Storyteller Dr. Johnny Lake

We are thrilled to announce that internationally renowned local champion Dr. Johnny Lake will be one of our featured speakers at this year’s District Conference.

His CV is as impressive as his international impact. Please read just some of his extensive biography here.

If you haven’t registered for the conference yet, all of the links are listed below. We’ll see you in downtown Eugene on May 5th and 6th, friends!

“Johnny Lake is a nationally certified and internationally recognized educator and speaker in programs focused on race, culture, equity, inclusion, leadership, diversity, implicit bias, community-building, cross- cultural interactions, and ethics. He serves as a teacher, writer and storyteller in the US, Europe, Turkey, Australia and Canada. Dr. Lake worked as an Associate Professor of Education and Counseling at university level and served as a Child Therapist for children and adolescents for over 10 years. He is a strong advocate for children and families and has focused on developing strategies and curriculum to disrupt bullying behaviors of children.

He graduated from Willamette University with a BS in History and was awarded the Phi Beta Kappa designation for excellence. He received his Master’s degree and Ph.D. in Educational Leadership: Policy, Management and Organization from the University of Oregon. He also holds a k-12 administrator certification from the same university and is an administrator on special assignment in Eugene. He is a former member and chairman for the State of Oregon Commission on Black Affairs and former Education Chair for the NAACP.”

For Hotel Reservations:

Reservations can be made by calling the reservations line at 1-844-888-4723 and referencing Group Code: 050523ROT or via the booking link: Rotary District 5110 Annual Conference – Guestroom Block

To Register for the Conference:

Request ezLink:
Or Visit:

The Location:

The Graduate Hotel
66 East 6th Avenue
Eugene, OR 97401

Image description: Dr. Johnny Lake sits in his library. He is wearing a tweed fedora, rectangular glasses, and a navy blue blazer. He is smiling at the camera with his chin resting on his right hand.

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