Millard's Central Middle School as Principal.  After earning the Region II Principal of the Year Award in 2006, Dr. Sutfin went on to serve as Director, Executive Director and Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources in Millard Public Schools where he oversaw all aspects of Human Resources, District Activity, Staff Development and Student Services programs.  

Dr. Sutfin earned his doctorate in educational administration from the University of Nebraska at Omaha in 2002.  He is married to Julie Sutfin, also a career educator.  They have two children and make their home in Southwest Omaha.

Doug Zbylut, Nebraskans for the Arts
October 20, 2017
 

Doug Zbylut, executive director for Nebraskans for the Arts which is a grassroots organization dedicated to advocating for the arts to federal, state and local policymakers on the topic of arts education and promoting the arts and creative industries in Nebraska.  Doug has leadership experience spanning both the private industry and nonprofit arenas.  At Nebraskans for the Arts, he is responsible for overall agency operations, program management and development, lobbying, marketing, fundraising, special events, community relations, human resources, finances and board development.   Doug previously served as executive director of the Ronald McDonald House Charities in Omaha, deputy director at Omaha Children's Museum.  He has also served in the role of government relations at iSecuretrac, where he oversaw lobbying activities and monitored legislation and regulations related electronic monitoring at the federal and state level.  

Doug is a native Nebraskan and started his career in higher education working in grants offices at the University of Nebraska- Lincoln and Creighton University.  Doug received his B.A. in Political Science at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and a Master’s in Public Administration at the University of Nebraska at Omaha.

Our club offers fellowship, fun and opportunities for community service locally and globally.  We seek members who will be actively involved and are community-minded.  Our traditions include inviting prominent and interesting speakers to club meetings with the purpose of educating, informing and (sometimes) entertaining members regarding our community.  We also engage in many service projects that serve unmet needs locally and globally, and recognize those who do good, ranging from our police and firefighters to high school seniors graduating with high achievement. Club members have opportunities to network with each other, at weekly club meetings and social events at our member’s businesses, along with an annual golf outing, quarterly "beer tasting" meetings and various socials throughout the year.  Ultimately, through fellowship, fun, community service and networking, we aim to achieve Rotary's goals of "doing good for humanity".  and create long term relationships with other Rotarians by supporting the international exchange of students. 


 

Rotary is a worldwide organization of more than 1.2 million business, professional and community leaders.  Members of Rotary clubs provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in the world.  There are more than 34,000 Rotary clubs located in more than  212 countries and geographical areas.  Clubs are nonpolitical, nonreligious, and open to all cultures, races, and creeds. As signified by the motto Service Above Self, Rotary's main objective is service - in the community, in the workplace and throughout the world.

 
 
 
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