Patti Barsotti of Concord, California was elected to a three-year term as a trustee of Kiwanis International in June 2013 at the 98th Annual Kiwanis International Convention in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Patti became involved in Kiwanis in 1990 when she visited the Kiwanis Club of Oakland for a Special Guest Day. A four-year member of the Kiwanis Club of San Ramon Valley, she previously spent 18 years with the Kiwanis Club of Concord, Berkeley & Oakland, serving as club president from 1994-96.

She has worked on and chaired many national and international Kiwanis projects, including serving as an International Review Committee Member and a member of the Kiwanis International Women's Advisory Committee. She also served as Kiwanis International Growth Chair, Global; International Review Committee Chair; and New Club Building Chair. She has served on six Governor's Cabinets.  She currently is the region coordinator for The Eliminate Project, responsible for raising US$20 million of a US$110 million life-saving and protecting, world-changing project.

Patti, a banking professional, has given more than 25 years of service to Kiwanis. She's a district life member, Tablet of Honor recipient, a George F. Hixson Fellow, a William A. Dunlap Fellow, and a Charter Walter Zeller Fellow. She served as distinguished district governor in 2005-06.

Outside of Kiwanis, Patti enjoys reading and traveling with her husband, Rocci. They have two children.