In spite of the pandemic, our club has been growing during this Rotary Year (July 1, 2020 - June 30, 2021). Let's get acquainted with all of these new members.
 

Cristie and Matt Helm
 

  Phong Vu 

 David Bill

  Judy Mullen

  Bob Burns
Kathy Cox

Winifred Muench
 

Dyanna Sells
Carol Hess & Jeffery Mahan
 

Carol Hess & Jeffery Mahan

Carol and Jeffery moved to Sedona from California. Looking for a Rotary Club to join here, they were attracted to the Rotary Club of Sedona Village because of the Community Garden.
 
Carol's background is teaching and school administration. Jeffery has had many financial-related positions, but all of them included becoming knowledgeable in environmental issues.
Chirstie and Matt Helm joined our club July 16, 2020. Matt has long ties to Sedona as an alum of Verde Valley School. After a long career as an investment banker, he and his wife, Christie, settled again in Sedona. He is an avid golfer and the owner of Helm Advisors.
 
Christie is an artist and interior designer who is thrilled to call Sedona home.  You can visit her studio in Jerome by appointment. She loves art, traveling, hiking and is a bit of a foodie.
The Club’s First Gentleman, David Bill, joined us August 20, 2020. David is a Verde Valley native who grew up in Clarkdale.  After 42 years of practicing dentistry, mostly in Sedona, he retired in January 2021.
 
He married his high school sweetheart, Jennette, 45 years ago and they have 3 wonderful children and 4 grandchildren who they adore.  David is a life-long golfer, hiker, mountain biker and traveler.
Phong Vu joined our club September 17, 2020. Phong is a retired engineering Executive with Ford Motor Company. He is also a former Marine Corp officer. He loves photography, skiing, riding his motorcycle and cooking. He joined Rotary because he wanted to be active in the community and meet new and like-minded people.Phong Vu joined our club September 17, 2020. Phong is a retired engineering Executive with Ford Motor Company. He is also a former Marine Corp officer. He loves photography, skiing, riding his motorcycle and cooking. He joined Rotary because he wanted to be active in the community and meet new and like-minded people.
Judy Mullen, a retired teacher, has recently joined The Rotary Club of Sedona Village. Judy lives in The Village of Oak Creek and is a “Domestic Engineer” and is an avid gardener. She has been looking for opportunities to volunteer and be involved in her community. She visited the Rotary Club of Sedona Village’s Community Garden project. She found “people doing things that were fun and enthusiastic about making their community better” for all. She really appreciate the “ can do” attitude, a “mix of younger volunteers and members”. She likes the “sense of community.”
Bob Burns rejoins Rotary with The Rotary Club of Sedona Village: Bob recently “Termed Out” as  Chairman of the Arizona Corporation Commission. Bob and his wife Gayle are former Rotarians with the Kachina Rotary Club in Glendale , AZ. Bob has owned a home in Sedona and The Village of Oak Creek for many years and wants to be involved in the Community through Membership activities.
Kathy married Tim in 1988 and they relocated from CA to the Village of Oak Creek in 2000 with their three young boys.  She was fortunate to be a 'stay home Mom' while their sons were growing up.  In 2006 Kathy decided to get her Real Estate license.  So, began an amazing journey and the foundation to build a top-selling real estate team. She is passionate about helping and building our community, loves tennis and traveling.
 
Kathy is joined by Bradley Cox and Dyanne Sells in her agency's corporate membership.
Dyanna Sells Originally from the South, and spending half my childhood on the West Coast, I have come to appreciate the beauty of Sedona, and how very different it is compared to either side of our great nation. Growing up in foster care has taught me how to be amicable, fluid, and attentive to different situations.  Having spent 16 years in the Verde Valley, while managing and working in every conceivable position in restaurants, it’s a safe bet to say I understand people and their needs. Transitioning from restaurants to real estate has been a smooth, natural shift for me, and I am beyond pleased to announce that I finally LOVE my career. I look forward to helping all those I may encounter in life, be they clients, associates, or loved ones in my personal life. Until we meet, I wish you peace, love, and prosperity.
Winnie moved to Sedona in July 2010, after spending over 10 years sailing with her husband on their 47 foot sailboat in the Caribbean, across the Atlantic and the Mediterranean. She has over 20 years of executive healthcare experience, most recently as a member of the corporate staff at the University of Pennsylvania as the executive responsible for Venture and Industry Relationships. She was instrumental in the development and implementation of an integrated continuum of health services as well as strategic planning and tech transfer.  Most recently, she created and manages the Sedona Chamber Ballet and serves on the board of the newly created Sedona Arts Academy and Community Center and the Sedona Conservatory.
  
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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