Dawn

Dawn

Dawn

Our Rotary Club burst into the 21st Century

I was in charge of bringing new members into Rotary. It was hard to get younger people to join, let alone stay. But when we launched our Rotary community on Otherly we learned so much about each other’s passions and talents, what we’re looking for — Jobs? Clients? Donors? — and how to help one another. Our young members are leaders in our Otherly community. This is what Rotary was like when I first joined in 1979, without the cigarette smoke. We’ll never give up our lunch meetings, but this makes them so much richer. 

George

George

George

Otherly has transformed the way I network

I have a small legal tax practice.  Most of my business comes from referrals but I’m not a natural networker.  I meet people at BNI, at my service club, at conferences and professional associations, at the Chamber, but there’s always an awkwardness about asking for help. Otherly makes it easy. I always know who sent me a referral and I have an easy way to say thanks.  I can refer others elegantly. My friends know what I am looking for and I know what they are looking for. I use Otherly to send personalized thank you cards to my clients and to friends who have helped me find clients.  And they love the old fashioned touch.

Annette

Annette

Annette

I found people I could help.

I am semi-retired and I have decades of senior executive experience behind me.  I wanted to share my insights with up and coming female leaders, so I started a community of mentors on Otherly. Now there are 34 of us. I am helping young women excel, and they’re enriching the next stage of my life.  I don’t see how I could have done this without Otherly.