Public Image Seminar Information
This seminar will discuss the opportunities and options available to develop and execute effective public imaging in both Rotary and business applications. This is an asset which can be used to improve your club’s image in the community and, when effectively applied, create greater interest and visibility for your business or profession as well as build and sustain the Public Image of your Club and Rotary.  
Presented by Rotary Public Image Coordinator, Zone 32 (2016-19) PDG Daniel T. Ceglia
A highly sought-after advisor in corporate leadership development, Dan was profiled in Money Magazine for his business skills and development strategies executed in the manufacturing, construction, healthcare, transportation, chemical products, wholesale/retail and printing venues. He has traveled throughout Europe for business.

In 2006 Dan founded Strategic Business Management Group, LLC, a consulting, executive mentoring and business coaching firm facilitating clients in the Philadelphia-South Jersey, Middle-Atlantic markets while continuing to retain a few international clients.

Reaffirming an earlier commitment made in 1985 as a Rotarian, he joined the Audubon-Haddon Twp-Oaklyn, New Jersey Rotary Club (District 7640 – Zone 32) in 2007. Dan was honored to have been selected as the Governor of District for 2013-14, which included fifty one (51) clubs and 1250 members in all six counties of South Jersey. He was the 2012 Chairperson of the New Jersey Vocational Assembly comprised of over 5000 businesses in New Jersey. He began a three year appointment as Rotary Public Image Coordinator (RPIC) for Zone 32 which extends from Cape May, New Jersey, through Eastern Pennsylvania and New York, all of New England, South Eastern Canada and Bermuda, beginning in July 2016.

He has been on the coadjutant faculties of Temple and Rowan Universities, co-founded the Philadelphia Chapter of The CEO Club, is a certified facilitator and served as a Director on multiple corporate and non-profit Boards. As a pilot, and after serving in the USAF, he continues to maintain a passion for aviation holding Commercial, Multi-engine and Instrument ratings.