Posted by Diana Nestorova on Nov 23, 2020
We are excited to announce the selection and confirmation of Elliott Rittenberg, from the Rotary Club of Westborough, as our 2023-2024 District GovernorCongratulations Elliott! Together, we are going to elevate our great district to new heights!

Elliott has been a Rotarian since 2009, when he joined the Rotary Club of Sharon in District 7950. There, he served as club treasurer, president in 2013 – 2014, and then as treasurer of the club’s charitable foundation.

After moving in 2015 to Westborough, Elliott transferred to the Westborough club and became active on a number of committees, served as assistant treasurer, and as club president in 2019 – 2020.

This Rotary year, Elliott continues his service in the Westborough club as public image chair and participates on a number of other club committees. He also serves as an assistant district governor, is a Paul Harris Fellow, and a graduate of the Rotary Leadership Institute.

Outside of Rotary, Elliott serves as a board member of Westborough Connects, a grassroots organization focusing on diversity and inclusion. Professionally, he is co-owner of a manufacturer’s representative firm that distributes infrared thermal-imaging cameras to military and scientific clientele.

Elliott lives in Westborough with his wife, Reina Rego, and their two dogs. Together they share a combined total of five adult children living locally and in Tel Aviv, Washington, DC, and Denver.

(Elliott is shown, on far right, posing with fellow Westborough Rotarians at the site of a club community-service project.)
Elliott states:
"I am honored to have been selected to serve as District Governor for the Rotary year 2023-2024. To insure that we grow and thrive as an organization, we must continue to embrace changes in the structure and focus of our clubs. New club models, including satellite, passport and cause-based clubs, are essential to provide members with more options for service and fellowship.
"We need to continue our focus on Interact, Rotaract and youth programming, to create and nurture future Rotarians. And, we must engage with current issues and big questions, including environmental change, and diversity and inclusion, in order to be relevant and attractive to a new generation of prospective Rotarians.
"More than ever, the world needs our high ethical standards our commitment to Service Above Self. I look forward to working together on our journey ahead."
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