We’re proud to have these members as part of our Chapel Hill Rotary Club family:
Jim was born and raised in Beaufort, N.C., where his father was superintendent of Carteret County Schools. Jim received his Bachelor of Arts and graduated cum laude from the Univ. of Arizona, his Master’s and PhD in Sociology and Ethics at Boston University, and his MSPH at UNC-CH Gillings School of Global Public Health. He spent 30 years at the Carolina Population Center and as a professor of Health Policy and Management at Gillings. He was the departmental director of Population Program Administration for four years. His experience at Gillings also includes Associate Dean of Academic Affairs and six years as director of the MPH and MSPH Master’s program.
For the past 30 years, Jim has focused on long term care administration. He is the president of www.LongTermCareAdministration.com, which offers web-based education courses serving state nursing home and assisted living licensing boards, providing both original licensure programs for eight states and continuing education units for 49 state boards. He provides legal consulting in long term care issues in eight states.
His publications include the textbook Nursing Home Administration (Springer) now in its 6th edition (2012); Federal Requirements and Guidelines to Surveyors (Springer) 8th edition (2013); and a number of other long term care books, texts and publications. He is married to his teenage sweetheart, Delight Doner Allen. Jim’s hobby is real estate. He developed Timberlyne residential and commercial areas comprising 173 acres in the 1980s, and now focuses on rental properties in Chapel Hill and California.
Tim has over 15 years of experience providing financial advice to institutions as well as individual investors. He has worked at Cambridge Associates, Aronson+Johnson+Ortiz, and most recently UNC gaining valuable knowledge of how institutions approach investing and asset allocation. Tim’s primary goal is to create a partnership with clients which results in a comprehensive review of their finances prior to making prudent recommendations to attain their objectives.
For the past 5 years, Tim has worked with individuals and small businesses in providing financial services for investing, financial planning, and risk management. He is a Certified Financial Planner, TM and is licensed by FINRA for securities with a Series 7 license, investment advisory services with a Series 66 license and holds insurance licenses for life, disability and long-term care.
Tim lives in Chapel Hill with his wife Tami and their two young daughters.
Before coming from the University of Oklahoma to North Carolina in 1967 for graduate work at North Carolina State University, Gary spent his boyhood in MA, NJ, Long Island and Oklahoma. He graduated from North Carolina State with a PhD in economics and statistics in 1973.
His professional career has included teaching at UNC-Greensboro (1972-1979), university administration in the UNC-System General Administration (1979-2000), and consulting on the determinants and measurement of teacher quality (2001-2007). His administrative responsibilities focused on matters related to university planning, program assessment, public service, tuition and student financial aid policy, minimum admission requirements for member institutions, enrollment projections, internal and external data reporting at all levels, and college access issues.
Gary’s family includes his wife, two children, and two granddaughters.
Born in Charlotte, North Carolina, Stanley W. Black graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and received his Ph. D. in Economics from Yale University. He taught first at Princeton University and then at Vanderbilt University. In 1983 he returned to the University of North Carolina as Georges Lurcy Professor of Economics, serving as Department Chairman from 1985 to 1990.
His government experience has included service with the President’s Council of Economic Advisers, the Federal Reserve Board, and the Department of State. He has been a visiting scholar or professor at the Institute of International Economics in Stockholm, the University of Siena, Yale University, the Brookings Institution, the International Monetary Fund, and was Bundesbank Visiting Professor at the Free University in Berlin in Summer 1997. From 1994 to 1997 he was nonresident Director of Economic Studies for the American Institute of Contemporary German Studies of the Johns Hopkins University in Washington, DC and was Senior Policy Advisor at the International Monetary Fund during 2000-2001. He became emeritus professor in 2008. Dr. Black has worked primarily on problems of floating exchange rates and macroeconomic policy, especially the portfolio theory of floating exchange rates with rational expectations. His work relates to the behavior of exchange rates, the international use of currencies, and European economic issues. His books include Floating Exchange Rates and National Economic Policy (1977), Europe’s Economy Looks East(1997), Competition and Convergence in Financial Markets (1998) and Globalization, Technological Change, and Labor Markets (1998). Recent papers include “Fixing the Flaws in the Eurozone”, VoxEU.org, Nov. 2010 and “The Portfolio Theory of Exchange Rates – Then and Now.”
Lynn Blanchard is the Director of the Carolina Center for Public Service and Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Health Behavior at UNC-Chapel Hill. She received her undergraduate degree in primary education at East Carolina University and began her career as a public school teacher. She later returned to school and received her MPH and PhD degrees from the Gillings School of Global Public Health at UNC-Chapel Hill.
Formerly, she was associate director of Family Support Network of North Carolina and served on the faculty at the UNC Schools of Public Health and Medicine. From 1996 to 2002 she directed an award-winning community health improvement initiative in eastern Pennsylvania and held a faculty appointment at the Pennsylvania State University School of Medicine.
Since coming to the Carolina Center for Public Service, she has overseen the programmatic development of the Center, including the Buckley Public Service Scholars and Faculty Engaged Scholars programs as well as the more recent integration of the APPLES Service-Learning program into the Center. She teaches the undergraduate course Philanthropy as a Tool for Social Change and serves as faculty advisor to graduate student capstone teams in the Department of Health Behavior. In these roles, and in others, she is an advocate of Carolina’s responsibility to address community and state needs through the concept of engaged scholarship.
Donald Boulton is Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Emeritus and a retired Professor from UNC Chapel Hill. He is active in the community through the Interfaith Council, the Preservation Society of Chapel Hill, and the Art Center. He is a member of the Chapel Hill Country Club and enjoys reading, golf and travel. Don remains active at the University through the Retired Faculty Association.
William J. Colclough (Bill) was born in a very rural area of Durham County. It is now near the Research Triangle Park. He graduated from the University of North Carolina with a degree in history(education). He taught school for several years in Durham County. He served as president of the Durham County Teachers Association. He received a master’s degree in counseling from UNC. He was a counselor at Jordan High School in Durham until he retired. He was elected president of the Triangle Guidance Association.
He has lived in the same house since 1980. He joined the Chapel Hill Rotary Club in 1976. Bill says that Chapel Hill is a fun place for a single person. He enjoys Carolina football and basketball, and also likes going to the beach. He is a member of the Chapel Hill sports club and an active member of University Methodist Church.
Originally from Hillsborough, Grad of UNC, grad work in Business Adm and accelerated 2 year Law at UNC.
US Navy Commander (26.5 years). Command Officer and Executive Officer of units in Durham, Raleigh and Norfolk VA.
Past President of Chapel Hill Rotary Club, Paul Harris Fellow, Major Donor
President of Chapel Hill Realtors, Certified Residential and General (Commercial) appraiser with CDA designation),
Chair, Orange Co Heart Fund, Founders Award and Community Service Award.
GOP Hall of Fame recipient
Long Leaf Pine awrd from Governor
Realtor awards: Community Service, Office of the year, Lifetime Achievement, and Realtor Emeritus.
Past Pres of Island Beach and Racquet Club; Atlantic Beach NC, VP of Tilghman Beach and Racquet Club, N Myrtle Beach SC.
Established PH Craig Real Estate Economic Development Scholarships.
Hobbies: Collecting and restoring classic cars, and Shag dancing.
Arthur was born January 18, 1929 in Tarboro. He has lived in the Durham-Chapel Hill area since 1947, when he entered North Carolina State University. After graduation from N.C. State University and two years of service with the U.S. Army in Korea, Arthur moved to Chapel Hill in pursuit of a law degree at UNC.
He joined Northwestern Mutual Life while in law school and served one year in NML’s home office in Milwaukee as Superintendent of Agencies before moving to Durham in 1966 upon his appointment as Northwestern’s General Agent for eastern North Carolina. His agency was ranked among NML’s Top Twenty Agencies when he retired. Arthur retired as General Agent for Northwest Mutual in 1994 but continues to serve as a senior agent.
Arthur was the 1976-77 President of the eastern North Carolina chapter of the American Society of Chartered Life Underwriters and is a past president of the Raleigh General Agents and Managers Association. He is a 1978 Life and Qualifying recipient of the National Management Award. He is active in the Rotary Club of Chapel Hill, University United Methodist Church, the North Carolina Botanical Garden, and the UNC Global Education Center.
Anna is an experienced health care professional. She is an honor’s graduate of Salem College in Winston-Salem, N.C., where she majored in Spanish. In addition, Anna has a Master’s degree in Business Administration from UNC’s Kenan- Flagler Business School and a Master’s degree in Library and Information Science from UNC – Chapel Hill. Anna enjoys reading, playing tennis, water sports, and travel.
John Felten is a native of the Louisville, Ky/Indiana area. He attended seminary in high school and college years, earning an undergraduate degree in classical languages.
He eventually reconsidered a clerical career because of reluctance and concern about vows of poverty and chastity, and turned towards science. He obtained MS and PhD degrees in chemistry and worked for DuPont Electronic Materials division for 33 years, accumulating several dozen families of patents over his career. He is retired and currently working part time with a startup venture specializing in novel electrical energy storage devices.
John is married to Kitty Felten (nee Arterburn); they have four children and eight grandchildren. Kitty has a significant hobby making quilts, and has organized quilt shows for Chapel Hill Rotary charity benefits sponsored by P.H. Craig. John’s hobbies are photography and astronomy.
Paul Newman Guthrie Jr. was born in Virginia and came to North Carolina in 1946. He attended Swarthmore College and did graduate work at The University of Pennsylvania.
Paul’s career in intergovernmental relations and management analysis began in the office of the managing director of the City of Philadelphia, including an assignment to the research and planning office of the Philadelphia police commissioner. He later returned to North Carolina as assistant executive director of the N.C. County Commissioners Association. He served in state government on the State Planning Task Force and the N.C. Department of Local Affairs, and as the state’s liaison officer to the U.S. Office of Economic Opportunity and to local N.C. community action programs.
Paul retired to Chapel Hill in 2004. He has been married to artist Lolette Francoise Sudaka Guthrie for 52 years and has two daughters and one granddaughter. His hobbies include family geneology and early history of the Appalachian region of the Southeastern U.S.
Rodger Harris was born in Milwaukee and lived in Waukesha, Wisconsin, through high school. He attended the University of Wisconsin, Madison, earning both BS and MS degrees in geology. He worked during high school and college vacations as a YMCA camp counselor, grave digger, and field geologist in Wisconsin and northern Michigan and as a teaching assistant in the Geology Department at UW while on campus. Following college, he worked for Shell Oil Company in New Mexico and Texas. He married Kathy in Santa Fe and lived in Las Vegas, New Mexico, and Midland, Sweetwater, and Houston, Texas and back to Midland for 12 years. Both their children were born in Midland.
After fourteen years he left Shell, attended the University of Oklahoma, earned an MLS degree, and was employed as the librarian in charge of the Geology and Zoology libraries on the UNC-CH campus. A year later, he was invited to move to the catalog department as associated department head. A year later he was promoted to department head and remained in that position for 26 years in Wilson and Davis libraries.
He has served as president of the Chapel Hill Rotary Club, and is currently on the board of directors of Shared Learning and the Friends of the Chapel Hill Public Library. He and Kathy spend their summers at their cabin in Colorado at 9,100 feet elevation and have made nine trips overseas since retiring in 1999.
Hendree Jones, PhD
Hendree was born in Richmond, VA and she and her family (husband Erik Lensch and two children) moved to North Carolina in 2006. She is a Professor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, School of Medicine, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and Executive Director of Horizons, a comprehensive drug treatment program for pregnant and parenting women and their drug-exposed children. She is also an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Psychology, UNC, Chapel Hill and an Adjunct Professor in the Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, School of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University.
Dr. Jones is an internationally recognized expert in the development and examination of both behavioral and pharmacologic treatments for pregnant women and their children in risky life situations. Dr. Jones has received continuous funding from the United States National Institutes of Health since 1994 and has published over 175 publications, two books on treating substance use disorders (one for pregnant and parenting women and the other for a more general population of patients), numerous book and textbook chapters. She is a consultant for SAMHSA, the United Nations and the World Health Organization. Dr. Jones leads or is involved in projects in Afghanistan, the Southern Cone, the Republic of Georgia, South Africa, and the United States which are focused on improving the lives of children, women and families.
Charlé LaMonica is the Director of World View at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. As Director, Charlé works with World View’s Partners both on and off campus, forges strategic alliances and collaborations with schools and community colleges and represents World View in the state and on the national stage. With a background in Chinese history, LaMonica’s international career began in the 1980s when she led some of the first American medical and legal delegations to the People’s Republic of China. In the United States she taught English, history, language arts and social studies in middle and high schools for more than 15 years and also taught world history at the community college and university level. Before joining World View, Charlé served as Director of International Studies at Charlotte Country Day School where she designed and coordinated faculty and student exchanges throughout the world. Her involvement in international business and education has allowed her to collaborate with those working in Asia, Europe, Latin America, the former Soviet Union and parts of Africa. Charlé holds a Master’s degree from UNC Charlotte and a Bachelor’s degree from Boston College.
Bob Lowman is associate vice chancellor for research and research professor of psychology at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Born and raised in California, he attended the University of Southern California and Claremont Graduate School.
Bob is a past president of the Society of Psychologists in Management. He is also past chair of the Triangle Area Research Directors Council, a group of research leaders in the Research Triangle Park area. He has served on the Board of Directors of the National Council of University Research Administrators and currently serves on the Board and Executive Committee of the North Carolina Association for Biomedical Research. He is a past president of Chapel Hill Rotary and has also served as club secretary.
On April 10, 2012, Art returned home to central North Carolina as Executive Director of The ArtsCenter in Carrboro, NC, the cultural centerpiece of one of the most vibrant and progressive communities in America.
Art Menius received both the B.A. (with honors) and M.A. in history from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Art is married to bluegrass DJ and photographer Becky Johnson, author of Inside Bluegrass. Following three and one-half years as an Interpretations Specialist for research at the North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources, Menius entered the music field as a writer and production assistant for the Nashville Network bluegrass and old-time music series, “Fire on the Mountain.” In September 1983 he began publishing reviews and features about roots music for publications ranging from Bluegrass Unlimited to the [Raleigh] News & Observer. Other adventures along the way have included editing and desktop publishing books for the Forest History Society, promoting a live performance bluegrass radio series on 117 commercial stations, emceeing and stage managing at dozens of music festivals in USA and Canada, and serving as a consultant on the acclaimed film, “High Lonesome”.
In 1990 the North American Folk Music & Dance Alliance elected Menius the President of its first board of directors. In April 1991 he became its first manager, serving in that capacity until June 1996. Following a period as an artistic representative, Menius became Associate Festival Coordinator for MerleFest, the enormous outdoor folk festival presented by Wilkes Community College in Wilkesboro, NC. Following a decade there, Menius served as Director of Appalshop, the acclaimed Appalachian media and arts center in Whitesburg, Kentucky from July 2007 until March 2010. On November 2, 2011, Menius completed his work as Director of Development for Common Ground on the Hill.
Pressly M. Millen, Jr. will be 80 years old on May 7, 2013. He was born and raised in Charlotte, N.C. He graduated from UNC Chapel Hill in 1955, when he received a commission in the U.S. Air Force. He spent the next three years on active duty and then about seven more years in the Reserves, all as a navigator in various planes flying all over the world. He had about 2000 flight hours when he left the Air Force, and still has a passion for travel.
Press was sales manager of the Recycled Paperboard division of the Federal Paperboard Company for 30 years.
He has been a Rotarian for 53 years and belonged to four different clubs. He was president of the Old Saybrook, Connecticut Rotary in 1975. He has three grown and married children and ten grandchildren. One of his sons is a very active member of the Charlotte Rotary Club.
Dr. Rex Moody is a psychiatristwho has been in private practice in Chapel Hill since 1991. He received his B.S. in 1983 and his M.D. in 1987, both from UNC Chapel Hill. He did his internship and residency at Duke University, which he completed in 1991. He teaches residents from UNC Chapel Hill, is an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at UNC, and is a Clinical Associate with Duke University’s Department of Psychiatry, though his primary focus is on clinical care of patients.
He is active in his profession, having served on numerous committees in the N.C. Psychiatric Association and the N.C. Psychoanalytic Society. He was president of the Rotary Club of Chapel Hill from 2011-2012 and will be president of the N.C. Psychoanalytic Society from 2014-2015.
A native of Virginia, Ken has lived in Chapel Hill since 1982. His first contact with Rotary was in 1978, when he was a GSE Team Member from D7600 in Virginia to D1440 in Denmark. He served a two-year term on the RI Board of Directors from July 2004 to June 2006.
A member of the Rotary Club of Chapel Hill, North Carolina since 1983, Ken has served in numerous RI capacities including Vice Chairman of the Rotary Peace Centers Committee and Vice Chair of the 2010 Montreal Convention Committee. He is currently serving as Aide to the 2014-2015 President of Rotary International.
Ken is a recipient of the RI Service Above Self Award, and The Rotary Foundation Citation for Meritorious Service and Distinguished Service Award. In 2007, he received the International Service Award for a Polio-Free World.
Ken has been Executive Director of the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors – North Carolina since 1995.
Ken and Winnie have a daughter Rebecca and two grandchildren living in Richmond.
Winnie Morgan is an Honorary Rotarian of the Rotary Club of Chapel Hill but more importantly, a Rotarian in her heart. She is very involved with Rotary activities with her Rotarian spouse, Ken.
Winnie is a professional speaker, trainer and contractor, currently serving as the Faith Initiative Coordinator for Durham’s Partnership for Children. Before starting her own business in 1989, she was an administrator and youth development specialist for local government in Virginia. Various contracts have included being the Faith Involvement Coordinator for Orange County DSS Work First, curriculum designer and trainer of NYC teachers and principals on service learning, trainer of volunteer management in Belarus & Ukraine, and Camp Director for UNC’s pediatric burn survivor camp.
Winnie is a native Tar Heel that graduated from East Carolina University and received additional degrees from VA Tech. Winnie is an active volunteer including serving as an Elder and Stephen Minister in her church, chairing the Orange County Commission for Women, ushering for UNC basketball games, being on the KidZNotes Advisory Board, and serving as Chair of the charter board for the Diaper Bank of NC. Being a grandmother is her favorite role in life!
James Peacock is Kenan Professor of Anthropology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He received a BA from Duke and a PhD from Harvard. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and was president of the American Anthropological Association. His field research is primarily in Indonesia and Appalachia. Publications include The Anthropological Lens (Cambridge University Press, revised edition 2001, Chinese edition 2009) and two books published in 2007:Grounded Globalism: How the U.S. South Embraces the World and Identity Matters:Ethnic and Sectarian Conflict. Current duties include director of Carolina Seminars and co-director of the Duke-UNC Rotary Center on Peace and Conflict.
Born in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, Gayle Peacock graduated from the University of North Carolina and received and Masters of Business Administration from Georgia State University. In 2012, Gayle received a graduate certificate in Non Profit Management from the Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs at the University of Minnesota. Formerly, in response to Hurricane Katrina, Gayle organized a relief effort resulting in trucks of supplies sent to evacuees within the first week of Katrina’s landfall. Gayle has served as Club president 2016-17, Chairman of the Board of the Boys and Girls Club of Chapel Hill and is currently a director of the Peacock Family Foundation. Gayle sings in the contemporary service band at Christ Methodist Church and enjoys hiking the Camino trails of Europe.
Nolan (Nol) Perreira was born in Hilo, Hawaii, and lived in Hilo, Waimea, and Kohala before finally settling in Kailua on Oahu. He graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology with a BS in Metallurgy and Materials and then attended Brown University before joining the Navy. He served in the Pacific and in Vietnam, and completed a tour as a deep draft department chief engineer. Returning to civilian life, Nol worked as an engineer and manager in nuclear quality assurance, high temperature metallurgy, and onsite for a nuclear plant startup. He returned to Harvard for an MBA a prescient two months before Two Mile Island and the collapse of the nuclear construction industry. He was part of the product evaluation team at GTS for a new device called the “cell phone”.
Noel moved back to Maui and became involved in capital projects and running water systems. He was a cabinet member for two Maui mayors and served on the boards of multiple non-profits. He had some further active duty assignments, including a final billet as the engineering planning officer for Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, with 2000 employees around the world.
In 2005, Noel decided to relocate to North Carolina, and is now managing real estate in North Carolina and Hawaii as well as a family trust. Nol’s primary avocation is participating in Engineers Without Borders projects as a project mentor. He is currently involved in water projects in Ecuador (with UNC- Chapel Hill) and Peru (with Princeton). Daughter Krista is on the faculty at UNC and he has a son (Jonathan) at home.
Barbara Dearman Pipkin, a native of Statesville and an alumna of Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina, moved to Chapel Hill in 1970 when her husband was accepted to attend UNC’s School of Law. Upon his graduation, they determined that Chapel Hill afforded all the amenities they were seeking for themselves and for their three school-aged children. Barbara became an active real estate broker in 1977 and was subsequently employed by the late J.P. Goforth of Security Building Company. In 1990, she and three colleagues formed The Home Team and have recently relocated their offices to Timberlyne Shopping Center. In 2012, The Home Team received the Rose Award for the Best Real Estate Firmfrom The Chapel Hill News; the Best of Chapel Hill Realty from Chapel Hill Magazine; and were named the Best Reality Group by Chapelboro.com.
Barbara has served as president of the Chapel Hill Board of REALTORS and the local Multiple Listing Service. As a director of the North Carolina Association of REALTORS, she has been the recipient of a regional service award and granted life membership. In 2004, she was inducted into the North Carolina Real Estate Hall of Fame. She has been honored as REALTOR of the Year and North Carolina’s Certified Residential Specialist of the Year, and has served as president of the North Carolina Real Estate Educational Foundation.
Barbara has been a supportive member of the Rotary Club of Chapel Hill since 2002, a director of Preservation Chapel Hill, a past president of the Council of Women’s Organizations, and past editor of the Citizen’s Guide. She is active in Chapel of the Cross Episcopal Church.
Marion Robboy was born in Switzerland and received her MSW at the University of Geneva, Switzerland. She moved to New York for 28 years before being transplanted to the South. After the passing of her first husband, she married Stan, a professor of pathology at Duke University. She is the mother of three, a stepmother of two, and the proud Nana and Marnacita of ten grandchildren.
Before being whirled around the globe by Stan, who travels extensively as president of the College of American Pathologists, Marion was involved in many volunteer activities in the area. She plans to resume some of these activities at the end of Stan’s term as president.
Marion speaks French, German and English, and loves to converse in all three languages.
Juanita was raised in Fayetteville, Arkansas, where her father was an Animal Science Biochemistry Professor at the University of Arkansas (GO HOGS!). Juanita received an MBA in Accounting and a BS in Outdoor Education from Indiana University. She was employed as a CPA in the Indianapolis and Raleigh offices of Price Waterhouse, working in both Audit and Tax.
For over 20 years Juanita has been the sole proprietor of Juanita Lewis Sedotti, CPA, PLLC. Juanita provides accounting and tax services to small businesses and individuals, and specializes in consulting with medical practices.
Juanita is a past Board Member and Treasurer of the Durham/Orange Estate Planning Council. She is also a former Board Member and Finance Committee Chair, and current Audit Committee Chair of Carol Woods Retirement Community.
Juanita is sleeping, playing tennis or traveling when not working.
Chuck was born and raised in rural Iowa. A Naval ROTC scholarship allowed him to graduate with a B.S. in physical science and math and acommission as an Navy Ensign in 1956 with orders to Navy Flight School in Pensacola, Florida.
After Flight School he was assigned to VW-1 based in Guam. WV-1 did mostly reconnaissance work in the western Pacific and included the pleasure of flying through typhoons. It also provided an opportunity to see much of South East Asia, Japan, and Pacific islands. Upon release from the Navy he attended the University of California at Berkeley receiving an MBA and lived in Berkeley for ten years enjoying the intellectual excitement of that city. After a short stint with IBM, he went to work as a pilot for American Airlines retiring in 1995.
In 1968 he joined the Rotary Club of Berkeley which had 450 members. In 1971 he moved across San Francisco Bay to Mill Valley, CA and joined the Rotary club there. During the 42 years in Mill Valley he served on the Board in many positions including President and for the last fifteen or so years served as Secretary/Treasurer.
Chuck and his wife moved to Fearrington Village in April, 2013. After looking at the Rotary Clubs in the Chapel Hill area he decided to apply to the Chapel Hill Rotary Club for membership and was thankfully accepted. He is also an Honorary Member of the Mill Valley Rotary Club as was his wife Anne Beirne who was also a Past President of the Mill Valley Club.
Clay moved to Chapel Hill in 2000. He was born in California and received his undergraduate education at UC, Berkeley. He was Regents Scholar of medicine at UCLA, and was trained in the specialty of Psychiatry at UCLA Neuropsychiatric Institute. Subsequently, he completed psychoanalytic training, and established himself as a clinical practitioner in both the public and private sector. He has published over 40 papers on diverse subjects: psychotherapy technique, psychoanalytic theory, myth analysis, psychiatric hospital design, hospital design and evaluation, nuclear terror, and psychotherapeutic directions for the future.
Clay loves to travel and continues to do so now that his sons are on their own. He delights in seeing them from time to time. He also enjoys drama, music, film, and an occasional football game. Clay has had a long interest in aviation as well as boating, but in recent years has taken up pottery.