No, that isn’t a typographical error in the headline.
A “Rosnarian” is the insiders’ term for an active Rotarian who belongs to Rotarians On Social Networks Fellowship (ROSNf).
The group, recognized by Rotary International, is an online fellowship of Rotarians around the world to network via Facebook, Twitter and other social media and to assist individual Rotarians and Rotary Clubs in expanding their expertise and reach.
ROSNf’s statement of purpose:
Our mission is to promote Rotary fellowship, service and public relations utilizing all the tools available on social networks.
Social networking is invaluable for building and reinforcing Rotary friendships, with the ability to share snapshots of your personal life in a non-intrusive way that enable you to find more in common with other Rotarians, Rotaractors, Interactors and Rotary alumni. It also provides a free, easy and effective way to share your Rotary story with the wider world.
ROSNF is not just a website. What sets us apart from other computer-based fellowships and Rotary-related groups and pages is that we provide comprehensive education and practical training and support about social networking, for all levels of experience.
Go here for the full details on ROSNf’s programs, membership application, and more.
And, scroll down for a chart of ROSNf websites.