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Rotary Club of Baton Rouge Elects Mary Terrell Joseph PresidentRead Time: 1 min
The Rotary Club of Baton Rouge, the eighth largest chartered club of Rotary International, has elected McGlinchey Stafford member Mary Terrell Joseph President of the organization. Mary will serve a term of one year, expiring in July 2009. During her term as President, Mary will oversee community service initiatives such as: Literacy, Junior Achievement/Free Enterprise, Inner City Scouting, Young Heroes and Blood Drives, as well as focus on increasing membership in the Club and maintaining camaraderie within the organization.
A member in McGlinchey Stafford’s Baton Rouge office, Mary Terrell Joseph specializes in the area of collections and creditors’ rights and frequently lectures on the subjects. Mary was named as one of Woodward White’s Best Lawyers in America in Banking Law, Financial Institutions and Transactions Law.
Aside from her legal practice, Mary is active in many Baton Rouge community organizations where she has held leadership positions, including Chair of the Board of the Capital Area United Way, Secretary of the Foundation for Excellence in Louisiana Public Broadcasting, and President of Greater Baton Rouge Leadership Alumni. Additionally, Mary has been honored as a Volunteer Activist, an Olympic Torchbearer, one of Baton Rouge’s 25 Outstanding Women, YWCA Women of Achievement, and received the Community Leadership Award from the Baton Rouge Chamber’s Leadership Alumni.
About Rotary Club of Baton Rouge
Founded in 1918, the Rotary Club of Baton Rouge is comprised of more than 500 Baton Rouge business and professional leaders who have each attained a high level of responsibility within his/her business. It is the eighth largest of more than 30,000 Rotary Clubs in the world.
For more information, please contact Mary Joseph at firstname.lastname@example.org.