Meeting Info
    We meet Mondays at 12:00 PM       
     Eldorado Convention Center 
    345 N. Virginia St.   
 Reno, NV  89501
Upcoming Programs
Emily Jaenson
Sep 24, 2018
New Reno Aces G.M.
New Reno Aces G.M.

Emily Jaenson grew up in northern Illinois and attended the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign graduating from the College of Media with a degree in Advertising.  Jaenson cut her teeth in sports as an intern in the Chicago Bulls ticket department where she sold season and group tickets during the 2005-2006 season. Eighty calls a day, hitting the phones, to fill the United Center on game day truly taught her that the fans are the life blood of any sports organization.

Leaving the Bulls, Jaenson took the non-profit route, planning galas, selling sponsorships, and launching fundraising programs for Muscular Dystrophy Association Chicago and then Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northern Nevada. In 2013 the Reno Aces came calling where Jaenson grew from sponsorship account executive to Vice President in two years.

In 2016 Jaenson left Reno with her family for Houston where she had a chance to volunteer for Super Bowl 51, work as Sales Director on the World Corporate Games Houston and the inaugural Houston Sports Awards Show (Houston’s “ESPYS”), and work for Houston Methodist, the number one hospital in Texas, to manage business development through their sports partnerships. 

Jaenson returned to Reno on May 1, 2018 to accept the position as General Manager of the Reno Aces.  Jaenson is currently the only female GM in Triple-A baseball and the first in almost two decades.  Jaenson’s role as GM is to lead day to day business operations for baseball, oversee the baseball event experience, lead baseball operations with MiLB, PCL, and liaise with the Clubhouse, and ensure year round brand relevance of the Aces brand in Northern Nevada.

Jaenson is married to Shawn Jaenson, a Navy veteran, and has two young sons, Magnus and Anders.

Dark-No Meeting
Oct 01, 2018
Club Social Function on Oct. 3rd
Heidi Howe and Darin Balaam
Oct 08, 2018
Candidates for Washoe County Sheriff Forum
International Projects
Rotary's International Impact
While our Rotary club is active in our local community, here's a peek into the impact Rotary International has worldwide.
Upcoming Events
Projects Funded by Reno Rotary

Presented by the Reno Rotary Foundation and produced by the Rotary Club of Reno, Reno Mardi Gras is the club’s primary fundraiser. With the event’s proceeds and contributions from members, the club donated more than $193,000 between July 2016 through June 2017 to the following:


  • Reno Rotary Sculpture Park designed and built with City of Reno 
  • Lemelson STEM Academy reading programs, 5th graders at Grizzley Creek Ranch Camp via Sierra Nevada Journeys, Math contests via NNvMath, and more
  • Rotarians At Work Day
  • Bulb planting at Riverside Drive
  • WCSD Science Fair and Role Model Summit
  • NV Fit for Education at UNR
  • Nevada Youth Empowerment Project for PIT Count for Homeless Youth
  • KNPB Young Writers Workshop
  • Community Service – Career Coaching, Bell Ringing for Salvation Army


  • Vocational Scholarships (TMCC, UNR, others)
  • Teacher Recognition
  • Law Enforcement Recognition


  • Rotary Youth Exchange (RYE)
  • Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA)
  • Music and Speech Contests
  • Middle School Program (REGL)
  • Achievement Beyond Obstacles (ABO)
  • Interact Clubs at Innovations & Reno High Schools
  • Rotaract Club for young adults (18 to 30)


  • Panama Orphanage, to support abandoned and disabled children (Colon, Panama)
  • Neurosurgical operating instruments - Hotel Dieu (Beirut, Lebanon)
  • Clean water in Baja California and House building in Tijuana (Mexico)
  • Trained nurses in Nursing Education (Uganda)
  • Bought cows for a cow farm (Nepal)
  • Makang Thailand Scholarships - for girls to continue their education (Thailand)
  • RC Beirut Cosmopolitan School for the Deaf & Blind (Beirut, Lebanon)
  • Polio Plus, supporting efforts to eliminate Polio (worldwide)