Speaker Date Topic
Mark Flegel Jan 22, 2020
The beginnings of Rotary, how and why it started and how it came to the west coast!



No lunch meeting - Evening meeting instead Jan 29, 2020
Grande Lum Feb 05, 2020
Bridging Communities: Tales from the U.S. Department of Justice

Host:  Steven Weiner 

Aidan McCarty Feb 12, 2020
Bots and foreign interference in US elections

Identity fraud is wreaking havoc on American democracy. Fake accounts on social media are fueling misinformation campaigns both foreign and domestic, making it easier than ever to meddle in our politics. Fake messages are flooding representatives and federal agencies, drowning out the opinions of real Americans. As just one recent example, the FCC received 21.7 million public comments about net neutrality in 2017, but Pew Research found that 94% of them were fake or duplicate. The Justice Department launched a criminal investigation into this last December.


New technology can address these problems by helping individuals verify their identities and take action as verified constituents. These advances promise not only to power a more resilient political system, but to fundamentally change how identity is handled online and offline by putting people in control of their personal information.

  ePluribus | https://www.epluribus.io


Host: Amy Boggs

Speaker contact:Bradley Hinson

775-443-8646 | bradley@epluribus.io


Allan Varni Feb 19, 2020
Rotary World Community Service & Global Grants

Allan is a past president of the Los Altos Rotary.

Host: Amy Boggs

Speaker contact: allan@varni.com



No lunch meeting - Evening club event instead Feb 26, 2020 5:30 PM
Jonathan Greenberg Mar 04, 2020
International conflict resolution

Host: Steven Weiner

No lunch meeting - Evening social event instead Mar 25, 2020 12:00 PM
Roberto Calandra Apr 08, 2020
Robots and the Sense of Touch

Incorporating the sense of touch into robots may provide new and useful robots in society.




Host: Amy Boggs










Dr. Dean Winslow Apr 22, 2020
Military Medical Evacuation & War in Iraq/Afghanistan

Dean Winslow is an American physician, academic, and retired United States Air Force colonel. He is currently on leave from Stanford Department of Medicine while working as Lead Physician for the NSF at McMurdo Station in Antarctica. In addition to his Infectious Diseases subspecialty, he is a distinguished graduate, United States Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine, Flight surgeon (1983).



Host: Amy Boggs


No lunch meeting - Evening social event instead Apr 29, 2020 12:00 PM
No lunch meeting - Evening social event instead May 27, 2020 12:00 PM
Foundation annual report Jun 10, 2020 12:00 PM