Event Types

Colin Kimball

Colin is a Vermont native and recent graduate of the University of Vermont Grossman School of Business. He also attended Stockholm University in Stockholm, Sweden. He is an accountant at Aon Risk Solutions, where he helps manage captive insurance companies for global clients. Previously, he interned at Merrill Lynch in Burlington, Vermont. Colin represented UVM in Rauma, Finland during the NIBS case competition where he competed against teams from around the world. He also managed part of UVM's endowment fund. In his spare time, Colin enjoys kayaking and biking, as well as traveling.

Paula Cope

Paula has been the President & CEO of Cope & Associates, Inc. for over 25 years.  She has been teaching leadership and organizational behavior at the UVM Grossman School of Business since 2014 and will join the faculty full time this fall in addition to her duties at COPE. Paula coached several teams this year including the team of finalists who competed in an international competition in Rauma, Finland, where UVM tied for third place in their division.

Colin Kimball and Paula Cope
 Jul 31, 2017

A great way to become better acquainted with our fellow Rotarians! 

Classification Talk - 2 Members; Sandy Walsh, ADG
 Aug 07, 2017
Jess Bridges - Executive Director
 Aug 14, 2017
Claudia Berger
 Aug 21, 2017

Kenneth and Rebecca Mirvis will be driving the length of the Mississippi from Lake Itasca State Park in Minnesota to Venice, Louisiana. During the trip, they will be meeting with water people along the route, learning and teaching about the work of the river and the challenges it faces.

Kenneth & Rebecca Mirvis
 Aug 28, 2017
No Meeting - Labor Day
 Sep 04, 2017

He’s been interviewed about this book on McCormack, Speaker of the House for 32 years, so this should be very interesting. First ever biography of Speaker John McCormack.

Garrison Nelson
 Sep 18, 2017

The Vermont Community Foundation was established in 1986 as a permanent source of support for the state. We are a family of hundreds of funds and foundations created by Vermonters to serve their charitable goals. We provide the advice, investment vehicles, and back-office expertise to make your giving easy and inspiring. Together, our funds and programs provide more than $12 million a year in grants in Vermont and beyond.

Dan Smith - President CEO VT Community Foundation
 Sep 25, 2017

Aspenti HealthTM combines compassionate treatment with state-of-the-art clinical drug testing solutions to provide life-changing services that empower our patients and drive the best possible care.

Aimee Marti & Chris Powell
 Oct 02, 2017
No Meeting - Columbus Day
 Oct 09, 2017

Rock Point is a 130 acre gem in the heart of Burlington, owned and cared for by the Episcopal Diocese of Vermont for over 160 years. Our Vision is to be a welcoming sanctuary of spirituality, creativity, community, education, training, and environmental stewardship. We are currently in the midst of a major fundraising effort to help conserve the land, improve public access to the 2.8 miles of trails on the property, make renovations to our camp and conference center facilities and complete the purchase of the Solar Orchard which produces 100% of our power. ”

Episcopal Bishop Tom Ely
 Oct 16, 2017

This great fellowship opportunity will be held at the Isham Barn, Oak Hill Road, Williston, 5:30-7:30.  Appetizers provided, Cash Bar.


Rotarians from Four Clubs
 Oct 26, 2017 5:30 PM
Jason Nadeau
 Oct 30, 2017
Julie Richards
 Nov 06, 2017

PETER KURTH was born in Oklahoma in 1953. He is a graduate of the University of Vermont, where he earned departmental honors in English and Theatre. His first book, Anastasia: The Riddle of Anna Anderson, was an international bestseller and made into an NBC television miniseries. Kurth’s biography of anti-fascist journalist Dorothy Thompson, American Cassandra won the Frank Luther Mott-Kappa Tau Alpha Research Award as the best book about journalism of 1990.

In 1995-96 Kurth was the author of Tsar: The Lost World of Nicholas and Alexandra and co-author (with Eleanor Lanahan) of Zelda: An Intimate Portrait, a pictorial biography of Zelda Fitzgerald. His latest book was a biography of Isadora Duncan, Isadora: A Sensational Life.


In 1989 Kurth was diagnosed with HIV infection, an event that unavoidably changed his life and altered the direction of his writing. His commentary on AIDS issues has been heard on National Public Radio, and he was "Lazarus" columnist for POZ magazine. His work has appeared in a variety of national publications, including "Vanity Fair," "Condé Nast Traveler," "Forbes FYI," "The New York Times Book Review," "The New York Observer," "Cosmopolitan," and "Harper's Bazaar." He is a contributing writer for "Salon" and was “Crank Call” columnist for Vermont’s "Seven Days," for which he won an award for outstanding commentary from the Association of Alternative Newsweeklies.


Peter Kurth - noted author
 Nov 13, 2017
Club, Led By President Pete
 Nov 20, 2017
District Governor visit
 Nov 27, 2017
 Dec 04, 2017
No Meeting - Christmas
 Dec 25, 2017
No Meeting - New Years
 Jan 01, 2018