“Just as Rotary itself can never keep its place unless it is constantly growing, so each individual Rotary club cannot afford to stand still while the stream of life moves onward.” — Ever Forward!, THE ROTARIAN, February 1941

In addition to world-class keynote speakers, the Rotary World Peace Conference 2020 will feature multiple tracks and breakout sessions led by leaders of conflict prevention and resolution. 

Please see below for the breakout tracks, sessions, and speakers.  

Marilyn Tam

Marilyn Tam is a global speaker, author, and humanitarian. She was formerly the CEO of Aveda, president of Reebok Apparel and Retail Group, vice president of Nike, and a successful entrepreneur who built four companies. more…

Steve Killelea is an accomplished entrepreneur in high technology business development and at the forefront of philanthropic activities focused on sustainable development and peace. After successfully building two international software companies, Steve decided to dedicate most of his time and fortune to sustainable development and peace. more…


Steve Killelea

Kenneth Cloke

Kenneth Cloke is Director of the Center for Dispute Resolution and a mediator, arbitrator, facilitator, coach, consultant and trainer, specializing in communication, negotiation, and resolving complex multi-party disputes, including marital, divorce, family, community, grievance and workplace disputes, collective bargaining negotiations, organizational and school conflicts, sexual harassment, discrimination, and public policy disputes; and designing preventative conflict resolution systems.   more

Stephen Dinan is the founding President and CEO of The Shift Network and a member of the Transformational Leadership Council and Evolutionary Leaders. The Shift Network was founded in 2010 and has served over 1.8 million people worldwide, with customers in 170 countries. It delivers virtual summits, courses, and trainings featuring over 1,300 thought leaders in domains as diverse as spirituality, peace, holistic health, psychology, parenting, enlightened business, shamanism, Indigenous wisdom, and sustainability. more…

Stephen Dinan

Track A: Personal and Home Life

Shunya Barton
Robert Feda

Track B: Education and Literacy

Leo Muller

Track C: Community

Joan Blades
David Wick
Heidi Beirich

Track D: Workplace

Track E: International

Track F: Peace Fellows/Peace Graduates

Track G: Human and Civil Rights

John Viscount

Track H: Diplomacy/War

Track I: Religion/Spirituality

Track J: Mainstream and Social Media

Emmanuel Itier

Track K: Sustainability

Track L: Global Trade and Economic Development

Track M: Empowering Women

Dean Rohrs
Julia Phelps