President (Board 2021-2022)
Club Treasurer (Board 2021-2022)
After coming to Bali in February 2012 to sort out some health issues after working in the Building and Construction Industry for 30 years, i was drawn to come back and live in Ubud later that year. I look forward to helping the local people in whatever ways I can.
I have a special spot in my heart for children’s health and happiness with a special interest in all sporting activities.
Communications Chair (Board 2021-2022)
Marion and Jim have been living in Ubud since February 2019, after selling their bed in breakfast in Tucson, Arizona.. A native of CT, she started her career as a high school English teacher and has taught Shakespeare to teenagers, ESL to little kids and to corporate engineers, communication skills to dislocated steel workers and cooking classes to kids and adults. She has also directed not for profits in Pittsburgh and in Milwaukee. She enjoys good conversation, meeting people, travel, music – particularly jazz and rock ’n roll, cooking, good food and new experiences. She joined Rotary to meet people and to help with the water, health and trash projects.
Ni Made Rohani is a former Rotaract. Community service and fundraising are two of her major interests. Rohani is from Banjar Belang, Desa Singapadu Kaler, Sukawati where she attended school. She feels that her best teacher was her father who taught her to always help people, to be intellectually curious, and to take advantage of learning from every situation. She works at Ganesha Bookstore in Ubud. Rohani volunteers for the Balinese Children’s Education Foundation. She enjoys Balinese cooking and is an active member of RCBUS’ Sewing for Living project.
Dr. Tania is a general practitioner who has always had profound interest in brain ageing. She obtained her medical doctor degree in 2005, and Master of Biomedical Science (majoring in anti-ageing medicine) from Udayana University, Bali, Indonesia in 2014. In 2016, she continued her doctoral studies in the Department of BSCS, UMCG – University of Groningen, The Netherlands. The main focus of her research is behavior and cognitive changes in Mild Cognitive Impairment. For more than 10 years, she has been active in various volunteer activities including health education and breast cancer awareness in the islands within eastern Indonesia. Research & Science Coordinator. She resides in Bali where she works as a medical doctor and manager of HoviAssisted, a senior care facility at Kasih Ibu Saba.