Ed Futa

Ed Futa is the former General Secretary of Rotary International; Dean of the Rotary International Global Network to The United Nations and other related International Organizations.
Ed comes from Honolulu, Hawaii, where he was president of an international marketing consulting firm. He has served on the Board of Governors of the YMCA and as a mediator in the Neighborhood Justice Center of Honolulu. While in Hawaii, Ed was a member of the Bishop's Advisory Council of the Dioceses of Honolulu. He is a keynote speaker at many Rotary International events including club and district conferences and international assemblies and conventions.

Brianna Scott

Brianna Scott is an Attorney-at-Law, former prosecuting attorney with Muskegon County, and is Past President of Muskegon Rotary. In 2013 Brianna was named a Finalist for the Lakeshore Athena Award. She serves on the board for Access Health; serves on Panel One for the Attorney Disciplinary Commission for the County of Muskegon; and is also currently a member of the Muskegon Rescue Mission's Personnel Committee.  In the past she have served on the following boards: United Way of the Lakeshore, Muskegon Lakeshore Chamber of Commerce, WayPoint Academy, and Family Services Center. Additionally, she serves as legal counsel for the Churches of God In Christ, which is the largest African American church in the world. She is also one of the only attorneys in West Michigan to be dually licensed to practice law in the state of New York.  However, her proudest accomplishment is being the single parent of her teenage son.

Courtney Clarke

Courtney Clarke is a former Rotary Youth Exchange Student from Wawa, Ontario who spent her exchange year in Zambia. She brought together her two Rotary Clubs to "Make a Difference" in extraordinary global projects that helped provide clean water to communities, wheelchairs to polio survivors and mosquito nets for protection from malaria. Learn more about Courtney's exchange experience.