Rotarians attending the District Conference April 19-20 approved the nomination of Bill Shula as the District Governor Nominee for 2015-16.
Bill is a member of the Rotary Club of Cincinnati and an assistant governor.
He began in Rotary in Peoria, Illinois. He has served on several Cincinnati Rotary Club committees, was Treasurer for the in 2008-09, and President in 2009-10. He is a multiple Paul Harris Fellow and a member of the Paul Harris Society. He is an avid supporter of the Rotary International mission to eradicate polio.
He enjoys the International focus of Rotary evidenced by attending the RI conventions in Birmingham, England and New Orleans. In 2010, he coordinated the raising of $15,000 in Cincinnati for Shelter Boxes to assist with the disaster in Haiti.
Bill has served on several district committees: Interact, Club Expansion, District Conference, Four Way Test Speech Contest and Strategic Planning.
Professionally, Bill has been an educator for 44 years, 38 of them as an administrator. He retired in 1998 as the Superintendent of Bethel-Tate Local Schools in Clermont County. He has been the school administrator for St. Francis De Sales School in East Walnut Hills/Cincinnati. For the past 25 years Bill has been a graduate school professor for various universities in Ohio and Illinois.