President: MiraBELLA Pulido

Mirabella (Mira) Pulido has been a proud Boston Rotaract member since November 2017. Prior to being president, she served as membership chair (2017-2018) and vice president (2018-2019). Mira has been involved in Rotary International since 2011, when she was awarded a Rotary Youth Exchange scholarship to Poland (D2230). She also currently serves as the ROTEX Coordinator for D7930.
Before moving to Boston, she graduated from UMass Amherst in 2016 with a B.A. in Journalism and Portuguese. After living in Portugal, Brazil, and Seattle, she accepted a job at MIT and has been working there since as a research administrator for the Engineering Quantum Systems Group. She has been working in higher education since 2014 with a focus on international environments and tech equity. Ultimately, she hopes to utilize technology to make education more widely and easily accessible.
When she's not working, you can catch her cooking for friends and hosting dinner parties, exploring different street styles, and reading mags/journaling/wandering around.

Vice President: Jacob henner


Jacob Henner is the Vice President of the club.

He grew up in Atlanta and went to the University of Georgia where he got his BBA in Marketing. He moved up to Boston in September, 2017 and has worked in various marketing roles since then.

Jacob began attending Rotaract events soon after moving to Boston because it provided a social community of people who also like to serve the community. By having a big team of motivated people, we accomplish a lot more than we could alone. He's found it to be a great balance of having fun with friends while also serving others.

Since getting inducted, Jacob has been on the board first as a Service Chair and now as the Vice President. If you are looking to get involved, or just want to see what Rotaract is all about, then reach out or show up to a meeting!



Treasurer: Allison Llanso

Allison LLanso is the Boston Rotaract Treasurer for 2018-2019, and formerly served in this same role starting in early 2019. Allison’s love for Rotary started when she went on a youth exchange to Slovakia (D2240) in 2011-2012. After her exchange, Allison attended Boston College, studying International Studies and Eastern European Studies. Having spent the first few years of her career in Market Research Consulting in Chicago, she is excited to be back in Boston and be an active part of the Rotary family and give back to the community. 

volunteer service co-chair: Stefany Araujo

(Bio coming soon!)

Volunteer service co-chair: Eric wellers

Eric moved to the Boston area in 2012 to study International Relations at Tufts University. Since graduating, he worked at State Street bank, then in the local craft beer scene, and then as a temp in a variety of odd-jobs. All the while, he has been taking more classes, exploring the city, and figuring out what he wants out of his twenties.After meeting Sam Anders through a mutual friend and talking about their lives, Sam recommended he check out Roteract. At his first meeting, it was obvious to Eric that a club like this what he was missing; not just a way to explore Boston but a way to engage with it and get involved.
For Eric, service is the key way to turn awareness into action.For fun, he likes:
•    To read, talk about book recommendations, and write fiction
•    To practice and compete in Brazilian Jiujitsu
•    To cook and homebrew fun mealsRecently he completed his first half-mile open-water swim and his next goal is to learn to ice-skate and restart taking Spanish lessons.
Eric is very optimistic about his next few years in Boston. He started a new job as an Immigration Generalist at Seyfarth Shaw, and he is eager to find fun volunteer opportunities as one of Rotaract’s Community Service Co-Chairs.
He is really excited to meet all of you and help make this next year the best one yet.

membership chair: Mallory mccoy

Mallory is the 2019-2020 Membership Chair for the Boston Rotaract Club. This year, she also serves as the District 7930 Rotaract Chair, and as a Liaison/Dual-member with the Downtown Boston Rotary Club. Mallory works in higher education, as the Academic Coordinator in Harvard University's Department of Human Evolutionary Biology. She graduated from Northeastern University in 2014 with a BA in economics and international affairs (go Huskies!) and recently completed her Master’s degree in Museum Studies at Harvard. 
Mallory joined Rotaract in 2013, and is most drawn to the international community in the organization for its amazing capacity to do good in the world. 

If you want more info about Rotaract/Rotary, have any questions, or want to talk about a Rotary-Rotaract collaboration, give Mallory a shout! 



external communications chair: lizzy egan

Lizzy was first exposed to Rotary through District 6970’s Rotary Youth Exchange program, where she was fortunate enough to be a host sister two times. She was involved with Interact, attended RYLA & was also a junior counselor for RYLA. 
Since then, Lizzy graduated from Babson College in 2016, where she studied marketing and strategic management. She currently works at Talbots as an SEO Analyst. Lizzy decided to join Boston Rotaract in 2018 to get re-involved with Rotary & help give back to the local and international community. 
She is excited be back in the external communications role for a second year and can't wait to help promote the club & its events over the next year. 

internal communications chair: clement mercier

(Bio coming soon!) 
Clement manages Boston Rotaract's newsletter and website. If you have questions or contributions for either, please reach out to him!