Because February is Rotary Month on Peace and Conflict Prevention/Resolution, the focus of District Governor Diana Nestorova's monthly Open Doors session was "Resilience in Our Time: Thriving versus Surviving." We heard from Nabil Oudeh, one of the best presenters in Rotary on conflict resolution. He's from Ottawa, Canada, and is a past district governor of District 7040 as well as a Rotary International training facilitator. 
To watcFebruary's entire 83-minute Open Doors With DG Diana, click here.
Nabil is a frequent speaker and presenter at Rotary conferences, District Training Assemblies, Regional President-Elect Trainings, Rotary Youth Leadership Awards, and Rotaract Conferences.
He has held a variety of leadership positions at all levels in Rotary, including president of the Rotary Club of Ottawa, general chair of Rotary Zones 28-32's Zones Institutes, Rotary International Training leader for two terms, and Rotary International's president’s representative, along with many other positions.
Nabil presented Resilience and Peace: Conflict Prevention in Times of Crisis. This session was free - and open to both Rotarians and non-Rotarians.
To watch February's entire 83-minute Open Doors With DG Diana, click here.
To download the session's minutes, on PDF format, click here.
For more information, contact event Coordinator Bob Wicks, of the Rotary Club of the Brookfieldsat