For committee member information, click the links below.

Administration
The chairperson of the Aministration committee has responsibility to oversee the general administrative aspects of the organization.
Attendance
Help register guests at meetings, collect payment for meals and prepare visitor list for introductions.
Auto Auction
Volunteers park autos, direct traffic, prepare cars for showing, and more at the annual classic car auction at the Arizona Biltmore.
Bell Ringers
Coordinate volunteers to be a Rotary Bell Ringer in December. This is guaranteed to put you in the holiday spirit; while assisting the Salvation Army in executing its mission. 
Building & Grounds
Help coordinate with the club office and club members the maintenance and upkeep of the Phoenix Rotary 100 property, office building and garage. 
Classification
The pre-membership process of reviewing proposed member applications, conducting reference checks and assigning the appropriate classification.
Club Meetings
The chairperson for the Club Meeting committee has overall responsibility for the successful execution of the club's meetings.
Community Outreach
The chairperson of this Community Outreach committee has overall responsibility for coordinating Rotary100's outreach activities within the community.
Electronic Communications
Promotes Phoenix Rotary 100 and its interests by communication of club information on social media and other methods.  Help drive new membership by creating streamlined simple paths through our website and social media.  Improve tracking and followup of potential new members.
Fellowship
Development and implementation of social events for the club including the quarterly Rotary Happy Hour and overseeing social clubs and creating new ones as interest arises.
Finance
Review and recommend proposed budget to Board of Directors and examine monthly financial reports.
Food Bank
Support bi-monthly food distribution at St. Luke's at the Mountain and help organize the annual food drive for St. Mary's Food Bank.
Foundation
Manage the clubs activities as they relate to the international Rotary Foundation.
Gala
Help plan and organize our annual fund-raiser to support Phoenix Rotary Club Charities.
Grape Arizona Wine Event (GAWE)
Help plan and organize our annual Grape Arizona Wine Event to support Phoenix Rotary Club Charities.
Greeters
Greet members and guests as they arrive for meetings.
In-house Technology
Provide tech support for the Phoenix Rotary 100 office, provide recommendations for infrastructure including wifi, telephone, copiers, laptops, software, security, etc.
Insurance
Annual review of all insurance policies for Phoenix Rotary 100.
Interact Clubs
Interact is a Rotary-sponsored service club for high school students whose focus is on community service and professional development.
International Outreach (IOC)
Mission of IOC is to enable members of Phoenix Rotary 100 to advance world understanding, goodwill and peace through the initiation of and/or participation in projects and act6ivities of international scope that advance improvement of health, the support of education and the alleviation of poverty.
Invocation & Pledge
Present an invocation and lead the Pledge of Allegiance at the beginning of the meeting.
Literacy
Read to children at Osborn Elementary School and help distribute dictionaries annually to children in low-income areas of the Valley.
Membership - Corporate/Small Business
Promote corporate membership in Phoenix Rotary 100 with creative outreach.
Membership - Individual
Promotes individual membership in Phoenix Rotary 100 by creative outreach.
Membership Experience
The chairperson of the Membership Experience committee oversees the committees responsible for club membership and the membership experience.
Mentoring & Orientation
Mentor new members to ensure they have a positive club experience.  Welcome new members to the club by explaining the nuts and bolts of being a member to our club specifically and rotary in general.
Music
Lead the group in singing a patriotic song at the beginning of the meeting.
O'Connor Scholarships
Manage the annual scholarship award in the name of Past-President John O'Connor, recognizing humor in the law profession.
OYMYW (Outstanding Young Man Young Woman)
The Outstanding Young Man Young Woman (OYMYW) of the Year program recognizes and honors the outstanding achievements of high school students, enhances the perception of youth and raises community awareness of the positive contributions of youth. Members of this committee will review and rank applications, interview candidates and select distict winners to receive scholarship awards for the annual Outstanding Young Man Young Woman Program. This program partners with the City of Phoenix and other sponsors. 
Peacebuilding
Through the Rotary Action Group for Peace (RAGFP), we know our club members support PEACE and Rotary’s endeavors to promote PEACE. One of Rotary International’s Seven Areas of Focus is Peace and Conflict Prevention/Resolution. Peace is not only a stand-alone priority area, but it is also an integral part, or byproduct, of the other six focus areas: Disease Prevention and Treatment, Water and Sanitation, Maternal and Child Health, Basic Education and Literacy, Economic and Community Development, and most recently Supporting the Environment. Whether it is seeking Peace Fellow applicants or bringing Peace into our local schools and places of work, we can make a difference. Come be a part of the difference.
Personnel
Deals with matters regarding Phoenix Rotary 100 personnel - salary surveys; benefits; policies for paid time off; and assisting with finding candidates for replacements.
Photography/Reporter
Take photos at the meetings for the Rotarizonian and the club archive and/or report on the meetings for the Rotarizonian.
PRCC Committee
Manage the Phoenix Rotary Club Charities (PRCC) organization.  Designate spending on local and international projects and certain annual club events.
PRCC Endowment
Manage the endowment held by the Phoenix Rotary Club Charities (PRCC).
Programs
Identify and schedule speakers for club luncheon meetings.
Rooster Fining
For fun, committee members engage other members during meetings in silly quizzes or activities for which they have previously agreed to be fined. These "Rooster Fines" are all voluntary generally between $10 and $100 and often involve answering riddles, etc.
Rotaract
Rotaract introduces Rotary to young professionals aged 18 and over.
Rotary College
Conducted bi-annually, this is a 3-hour program on Rotary in general and Phoenix Rotary 100 in detail for new members.
Rubber Band
A 52-year tradition of performing holiday music at local businesses to raise money for The Salvation Army.
RYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Award)
Rotary Youth Leadership Award, a three-day leadership camp held in Prescott. Coordinated by District 5495, members join with other clubs to organize and provide training at this annual event in mid-January.
Sergeant-at-Arms Committee
Members act as Sergeant-at-Arms at meetings, gather favorable information on members for which they can be recogized, levy fines for cell phone infractions.
Speech Contest
Help plan, manage and host the annual speech competition for high school students.
Table Ambassadors
Be responsible for making guests at your table feel welcomed and that everyone sees the materials on the table which promote club events and activities.
Visitor Introductions
Introduce visitors at our meetings.
Volunteer Opportunities
Help develop and execute hands-on service projects; screen requests from community organizations. Work in concert with the club office to solicit and coordinate volunteers for projects and events.
Youth Exchange
In conjunction with District 5495, this committee oversees opportunities for students to spend an academic year in other countries and helps find hosts for students coming from elsewhere in the world.
Youth Services
The chairperson of Youth Services is responsible for all the committees involving youth in the community and throughout the world.