Bob Lee, residing in Hilton Head Island, SC is in his eleventh year as the Executive Director of Heroes of Horseback, an equine-assisted therapeutic riding program for special needs individuals. He is also treasurer for the Hilton Head Island Concours d’Elegance and serves as Chairman of its Driving Young America Foundation, which provides grants to students involved in the automobile industry and to regional youth organizations. Bob is trustee emeritus of the board of trustees for the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina and also serves on the board for Area 8 Special Olympics. Bob is very civically active having served on the Town of Hilton Head Island’s Venue Committee, after sitting on the Town’s former Arts & Cultural Strategic Planning Committee. Before his involvement in non-profit, Bob had an extensive career in banking, finance, and manufacturing. Bob also spent ten years as an adjunct professor of entrepreneurship at Armstrong State University (now Georgia Southern-Armstrong Campus).
Donald Fountain resides in Glennville, Georgia and is the Chief Operations Officer for Rotary Corporation. Donald has been employed by Rotary Corporation the world's largest supplier of outdoor power equipment aftermarket parts and accessories for 44 years. He has been very active in his local community serving on the Glennville City Council as well as sitting Chairman for two terms on the Tattnall County Board of Education. Donald served as Chairman of Southeastern Technical Colleges Foundation Board of Directors for ten years and lead the effort to establish their Annual Fundraising Campaign, which enabled the College to partner with donors to support and invest in students, faculty, and staff to build a stronger community. Donald has been a member of the Glennville Rotary Club for 34 years and has served the Club and District 6920 in various leadership rolls.
(In Memory of) Lynn Hadwin
**Lynn Hadwin passed away in January, 2021. In memory of Lynn and his loving personality and memory, we feature him on our website. Lynn was instrumental in the starting and growing of IVolunteer International. May the world remember his giving and kind life.** Lynford (Lynn) B. Hadwin was a native of South Carolina but lived in Savannah since the age of 10. He was a member of Savannah Board of Realtors operating Hadwin Realty, Inc. in Savannah, GA. He was active in community affairs with membership in Georgia Historical Society, Telfair Museum, Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation, previously served on the Davenport Museum Committee, presently on the Board of Bonaventure Historical Society, Chair of the Diaconate of First Baptist Church of Savannah. He was a member of The Rotary Club of Savannah South for 31 years, having perfect attendance. He served as District Governor for Rotary District 6920. He was active in the Georgia Rotary Student Program serving in the capacity of Vice Chair and has introduced the Program in many parts of the world.
Andy has over 25 years of experience representing high net worth individuals, entrepreneurs, and business owners in domestic and international estate planning, asset protection planning and wealth management planning. Additionally, Andy works with early stage companies and alternative asset investments. Andy is a member of the Georgia and Alabama Bar associations, the Planned Giving Advisory Council for Georgia State University, and the Public Policy Advisory Committee of the Angel Capital Association. Locally, Andy is a member of the Rotary Club of Savannah South and a member of the German Friendly Society of Savannah.