Rotary International 

Zone 26 & 27

District 5230

A native of Carmel, California, Joy joined Rotary in 2012 as a Charter Member of the Rotary Club of Monterey Cannery Row where she has served as Secretary, Public Relations Chair and Club President in 2014-2015. Joy served as District Membership Director in 2017-2018. She is a Paul Harris +2 and has sponsored 2 new members. Joy served on the Monterey County Convention & Visitors Bureau and on the Board of Directors for the Monterey Peninsula Chamber of Commerce where she held the position of Chairman of the Board in 2011. She has served on the Board of Directors of Leadership Monterey Peninsula where she was a graduate of the Class of 1986 and has also worked with the YWCA of Monterey County. Joy also serves on the Advisory Council for Gathering for Women and Community Builders for Monterey County. Joy was honored in 2014 with the prestigious Robert C. Littlefield Lifetime Achievement Award by the Monterey Peninsula Chamber of Commerce and in 2017 with the Monterey County Commission on the Status of Women Outstanding Woman of Monterey County. In her longtime career in hospitality, Joy has held positions as Director of Catering/Conference Services, Rooms Director, Director of Human Resources, General Manager and Regional Director for various hotel brands. She also held positions as Corporate Trainer for Best Western International and National Account Manager for Signature Worldwide Training. She has owned and operated her own business and continues to freelance in Marketing and Public Relations with a few select clients. Now retired, she resides in Seaside, CA with her husband, Jim and their little dog, Luigi.

Bruce Mackey

Making an Impact

Rotary International, Zone 26 & 27, District 5230 and its member Rotarians are dedicate to making an impact in our local and international communities.

Learn By Doing

Rotary International and Rotary District 5230 are vocational service organizations. Member Rotarians apply their personal, professional, academic, and work experieces in-service to our local and international community and service projects.

Bruce Macky

Governor Elect

Bruce was born on November 7, 1948 at Ft. Totten, New York.  His father, Harold Mackey, from Hanford, was in the Army and stationed there at the time.

Growing up, Bruce’s family lived in Germany, Switzerland, Massachusetts, Iowa, Taiwan and then again in New York.  Bruce’s father retired from the Army and moved back to his hometown where Bruce attended Hanford High, graduating in 1966.  He was inducted into the Hanford High Hall of Fame in 2003, joining his father who was inducted in 1996.

Bruce graduated from the University of California at Berkeley receiving a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and was then commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the Army, Infantry Branch.  He was married to Linda Huddleston of Hanford in June 1971 and deployed to the Republic of Viet Nam in October 1971.

In 1995, Bruce retired from the Army with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel and moved to Nevada in 1998 where he worked as the Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Officer in the Nevada Office of Traffic Safety.  In 2006 he was selected as National Educator of the Year by the League of American Bicyclists.  While in Nevada, he was invited to join Rotary and was a member of the Carson City Noon Rotary Club for six years where he served on the Centennial Project Committee.

In 2005 Bruce and Linda moved to Hanford to be close to their parents and in October 2010 Bruce joined the Rotary Club of Hanford where he became active immediately.  He was the Chair of the 50/50 raffle and silent/live auction for the Crab Feed in 2011.  In June 2011 he was named Rookie of the year for RCH and he was the Club Foundation Chair from 2011 to 2019.  He has participated in the Club humanitarian mission to Guatemala five times, three times as team leader, and has ridden the “Ride to End Polio” in Tucson three times.   He is also a Major Donor to the Rotary Foundation.  Bruce was Club President 2014-15, named Rotarian of the Year for 2015-16 and awarded the Global Excellence Award for 2016-17.  He was Assistant District Governor twice and has been selected to be the District Governor for 2021-22.

Bruce and Linda have three children, a daughter Heather, and twin sons, Matthew and Robert.  In addition they are blessed with nine grandchildren.  They spend as much time as possible traveling or enjoying their San Simeon vacation home.  Both are avid cyclists and belong to the Kings County Velo Club. Bruce is a Life Member of the Disabled American Veterans and the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Linda has volunteered as a hospice worker and is currently active in the Kings County Grand Jury.  Both are active in their church.

 

Bruce Mackey

Making an Impact

Rotary International, Zone 26 & 27, District 5230 and its member Rotarians are dedicate to making an impact in our local and international communities.

Learn By Doing

Rotary International and Rotary District 5230 are vocational service organizations. Member Rotarians apply their personal, professional, academic, and work experieces in-service to our local and international community and service projects.

Becky Moser

Governor Elect

Becky Moser graduated from Indiana University of Pennsylvania with a BA degree in Human Resources and began a 20-year career with Forbes Regional Hospital.  During her tenure at Forbes, she earned a master’s degree in Industrial & Labor Relations and rose to the position of Director of Human Resources.  In 2007 she assumed the same position at the Penn Hills School District where she served for another 5 years.

While in Pennsylvania she was invited to join the Rotary Club of Monroeville in 2005 and quickly joined the club’s leadership holding numerous offices including club president in 2012-2013.  Among her significant contributions to the club was the writing of a $65,000 RI Global Grant for a well, solar and maintenance facility in Wambasa, Kenya

In 2014, Moser moved to California and quickly joined the Rotary Club of Clovis where she again involved herself in club leadership.  She became club secretary the following year, Assistant Governor in 2016-2017 and in 2017-2018 served as club president.  She was named Club Rotarian of the Year, twice… in 2015-2016 and then again in 2018-2019, and received the RI Avenues of Service Award in 2016-2017.  She is also the CEO/Chair of the Clovis Rotary Foundation.

As she did in Pennsylvania, Moser involved herself in district-level administration.  She has been a Presenter at district conferences, CLT assemblies and numerous other events and was a Director for the Friends of Rotary District 5230 Foundation.  She is currently the District Interact Director, a Far West PETS Faculty member, as well as District Governor Nominee Designee for District 5230.  Moser is a Benefactor, a member of the Bequest Society Level 2 and is a Paul Harris Fellow +6.

In addition to her extensive Rotary activities, Moser is a weekly volunteer at the Fresno State Student Cupboard, a member of the Fresno Alumnae Panhellenic Association, and a member of the Delta Zeta Valley Diamonds of Central California.  She and her husband Tom love to travel with their three children, Andrew, Elise and Kathryn.  Moser also enjoys cooking, and spending time with her two dogs Squirt and Ginger.

Becky Moser