"Every day, in our communities and our neighbours, people face tough challenges — conflict, disease, and lack of clean water, health care, education, and economic opportunity. Rotarians are people of action, driven by a desire to create opportunities, strengthen communities, and find solutions to the tough challenges that affect people around the world.  I look forward to leading D9400 with the leadership, committees, Rotarians and Rotary Anns, to engage and inspire members, and promote Rotary in all the communities."
DG Annemarie Mostert is a social entrepreneur, charter member of The Rotary E Club of Southern Africa D9400 and Past President of Johannesburg and Northcliff.
Annemarie, together with Hans, is a Major Donor, Paul Harris Fellow with 3 rubies, Paul Harris Society member and a Benefactor.   In November 2016 she received the Responsible Business Owner award at Rotary International United Nations open day in New York, awarded to 6 Rotarians in the world.                               
She is the chairperson of the African Centennial Celebrations to be held in Johannesburg in April 2021, working closely with her team and classmates in Southern Africa.                                   
Annemarie and Past President Hans, also a Paul Harris Fellow and Benefactor have 3 married children and 2 grandchildren.
Promoting People of Action in all our Clubs: 
Rotary Opens Opportunities
DG Annemarie Mostert has identified a number of District 9400 goals: 
1. Grow Rotary clubs in D9400 to 100 (satellite clubs and traditional clubs) 
2. Celebrate African Centennial in 23 – 25 April 2021 in Johannesburg (100 years celebration of Rotary Club of Johannesburg)
3. Leave a legacy: Mediation Centre for Africans in Africa. Launch date: 25 April 2021 – Legacy for next 100 years: Introduce 100 Mediators = 100 Rotarians
4. Encourage all clubs in D9400 to achieve 100% Rotary International President’s Citation
5. Ensure at least 100 more members (350 members) in the district to  participate on Rotary E Leaning platform (currently 246 Rotarians have completed at least one module on E-Learning. 2104 modules done collectively)
Other Goals:
100 Service Projects;
100 Awards;
100 Speakers;
100 Fellowship events ….. linked to fundraising;
Implement a new system - Club Runner - at no cost to the clubs