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Austin joined Camelback Crossroads Rotary Club, May 2016.  He enjoys our United Food Bank project, going to meetings to see his friends in Rotary, and the multitude of other projects our club gets involved with. In the future I want to lead a major project involving our planets environmental health or water systems.


Austin believes Rotary is an excellent support system for doing service in the local community and world. He enjoys skiing, ping pong, soccer, hiking, camping in his RV, and anything else that’s an adventure. 



Vice Chair

Mariel joined Camelback Crossroads Rotary club in 2016. She was introduced to Rotary in 2011 when she went to the Gold Coast, Australia as part of a Group Study Exchange. She enjoys working with Maggie’s Place, OCJ Kids and United Food Bank. Mariel is a 6th grade teacher in the Chandler School District and is passionate about making the world about place for the youth of tomorrow.


In Mariel’s spare time, she like to be outside hiking, coaching CrossFit and spending time with friends. Rotary has added so much to her life, she is honored to be able to give back.

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Membership Chair

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Foundation Chair

Larry was one of the founders of the Satellite Club of Camelback Crossroads (CXR). He became a Rotarian with the Rotary Club of Tempe Rio Salado after going on a month long Group Study Exchange to the Gold Coast of Australia in 2011. Not much beats laughing and having fun while volunteering side by side with amazing people.
Larry has a passion for youth leadership and is on the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) committee. Rotary hosts a three night camp every year in the Heber Overgaard area for local high schoolers.  Larry's wife is also a Rotarian and inspired him to start the Cases For A Cause service project in support of Arizona Foster Children. 



Social Chair

Carrie joined Rotary in August 2018 to rekindle her passion for volunteering and serving others. She enjoys the variety of organizations the club serves and the new friendships and comradery Rotary naturally evokes. Carrie currently serves as the Social Chair - a new role created to bring fellow Rotarians together to get to know each other better on a more personal level while socializing and having fun!


Carrie works as an International Operations manager within the field of international education. Helping create opportunities for university students to learn and study outside of the U.S. is something she greatly values and has embraced herself, having lived in Sweden, Germany, and Austria!

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Social Co-Chair

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Dave has been in Rotary since  2012.  He currently serves as the webmaster for the CXR club.


His favorite favorite service projects include United Food Bank and Habitat for Humanity. Dave is passionate about the many labor intensive projects the club participates in. 


While not at a Rotary service project, you will find Dave engaging in a variety of outdoor activities such as running, hiking, and swimming.

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