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Public Image General Information

District Public Image Chair for 2023-24 
We have a great membership/public image team and I’m sure you will all enjoy what everyone contributes and we invite you to message any one of us if you have something you would like to draw to our attention to share.
We’d like to take this opportunity to introduce you to the District 9510 Public Image team to enable you to put names to faces and also provide an idea of how we can help you. The team can provide guidance with all the areas which support your clubs’ public image - from questions about websites, social media, branding correctly, promotional products, content creation, through to event and project promotion.

Our focus is on building partnerships, utilising the strengths and skills of members across the district, creating partnerships, and most importantly strengthening the reach and visibility of Rotary in our community. If you need guidance or support and are not sure if we can help you, please reach out anyway and ask the question. If not us, then we can certainly connect you with the right person.

Those of you who already doing great things then please get in contact with us as we want to hear what you are doing. Let’s showcase Rotary Clubs who are doing great things – because the more ideas we can share, then the greater we can make the Rotary experience for everyone.
Contact Julie for all of your Public Image queries.
Phone  0416 730 678
Team Members
John Hendrickson
John graduated from the University of Adelaide in 1971 with a Science degree (Nuclear Physics) but he had discovered business and marketing (by accident, at the Myponga music festival) and wanted to learn more about that; so he put on a Shell uniform and ran a service station on the Port Road in Thebarton, South Australia. This led to a 21-year career in various marketing management roles with Shell International in Australia, London and Europe, followed by another 21 years as a self-employed management consultant and marketing educator; retiring in 2013.
In 1989, when he had brought his family back home to Adelaide and taken up the job of Shell Marketing Manager, SA & NT, he discovered philanthropy and joined the Rotary Club of Adelaide.
John welcomes the opportunity to join the District Public Image Team and help individual clubs to address Rotary International’s brand awareness problem.
If you are looking for practical advice or hands on help on any issue related to Rotary logos and branding, just contact the Logo Help line publicimage@rotary9510.org 
Jeff Neale
Welcome to I
PDG Jeff Neale –  (2021 - 2022 DG) – to the PI team, Jeff owns Paradise Mazda and has kindly donated the BT50 Rotary is Fun ute to Showcase Rotary to the community and IPDG will be a great asset in the PI team and we appreciate his kind generosity of the ute and Jeff is keen to be involved.

Jeff’s Rotary involvement started over fifty years ago, attending “Family Meetings” at the Rotary Club of Campbelltown with his parents Reg and Shirley. Reg is a charter member of the Campbelltown Club. Jeff is a member of Rotary Club of Campbelltown.
Jeff is the Dealer Principal of Paradise Motors Mazda, a family business started by his father Reg in 1956. Originally a motor repair shop and then a VW franchise before taking on Mazda in 1978. It is in that year that Jeff joined the business as an apprentice motor mechanic, working through all departments at Paradise Motors. Jeff has been invited to participate on several Mazda advisory groups and is a representative on the National Dealer Council.
David Fenton
Welcome to David Fenton – (20-22 District Secretary) to the PI team, David is managing the bookings for the Rotary Fun Ute for clubs – Thank you for joining the team David, we know you’ll do a great job. 

If you would like to know info on how to book the ute please look it up on the District Website under the Club Resources tab and then select Public Image Resources and you will see Rotary Showcase Ute Guidelines and calendar.  If you would like to see if the ute is available for an event that you have coming up please send your emails into the publicimage@Rotary9510.org .

Please be patient as we are a large district and where some dates clash the final decision will be made by DG and PI Chair as to best promotion opportunity for the ute in the community.  Fuel cost for the ute will be the club’s responsibility who have booked it.

Duan Kereru
Duan has been a member of The Rotary Club of Adelaide since 2019. His venture into Rotary started with The Salvation Army where he currently works in the PR Office as the Relationship Manager Community Fundraising for South Australia.
His passion for people and helping others continues to be a part of his Rotary journey.
Duan is currently an active committee member with the Science and Engineering Challenge and Chairs the Club Communications Committee. Duan also contributes to the clubs Social Media platforms and is also one of the club’s photographers.
It has been a huge privilege for Duan to be invited to contribute to the Districts Public Image.
He is passionate about empowering others to engage, connect and share the enriching stories that Rotary has to offer in our local communities.

 Hadi Jafari
I am an afghan refugee and student at Thebarton Senior College and came to Australia one year ago. In year 202, I worked hard and as a result of this I become President of the Rotaract Club at Thebarton Senior College. Through this global program we provide a lot of opportunities for students like, leadership skills, how to write a resume, we celebrated several events by Rotaract.
In future I would like to become a political person and help people in the community.
Hadi will work with the PI team in a Social Media area particularly with 'Instagram'.