Today we introduce to you Ashraf Adly.
Q1: How did you become part of the Rotarian family?
A: My journey started in 2013 through Rotaract Club of Dokki-Garden City, in which I had the honor to be its president. after that I served as co-founder president of Rotaract Al Shorouk starting from 2015. in 2017 I was one of the founding members of Rotary e-club of Global Peace and Leadership.
Q2: Tell us about your first experience with Rotaract Global Model United Nations!
A: CWMUN in New York, 2016 as a delegate in UNHCR committee, an amazing experience that put me on the pathway to explore how we can deliver youth voice to international diplomatic platforms. as well, this was the first step towards meeting the the team that afterwards became the founders of our e-club.
Q3: What is your reason for volunteering?
A: Volunteering offers vital help to people in need, worthwhile causes, and the community, but the benefits can be even greater for oneself, the volunteer. Volunteering and helping others can keep you mentally stimulated, and provide a sense of purpose.
Q4: What impact does Rotary or Rotaract have on you?
A: Changed my personality to be more positive on the social level , and gave me a wider exposure to the international community.
Q5: Tell us a quote that inspires you!
A: “Don’t tell me the sky’s the limit when there are footprints on the moon.”
Every week we will highlight one of our members, tell you their stories of how they got started with Rotary, what motivate them and more, so you can get to know them in person.
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