Malcolm Lindquist

Malcolm Lindquist

Malcolm is the Rotary Zone Coordinator for 12 Districts in Zone 8 which includes Papua New Guinea, Timor Leste and the Solomon Islands and has been jointly responsible for administering the Regional Membership Development Plan for Australia and New Zealand and is responsible for distributing the electronic newsletter Rotary on the Move.

In 2010-11 Malcolm was the District Governor of Rotary District 9520. He joined the Rotary Club of Brownhill Creek in 1986 and was President in 1990/91.  In 1990 he was a member of a Fourth Avenue In Motion (FAIM) team to the Solomon Islands and in 2003 led a Group Study Exchange (GSE) team to District 2760, Japan.

He was the project manager for the construction of an orphanage school in Kathmandu which was the dream of the late David Rusk.

Malcolm and wife Antoinette, also a Rotarian, have 3 children Louise, Fiona and Michael and are proud grandparents of Matilda, Bella, Finn and Mallee. Malcolm enjoys all things sporting and still manages to play tennis and golf, and dabbles with wine. Malcolm shares with Antoinette a love of travel and gardening.