Upcoming Speakers
Oct 04, 2016
Roy Smith
Country Girls Creamery
Oct 11, 2016
Todd Jackson
Hattiesburg Chamber Area Development Partnership
Oct 18, 2016
Emily Havens
Grammy Museum


kathryn rehner

Kathryn Rehner is the Project Director for the Mississippi Health Access Collaborative (MHAC) at the University of Southern Mississippi. MHAC aims to create sustainable access to health in the 24 southernmost counties in the State. She developed the health access model being implemented through MHAC as the Coordinator for the City of Hattiesburg’s E3 Health Initiative. This model has brought 2 million dollars in grant funding for health access to south Mississippi. She received her MSW from the University of Alabama. 

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William H. ‘Billy’ Redd, a business leader and experienced manager, is the CEO of the Foundation for MS Wildlife, Fisheries & Parks.  Billy brings his dedication to community service and his love of the outdoors to his leadership of the organization, whose programs provide financial support for various projects associated with the MS Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks.  The projects, which include Super Hunt, Youth Wildlife Art Contest, Foundation Scholarship, Archery In Schools (AIMS), tracking MS black bears, and the Governor’s Hunt, serve to protect and preserve the natural resources of the state of Mississippi.
An alumnus of Mississippi State University and with a Master in Business Administration from Millsaps College, Billy began his career with the Foundation in November 2013.       
Prior to joining the Foundation, Billy worked with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Mississippi where he served on the Board of Directors for nine years.  From April 1997 to June 2013, Billy was the President/CEO of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Mississippi.   

wes brooks, district governor's "heart of the club" award recipient

Pictured: Past President, Wes Brooks ('14-'15) and 6840 District Governor Randy Feldman.
Today District Governor Randy Feldman recognized Wes Brooks with the "Heart of the Club" Award for going "above and beyond" in his service and dedication to the Rotary Club of Hattiesburg. 
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