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This Week's Speaker
Cheryl Greenway

Cheryl Greenway joined the Roswell Rotary Club in 1994 and served as President in 2005-2006 after she held the officer positions of Secretary, Treasurer, and President-Elect. Cheryl also held several committee positions including Chairman of the Aubrey Greenway Golf Tournament. She has traveled and worked with other club members on three different international projects in Costa Rica. After serving as President, Cheryl continued to serve on the board of directors for two years and was the Presidential Advisor for 2009-2010.

As Club President, Cheryl led the club to the Best Club recognition, as well as being individually awarded the District 6900 Sheffield Leadership Award. She is a Major Donor, Paul Harris Fellow, Paul Harris Society Member, Bequest Society Member, a Will Watt fellow, and a Hue Thomas Fellow.

Cheryl became involved at the District Level by coordinating the attendance of the 70 clubs that make up Rotary District 6900 for the International Convention activities in Salt Lake City in 2007. She served as the Awards Chairman for 2007-2008. She was the District Treasurer from July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2011 and has served on several District Conference Committees. Cheryl also has completed the course work for RLI, is a RLI Discussion Leader and served as the RLI Director for the District from 2013-2016.She was the Chair of the Multi-District PETS committee for 2016-2018 and the Annual Funds chair for the District for 2016-2017.Cheryl served as the co-Conference Chair for the 2016 District Conference.

Professionally, Cheryl is a CPA. She was born and raised in Roswell and graduated from Georgia State University, magna cum laude. After graduation, Cheryl went to work for Deloitte, now know as Deloitte and Touche. She worked in the Atlanta office of Deloitte for 6 years and in the Dallas, Texas office for 4 years. She left Deloitte to go to work for one of her clients, a real estate investment company. Cheryl was the CFO of the company and was very involved with the company but also handled the financial activities for approximately 50 partnerships organized by the CEO and President of the company. In 1988, she moved back home to Roswell and opened her own accounting firm. She is a member of the American Institute of CPAs and the Georgia Society of CPAs. She served as President of the North Perimeter Chapter of the Georgia Society of CPAs in the early 1990s.

Cheryl served as treasurer of the Georgia Ensemble Theater from 2005-2008 and has served as a volunteer and board member or officer for several other charities. She has served on the board of the Historic Roswell Convention and Visitors Bureau from 2007-2009 and was on the Board of Zoning Appeals from 2002 through 2008 where she served as Chairman of the Board for two years. She served on the Planning Commission and was the Chairman of that Commission. In 2008, the American Business Women's Association presented her with the Phenomenal Women of North Fulton Award.


Posted by Karen Schwank
November 25, 2018 8:00am

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