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Norma Taylor-Roderique

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E-Club Member


Employment History

  • District Governor
  • ter Member and Past District 5510 Governor
    Phoenix Arcadia Rotary Club
  • Officio Director
  • Governor
    District 5510

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • E-Club Member
  • Charter Member
    Phoenix Arcadia Rotary Club


  • Colorado College
10 Total References
Web References
Rotary E-Club of Southwest USA - 2015, 17 Feb 2015 [cached]
Norma Taylor-Roderique(PHF)
Speaker: Norma ..., 16 Aug 2012 [cached]
Speaker: Norma Taylor-Roderique
What an inspiring story altogether, Norma.
Congratulations to Norma Taylor-Roderique, you have very well deserved your award.
Norma, these three programs are a beautiful gift to all who have been fortunate to read them.
Thank you Norma!
Thank you Norma for good program for three times.
I appreciate Norma keeping friendship with rotarians in the world.
I would have a same experience in many unknown countries like Norma.
End to end fabulous Norma, thank youy.
What a treat Norma is, I have enjoyed her program and loved the photos she has shared with us all.
Norma had such an interesting travel experience - as an arm-chair traveler, I really enjoyed it.
Norma has just show what Rotary REALLY is!
Norma Taylor-Roderique
I suppose we will now have to believe that Ms. Taylor-Roderique, who occasionally visits us here in Podunk Pines, really is a Rotary Past District Governor. We really thought that was a men's exclusive group up here in Podunk Pines. It is said she has even received the Rotarian of the Month award.
Norma Taylor-Roderique
Norma Taylor-Roderique
Our charter member and past District ..., 10 July 2015 [cached]
Our charter member and past District 5510 Governor Norma Taylor-Roderique spearheaded the building of the Heather Kinross Rotary Village, a community in Cuauneutla, Sierra Norte de Puebla, Mexico which has approximately 100 houses, a school and several enterprises.
Charles F, 3 May 2006 [cached]
Norma Taylor-Roderique (Class of 1951)Norma is a 1951 alumna of Colorado Springs High School.She attended Colorado College on a music scholarship.In 1960 she moved to Phoenix, Arizona, and has lived there since that time.She is married to Ronald J. Roderique and has three adult children and three grown grandchildren all living in the Phoenix area.Norma worked for thirty-five years in the field of medical financial management for a number of large physicians' groups and other medical facilities.In 1973 she co-authored the book Psychotherapy, the Private and Very Personal Viewpoint of Doctor and Patient.She also wrotearticles on cash flow and billing effectiveness for the Maricopa County Medical Society magazine.She has been an avid collector of antiques and fine art for more than twenty years, an interest that led her, in 1994, to leave the field of medicine to become a working partner inRichard II Antiques in Scottsdale.In 1988 Norma became a charter member of the Phoenix Arcadia Rotary Club in which she served as Secretary and Director before becoming one of the first women to be elected as a club President in 1991.In 1997 Norma was the first woman to be nominated and elected to the position of District Governor in Arizona, making her one of the first women in the world to hold that position.Her District included forty-one clubs in the Northeast section of the State.During her governorship the district was fifth in the world for donations to the Rotary Foundation.Her other achievements are many.She has written numerous articles for her Rotary District Newsletter; earned a Rotary Foundation District Service Award; served as Ex-Officio Director of Gift of Life/Arizona, a program which brings children from developing countries to Phoenix for
Earlier this year Norma was presented with the Service Above Self Award, the highest award given by Rotary International.
rotary belgium luxembourg - news - A strong foundation for life in Mexico - 22/02/2003, 22 Feb 2003 [cached]
The area still bears the scars of the 1999 mudslides, wrote Norma Taylor-Roderique, past governor of District 5510, in a report to The Rotary Foundation: "Almost everyone lost their makeshift homes in that catastrophe, and many people were killed."
Like two previous shelters projects in the area, this effort is aided by a Foundation Matching Grant."The people are very proud of their homes," reported Taylor-Roderique of the earlier projects, now complete.
According to Taylor-Roderique, the Mexican government and the Bank of Mexico are so impressed with the project that they will continue it as a microloan program.
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