John Marchiony’s professional mantra is “Find a way. Get it done.” This brings together strategy, tactics and excellent execution that deliver measurable results.
He has spent about a third of his career working on startups, non-profits, or in small, specialized consulting firms.
He has collected concise “rules to live by” that guide his work and interactions, including the question “Is it fair to all?,” which is one of the elements of the Rotary Four Way Test. Similarly, embracing “transparency” as a core value leads to open, honest conversations.
Linda Tighe’s education background is in the arts, but her entrepreneurial path is driven by a passion for supporting cutting edge innovations that have a positive impact on human health and longevity. She has worked with teams to design and facilitate new training programs for health professionals and staff in the areas of recruiting and implementation, and goal setting.
Linda also has a long history of volunteering for various non-profits before Rotary. Linda’s highest power is that she sees no obstacles, only possibilities!
Linda Tighe was the first Rotary leader in District 7910, as President of the Rotary Club of Wellesley, to conduct Fair To All Partners’ core offering, the Restaurant Fundraiser.