Navarre Rotarian to serve as District Governor

Posted on December 19, 2019 by Staff reports

Rotary Club of Navarre has announced that Navarre Rotarian and Past President Dan Sulger has been nominated and has accepted the invitation to serve as District Governor of Rotary International District 6940 in Rotary Year 2022-23. 

District 6940 consists of 50 Rotary Clubs throughout northwest and northern Florida from Perdido Key to Lake City.

Since joining the Rotary Club of Navarre in 2010, Sulger has served as the club’s secretary, membership & foundation chair, and president. During his presidency in 2015-2016, the club was awarded Small Club of Year Award for District 6940. 

Sulger has also served as District 6940 Membership Chair & Assistant District Governor.  He is a Rotary Foundation Benefactor, Bequest Society Member and Paul Harris Fellow + 5. 

He also has leadership positions in Rotary Leadership Institute as a Discussion Leader and is a Founder & Past Fleet Commodore of the Emerald Coast Chapter of the International Yachting Fellowship of Rotary.

Sulger is originally from Boston and, after a few years in Louisville, Kentucky, has called Navarre home for the past 11 years.  He graduated from Roger Williams College in Bristol, Rhode Island with a degree in Theatre Arts and Business Management.  He studied acting in London with instructors from the Royal Academy of Arts and the Royal Shakespeare Company.  He also graduated from the Trinity Repertory Company. 

Sulger works in the healthcare industry as owner of The Sulger Consulting Group, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2020.

“The Rotary Club of Navarre Members are very excited to support Dan on this important journey and continue all the great work done to support children and families in the Navarre Area and throughout the Florida Panhandle and the world,” said TJ Goulet, past president of Rotary Club of Navarre.

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