Jack M. B. Selway
Founder of RGHF
Chairman 2010/12, 2015; CEO 2008-2014 and Chairman Emeritus
Jack is the founder of RGHF and serves as an emeritus RGHF board member.
Past offices at RGHF: Founder 11 October 2000, Chairman 2000-04 & 2010-12, Secretary 2006, Executive Vice President 2006-2008; Managing Webmaster 2000-04, 2006, 2007-. In June of 2008, Selway was elected to the "1905 Society" at www.1905society.org Director of the RGHF Institute www.rghfinstitute.org. This Rotary Global History project was created, 11 October 2000, by: Jack M B Selway. He is a Paul Harris Fellow, Benefactor and Major Donor of The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International. Ches Perry Fellow, 2003 (RC of Chicago). He was the Rotarian of the year, 1988, District 5160 California. In 2002, Selway's work was recognized with a first place for Rotary web design. Lifetime Honorary member: Rotary Club of Lamorinda Sunrise D5160. He lives in Pueblo, Colorado USA.
Former Member: Rotary Clubs of Concord, CA (1976-77); Orinda, CA (1982-87); Lamorinda Sunrise Lafayette Moraga Orinda Rossmoor, CA (1987-1991) (charter president); San Francisco #2 (1991-1997) and Pueblo #43, Colorado (1997-2004); Rotary eClub of the Southwest USA, (2006-2015). Also former advisor to Disaster Relieve Rotarian Action Group. He is a former member of Rotary Heritage & History International Fellowship (continued as webmaster until 2012), Rotarians on the Internet, International Computer Users Fellowship of Rotarian, and Paul Harris Room 711 Club (continues as webmaster).
"I hope this archive is an inspiration to all who visit. Many people have labored to bring you all of this rich history. This was also a personal labor of love. The items below, and the creation of this website are something for which I'll always be grateful. This archive is posted solely for the protection of this valuable information and is not affiliated with any Rotary Club, Rotary International or Rotarian. My own valuable archives, books and memorabilia, collected from over 28 years in Rotary, are now part of the archives of the Rotary Club of Chicago, Rotary's founding club. Much of that is represented in the list of my personal contributions below. I could not have done this without the support of the original founding members and the many other Rotarians who have since taken up the project. The work stands for itself and is a lasting tribute to Paul Harris, the founder of all of this." Also see "Why I was a Rotarian."