PETS Committee

While it is true that club president-elects are required to attend president-elect training, we promise some fun & fellowship, along with good meals throughout the weekend. The entire program is planned and designed for you to learn how to be effective leader of your club. We hope you get the most out your time at PETS. – Court Dowis, PETS Chair

Executive Committee

Brandy Swanson
Co-Chair D6910
Curious puzzle strategist best describes me. I take great pride in overcoming obstacles, sticking with something until WE figure it out and get the "win". Always learning and improving. Connecting people, ideas and resources gives me great pleasure. So, it is no surprise that my StrengthFinder results are Achiever, Activator, Arranger, Relator and Responsibility. Two of the best lessons that guide my everyday actions are seeking to understand others first and living by Rotary's 4-way test. I have been an active Rotarian for over 25 years and served in many different roles. Most currently have served as Area Governor, District Governor Nominee, District Public Image Chair, and DEI committee. I am a Rotary Leadership Institute Graduate, Pets Facilitator, Paul Harris Society Member, Benefactor, Will Watt Fellow, and Paul Harris Plus. Thankful to be married to my high school sweetheart and best friend for over 30 years. Grateful for & proud of my 2 grown children. I value my quiet time; family time, enjoy games, scuba diving, reading, traveling, serving and gardening

Heather Kellen
General Chair D6920

Heather holds a Doctorate in Physical Therapy and has practiced for 17 years holding positions of area director and vice president of operations for outpatient and rehab organizations. She also works as an adjunct professor teaching physical therapy assistants at Central Georgia Technical College. Heather holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communications/Journalism and has worked in Alaska and Washington as a new reporter for newspaper, radio, and television.

She joined the Perry Rotary Club in 2008 and served as Perry Club president in 2014-2015. She has served in club leadership as Community Service Chair & Youth Services Chair. Heather has served District 6920 as Disaster Response Chair, End Polio Ambassador and a Rotary Leadership Institute Facilitator. She has represented Rotary Internationally administering polio vaccines in India, as a member of a Vocational Training Team to Myanmar, and as a participant in Rotary Day at The United Nations.

Heather also commits time and energy to her local community while serving as a member of Toastmasters International, Perry Chamber of Commerce, and Board member of the Perry Convention and Visitors Bureau.

Heather has been recognized as Star President and Club of the Year recognition during her term as Club President. Presented with Rotarian of the Year, Governor’s Leadership Award, and Emerging District Leader. She is a Paul Harris Major Donor, Paul Harris Society member, and Will Watt Fellow.

Heather was born and raised in Washington State and Alaska. She moved to Florida for graduate school and stayed in the South to practice physical therapy in middle Georgia. Heather is the mother of two daughters; Kayla 33, and Lauren 26 and grandmother to four grandchildren; Alta, Jayden, Gwen, Naomi. Heather loves the outdoors and spends much of her free time travelling, hiking, biking, & scuba diving. She is a huge movie buff and roots for the Seattle Seahawks.
Alec Smythe
Co-Chair D6900
Grew up in Charleston, S.C. Graduated from Harvard in 1973 with a BA in Economics. Worked in banking for many years before becoming an independent marketing consultant in 2002. Moved to Atlanta in 1992. Married to Donna Smythe. Three daughters, Laura, Louisa, Langdon, and five grandchildren.


Upcoming Committee Meetings

2025 – Feb 28 – Mar 1

1/31/2024 | Hotel

5/1/2024 | Zoom

9/18/2024 | Zoom

2026 – TBA

1/TBD/2025 | Hotel

5/TBD/2025 | Zoom

9/TBD/2025 | Zoom

2027 – TBD

1/TBD/2026 | Hotel

5/TBD/2026 | Zoom

9/TBD/2026 | Zoom


Cheryl Greenway
Cheryl joined the Roswell Rotary Club in 1994 and served as President for the 2005-2006 Rotary year. Prior to serving as President of the club, she held the officer positions of Secretary, Treasurer, and President Elect.
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Ed Davis
Ed is the Principal Agent and Owner of Source One Insurance and Benefits Group, A Private Client, and Commercial Insurance Brokerage Firm, headquartered in Macon, Georgia. Attending North Georgia College and Graduating from the University of Georgia with a degree in Agricultural Economics. Ed has been a member of several Rotary Clubs during his professional career in multiple states. Joining the Rotary Club of Downtown Macon in 2010. Twice voted the Rotarian of the year by his club, serving as Club President in 2016-2017. He has been a Rotary Leadership Institute Discussion Leader since 2012, District 6920 RLI District Director 2018-2021. Ed is a Paul Harris Fellow (Multiple), A Rotary International Fellow and GRSP Will Watt Fellow.
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