Rotaract UW members have access to a formidable worldwide network of leaders in every professional field who can serve as mentors and contribute to our professional development.  Our Club provides opportunities that build lasting friendships, but also instill leadership, teamwork, motivation, and practical skills in our members.  In the spirit of good citizenship, we will benefit our community and the world through volunteer activities and philanthropic events.


In Madison alone, Rotaract UW members have access to 500 business and community leaders—but also an additional 1.2 million leaders in every U.S. state and nearly every country in the world.  Regardless of your major or year in school, no other student organization offers such tremendous networking opportunities.  The least important benefit that UW Rotaract has is adding 3-4 lines to your resume.  The most important benefit is building relationships that will make a positive difference in your life. 


The UW Rotaract Chapter provides formidable networking and professional development opportunities to our members while making a positive difference in the community and the world.


Our events vary, including general member meetings, intriguing speakers from experts in an array of professional fields, volunteering events and fundraising activities. These diverse activities relate to a complete spectrum of majors and interests.


Members of Rotaract are diverse in all sentiments - in Rotaract your unique perspective and skills are welcome and encouraged. Additionally, we enthusiastically accept students of all majors to join Rotaract and contribute to our community while developing as a professional.


Natalie Worcester, President

I am a senior at UW-Madison studying Political Science and Communication Arts. As well as Rotaract, I am involved in Model United Nations on campus, I love reading books with strong female leads, and I work for the Wisconsin Philanthropy Network. From my experiences on campus, I have formed a passion for nonprofit development and can’t wait to pursue it after graduation.  

Michael Neiman, Vice President


I am a junior planning to double major in Economics and Psychology. I spend my free time constantly curious, always looking for a new experience. I enjoy listening to music, watching sports, and conversing with friends. I'm excited to be a part of something great and I can't wait to get started!

Anna Sumpter, Treasurer


I am a sophomore at UW-Madison, currently halfway through pursuing my BBA in Operations Technology Management with a certificate in Supply Chain Management. Besides my passion for logistics, I enjoy spending time with family and friends, and find true enthusiasm in community service and philanthropic efforts. I am looking forward to bringing that same energy to the Madison area and empowering others to do the same!

Ryan Severson, Director of Marketing


I am currently a sophomore at Madison studying Finance and Real Estate. I like spending my free time on the lake or watching movies with friends. Besides Rotaract, I am involved in Ethical and Responsible Business Network and Undergraduate Business Council. I believe Rotaract has given me a great opportunity to develop my skills and meet amazing people, and I cannot wait to see what new experiences will happen next!

Jacob Cording, Director of Community Service


I’m a sophomore here at UW-Madison studying Finance and Economics.  I spend my time working and participating in organizations like Rotaract and Big Brother Big Sister.  I hope to see our membership grow as we make a greater impact on our campus and community. 

Wyatt Eiden, Director of Philanthropy and Secretary


I am a sophomore at UW Madison studying biochemistry. Outside of Rotaract, I enjoy listening to music, spending time in nature, and meeting new people in my community. I look forward to this coming school year and being able to work with and meet many great people!