|District 24 A Leadership Team|
District Governor Dr. Sally Kenavan
Lion Sally has been a member of the Aquia Evening Lions Club since October 2001. She has served her Club in the leadership positions of President, Vice-President, Secretary, and Treasurer. Lion Sally chaired both service and fund raising projects including: Peace Poster Contest, Santa Visits, Yard Sale, Bingo for Greenfield Senior Living, and Lions Services for Children. She has contributed as a Board member for over 10 years. Lion Sally is a Melvin Jones Fellow and a graduate of the Lions Faculty Development Institute.
1st Vice District Governor Wilma Murphy
Lion Wilma joined the Greater Falls Run Lions in 2006 after retiring from private industry. In 2007 Lion Wilma was elected Club Secretary and re-elected for two additional years. She also served as Vice President, President, Membership Chair, Visitation Chair, Awards Committee co-chair, Nominating Committee co-chair and Assistant Leo Advisor. Lion Wilma has been a member of numerous committees and serves as a Director on the Board. She was recognized as Lion of the Year, received 100% Secretary Award, Club Excellence Award, LOVF Humanitarian Award and is a Progressive Melvin Jones Fellow.
At the District level Lion Wilma served as Awards Committee Chair, Global Leadership Team Development Coordinator, Special Olympics Chair, Cabinet Secretary and Second Vice District Governor. She received a Script pin in 2012, 2016 and 2017. Lion Wilma received the International Leadership Medal in 2014.
She completed the Leading Lion Program, Regional Lions Leadership Institute training in Roanoke and the Advanced Lions Leadership Institute training in Calgary as well as Bachelor's and Master's program through Lions University.
2nd Vice District Governor Glen Logan
Lion Glen joined the Alexandria Asian American Lions Club in 2006. He has served in a number of key leadership positions including: advisor to the president, secretary, and president. At the District level, he has served as a zone chair for two years, district chair for the USA-Canada Lions Leadership Forum, and Global Leadership Team – District education chair. He is a Melvin Jones Fellow, a Certified Guiding Lion, a graduate of the Regional Lions Leadership Institute. He holds a Bachelors degree from Lions University and recently completed his Masters course work from Lions University.
In addition to his club leadership positions, Lion Glen has accomplished detailed planning for three medical missions to the Philippines.
Lion Glen is a retired United States Air Force lieutenant colonel and continues to serve as an independent consultant for the Department of the Navy. His USAF assignments included acquisition of space launch vehicle avionics systems for the USAF and NASA, nuclear test ban treaty monitoring systems, advanced aircraft avionics, and defense acquisition policy. In his capacity as a systems engineer and acquisition analyst, he has supported analyses of major defense programs such as the Marine One Presidential Helicopter Replacement Program, Joint Tactical Radio System, Joint Strike Fighter, DoD Biometrics, Naval Special Warfare, and Joint Counter Radio-Controlled Improvised Explosive Device Electronic Warfare.
Lion Glen is a distinguished graduate of the University of Louisiana - Lafayette with a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering. He holds a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering from the Air Force Institute of Technology with specialization in Computer Engineering and Digital Control Systems. He is an Associate Fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics and is a co-inventor of a U.S. patent on computer and communications technology. He is married to Lion Nenita “Nanette” Yu.
Immediate Past District Governor Jay Moughon
Lion Jay joined the Clifton Lions on March 1, 2001. Since that time, he has served the club in a myriad of leadership positions including president, secretary, treasurer, vice president, and director. Additionally, he was the zone chair for two years and is a graduate of the Regional Lions Leadership Institute and the Advanced Lions Leadership Institute.
Cabinet Seeretary Dr. Ann Woolford
Dr. Ann Woolford recently retired from Germanna Community College where she served as Vice President for Academic Affairs and Student Services at. Prior to that role, she served as dean and faculty member at Tidewater Community College.
Professional awards for Dr. Woolford include travel awards to study Post-Apartheid South Africa and higher education in China; the Tidewater Community College Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Service Award; and a one-year fellowship with the American Council on Education (ACE), one of the nation’s premier higher education leadership development program.
Ann holds a bachelor’s degree in English from Brooklyn College, a master’s in English from New York University, and a Ph.D. in Higher Education Leadership from Old Dominion University.
A mother of three sons, grandmother of four, and wife of local businessman, Gregory Hall, Ann assists with the family business of The UPS Stores in the greater Fredericksburg Area.
Ann has served as an active Lion for more than 12 years. She is board secretary for the Virginia Lions Eye Institute Foundation (VLEIF), founder of the Lions Adult Spelling Bee, past president and membership chair of the Spotsylvania Lions Club, and a past District 24A Secretary. Ann is proud to be a Lion and a Progress Melvin Jones Fellow.
Cabinet Treasurer Mike Yuenger
Mike has been a Lion for over 30 years, joining the Lake Ridge Lions in 1987. He has served as club Secretary and President, and as club Treasurer since 1997. He has received the 100% Secretary and 100% Treasurer Awards, and was recognized by the club as Lion of the Year in 1996 and 2005. Mike is a Progressive Melvin Jones Fellow. In 2004, he helped organize Lake Ridge Lions Club Charities, the club’s 501(c)(3) charitable organization, and serves as its Treasurer and business manager. At the District level, Mike has served as Cabinet Secretary-Treasurer, Treasurer, and Treasurer of the multi-District National Memorial Day Parade program. He received the MD 24 Council of Governors' award in 2010, 2011 and 2013. Mike is retired from the Comptroller of the Currency and lives in Lake Ridge with his spouse Caroline.