Contact: Peter Logan
Online Registration
09
Nov
2021
San Francisco
Hotel Nikko
Carmel Meeting Room (3rd Floor)
222 Mason Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
United States of America

Carly DevlinHuman trafficking is a billion-dollar industry that affects both adults and youth.  We welcome Carly Devlin MSW as she discusses the history, mission, and services of HART at Huckleberry Youth Programs and how it has impacted youth who have been sexually exploited in our community. 

Our Club will soon be working with Huckleberry Youth Programs to assemble care kits that provide care items and the like to the youth within HART for their ongoing needs. Watch for more information about this exciting new service project.

Carly has worked for Huckleberry Youth Programs since February of 2016. She has led Huckleberry Advocacy and Response Team (HART), Huckleberry's program for youth experiencing commercial sexual exploitation, since its inception. In addition to managing direct practice efforts, Carly has provided trainings to a variety of organizations and participated in city and statewide policy discussions around the issue of creating policies and programs to best support vulnerable youth. Carly attended Brown University and received her MSW from UC Berkeley. Carly has worked with youth experiencing commercial sexual exploitation and other groups of vulnerable young people as a teacher and social worker since 2009. She has taught sexual health education in Monterey and Santa Cruz Counties, facilitated community-based participatory research projects with young women in Washington, DC, and provided therapy and case management to marginalized youth in the Bay Area since 2012.  Carly's work is guided by the idea that youth are experts in their own experiences and that effectively supporting them involves prioritizing their voices and definitions of safety, well-being, and justice.

We hope you will join us for this insightful meeting on how we can learn more about helping those who have been trafficked or sexually exploited.

This is a regular membership meeting of the Rotary Club of San Francisco, open to all Rotarians, visiting Rotarians, prospective members, and guests.

Meeting Schedule:

12:00 Noon  Registration & Networking
12:15 PM (sharp!)  Meeting begins (club business followed by keynote speaker)
1:30 PM  Meeting adjourns

 

A three-course lunch will be served. The price is $45, with old tickets for lunch from the Sir Francis Drake accepted as a partial payment of $35. If you require a vegetarian, gluten free, or vegan lunch, please email President Mary.

Remote attendance via Zoom is available at no charge. Register here for Zoom attendance only

For in-person attendees: Please note that once President Mary provides the headcount to the Hotel Nikko on the Friday before our Tuesday meeting, we will be billed for that count regardless of whether you show or not. Therefore, it is important to let her know if you are unable to attend after registering, but no later than Sunday night. If you are a no-show without notifying her ahead of time, the Club will be billed the cost of the meal and will have to pass the cost down to you. We hope to not have to do this.

Proof of Vaccination and Masks Required

To maximize the health and safety of Rotarians, guests, speakers, staff at the Hotel Nikko (where we meet), and those who may potentially be in a high-risk category for complications due to COVID-19, the Rotary Club of San Francisco REQUIRES all members and guests, regardless of vaccination status, to wear a face covering mask during the meeting except while eating.

On August 12, 2021, the City and County of San Francisco placed proof of COVID-19 vaccination on patrons entering establishments where food/beverages are served. Acceptable proofs of vaccination include the CDC vaccination card, a physical or digital copy of that card, documentation from a healthcare provider, or a personal digital COVID-19 vaccination record issued by the State of California. Businesses subject to this new requirement must cross check proof of full vaccination against each patron’s photo identification. 

The Club believes that these policies are consistent with Rotary's Four-Way Test as well as with the current guidelines of the CDC and the San Francisco Department of Public Health. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.