For Immediate Release
Dublin AM Rotary Club Names New Board Members
Dublin, OH (June 28, 2023) — As part of the global service organization Rotary International, the Dublin AM Rotary Club has elected new board leadership for the year beginning July 2023. Incoming president and Muirfield resident Ingrid Fields joined the club in 2017. In that time, she has filled leadership roles in club fundraising, speaker programs, and communications.
Fields, who works as a Global Partner GTM Lead at VMware, is replacing Susan West as Dublin AM Rotary president. West, who works as Regional Sales Manager for The State Bank and Trust Company, will remain on the board.
During West’s term, the club supported the installation of a peace pole at Coffman Park to celebrate diversity in the Dublin Community, adopted a weekly Dublin-area Meals-on-Wheels route, collected in-kind donations for LifeCare Alliance and CHOICES for Victims of Domestic Violence, participated in the Dublin Community Service Day by planting a garden at Veteran’s Park, awarded scholarships to six seniors graduating from Dublin City Schools, and committed a gift to the capital campaign for the new Dublin Food Pantry site through the Dublin AM Rotary Charitable Foundation.
During her one-year term as president, Fields plans to focus on expanding club membership, continue support for the Dublin Food Pantry, expand education and youth support, and maintain Veterans programs and international projects. The vision of Rotary is to provide service to others, promote integrity, and advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through fellowship of business, professional, and community leaders.
"Dublin is a fantastic community, and at Dublin AM Rotary we take seriously the opportunity to serve our community, our schools and our members. When I observed that this club was full of people doing great work both inside Dublin, and also internationally, I just had to join. We have interesting weekly meetings here and fun fundraisers to grow our ability to serve.
We invite the community to join us at the Classic Car Show in Historic Dublin over Labor Day weekend, the Polar Bear Golf outing in February, and The Pro AM Day during the Memorial Tournament. Over the holidays, we volunteer for Salvation Army bell ringing and hold a Rotary Foundation gift drive. The Rotary motto is Service Above Self, and I am fortunate to follow great past Presidents, have a Board with continuity of leadership and serve a vibrant, active membership,” said Fields.
The Dublin AM Rotary Club boasts nearly 100 members and meets Fridays at 7:30am at the Country Club at Muirfield Village.  Guests are welcome with RSVP.  Learn more at
Dublin AM Rotary Board pictured from left to right:  Rich Weber, Susan Robenalt, Peter Georgiton (back row), Erin Prescott, Cap Clegg (back row), Gene Oliver, Ingrid Fields, Steve Schmitt (back row), Susan West, Kent Underwood (back row), Claudia Trusty, Sharon Kendall, Roberta Kayne, Mike Isler, and Pete Cushnie. Not pictured: Kurt Brown, Trevor Donaldson, Cindy Groeniger, and Dave Williamson. Photo courtesy of Roberta Kayne, Dublin AM Rotary photographer and professional artist.
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