Alan Penn was elected 2011-12 president at the 96th annual convention in Geneva, Switzerland.
“I’m committed to our mission of serving the children of the world,” says Penn, who is a member of the Medina Breakfast, Ohio; All Ohio-eMedina and Tombstone Virginia City, Montana Kiwanis clubs. “As well, I am devoted to our new global campaign for children, The Eliminate Project, and to growing Kiwanis worldwide.”
The House of Delegates also elected these new international officers and board members:
- President-elect: Thomas E. DeJulio, Kiwanis Club of Fordham, Bronx, New York.
- Vice president: Gunter Gasser, Spittal an der Drau, Austria.
- Trustees, United States and Pacific Canada: Jane M. Erickson, Bellevue-Offutt, Nebraska; Stephen T. Hill, Norwalk, Connecticut; Warren F. Mitchell, Greeley, Colorado
- Trustee, At Large: Clinton Green, Napier, New Zealand.
At the 2011 Kiwanis Asia-Pacific Convention this past March, Lee Kuan Yong of the Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Kiwanis Club, was elected to fill represent the Asia-Pacific Region on the Kiwanis International Board. Read
the candidates' biographical sketches.