David Stovall and Kim Waters

Rotary International President Representative 


David Stovall has been a career businessman and community leader in Northeast Georgia for over 40 years. After retiring from a 32 year career as a bank president in Northeast Georgia, he joined Norton Commercial Real Estate in 2011, and is now a Vice President and Partner of Norton’s Commercial Division.

His aide for Chesapeake PETS will be DG John Pagett (7600).

David has served as Vice Chairman of a local college board of trustees, has assisted in the charter of two other banks in northeast Georgia, has served on several Industrial Authorities, and an Airport Commission. He has also served on the Georgia Mountains Regional Commission for over 32 years, and with six years as Chairman, he is the commission’s longest serving in that in its over 50 years of existence.


As a Rotarian, David has over 32 years of perfect attendance, and his services includes service as a District Governor in 1994-­‐95, Zones 33/34 Institute General Chairman, two separate terms as the RI Zone 34 Regional Rotary Foundation Coordinator, has served as a member of the triennial Council on Legislation, has served as an International Assembly Training Cadre member for training of incoming district governors of Rotary, has led breakout sessions at International Conventions, and was a member of the Host Operations Committee for the 2017 International Convention in Atlanta.


David is the husband and life mate of immediate Past District 6910 Governor Kim Waters, who is also a partner with The Norton Agency. Aside from their love for real estate and Rotary, Kim & David are instrument rated pilots, in both land and sea categories. In addition to their love of each other, Rotary, and aviation, Kim & David also enjoy day hiking and tennis, their daughter Claire, and David’s Mann Maxx, their Havanese pup.



Camille Newbern

Breakfast Keynote

Camille Newbern was born and raised in San Diego, California, and is fifth generation San Diegan.  She attended the Bishop’s School in La Jolla and graduated with a degree in American Literature from USC in Los Angeles.  Following college, Camille lived in LA and worked as a commercial actress, appearing in numerous national commercials including Bank of America, Sprint and Nikon.   She returned to San Diego almost 3 years ago to join the Tom Hom Group, where she is third generation in the family real estate firm.  Camille is the creator of The LA Survival Guide, a Southern California based fashion and lifestyle blog.  With over 120,000 Instagram followers, has worked with brands such as Uber, McDonalds and Verizon.  Following in her father’s footsteps, Camille joined Club 33 in 2016.  As one of the youngest members, she is an active member of the Rotary International and Microcredit committee, having just returned from her second Rotary service trip to East Africa.  Camille currently resides in San Diego with her 6.5 pound Papillon, Pip.


Gem Munro

Lunch Keynote

John Goodrich
Gem Munro has devoted his life and career to improving educational opportunities for disadvantaged people across Canada and abroad. 
Pursuit of this objective carried him into residence in unfortunate communities across most of Canada, before carrying him overseas. 
He is presently a Director of Amarok Society, a registered Canadian charity that provides education programmes to the very poor in Bangladesh and Pakistan. As well, Gem is an author and artist whose current book (which he has here today) is a bestselling collection of stories about some of the extraordinary people he’s come to know in the slums of Bangladesh. (Sale of his book is a major fundraiser for Amarok Society.) For their work, Gem and his wife, Dr Tanyss Munro, were recipients of Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medals.

Aiyana Havir

Dinner Keynote

Marta Knight

Aiyana heals and inspires our world through conscious music, movement and message. She has performed professionally for over a decade in the form of music, dance, theater, and public speaking.  In 2009, Aiyana jet set to live in Vienna, Austria for a year as a Rotary International Youth Ambassador. Over 20 countries later and her passion to experience culture and expand perspective is merely a catalyst to seek more. Aiyana later graduated with honors from Arizona State University’s journalism school, emphasis in sustainability and digital storytelling. She became one of the first Millennial Rotarians in 2014. Using her greatest gifts, Aiyana is now a full-time writer, musician, mindfulness teacher, and mother.