James Good, President
James is President and Founding Partner of Wealth Development Council, LLC, a wealth management firm specializing in values-based planning and investment strategies. 
Since becoming a Rotarian in September, 2011, James has participated in numerous Rotary projects and Committees.  He chaired the Water Project for Haiti effort since its inception in August, 2012, leading 2 mission trips to Haiti for the purpose of supporting the manufacture and installation of bio-sand water filtration systems.  He is a Paul Harris Fellow and 2019 recipient of the Robert D. Hanson Rotary Excellence Award.
Along with his wife Karen and youngest son Jonathan, James serves as a worship leader at the Glenvale Church of God in Marysville, PA. 
He and Karen, along with their son Jonathan enjoy recording and performing gospel, bluegrass, and country music.  They perform throughout the tri-state area in churches, festivals, theaters, and private venues.
James enjoys playing dobro and steel guitar, reading, working out, networking, public speaking, and eating vanilla ice cream and cherry pie.
Curt Stutzman, Vice President
Curt is President & CEO of Messiah Lifeways based in Mechanicsburg.  Messiah Lifeways provides care and services to older adults on its campuses in Mechanicsburg (Messiah Village), in Mount Joy (Mount Joy Country Homes), and through community-based services in a five county area.
He has been a Rotarian for 32 years in Virginia and Pennsylvania clubs, and has been in the Rotary Club of Harrisburg for the past 6 years.  Curt serves as chair of the Scholarship Committee, and is a member of several other committees as well as The Rotary Foundation of Harrisburg board.  In Virginia Rotary clubs, he served as President, Secretary, and a variety of committees in four clubs during his time living there.  Curt is committed to eliminating polio in the world, and is a Paul Harris sustaining member, and a multiple Paul Harris Fellow.
Curt and his Rotary partner Kathy live in Mechanicsburg and have three grown children, two of whom are married and living in Harrisburg, and have four grandchildren.  They are active members of the Mechanicsburg Brethren in Christ church.
He is an active reader, and enjoys bicycling across the roads and trails of central PA, and an occasional round of golf (but would rather be cycling or playing with the grandkids!).  This pandemic season, he’s taken up walking and hiking as well to add some variety to his exercise routine.
Kathy and Curt also enjoy supporting the local restaurants in Harrisburg and the surrounding communities, which is why exercise is so important to them!
Andy Rebuck, Past President

"I love The Rotary Club of Harrisburg!"    It has been my privilege and pleasure to be a member since 1992.   I say that for at least three reasons.  One, over the years, I have seen so many great efforts and results making a difference in our area.   Two, this Club has brought me life-long friendships and great opportunities to develop my business network.  Three, without question Rotary has expanded and developed my leadership skills.

Rotary definitely impacts my work life.  Having just celebrated my 35th year in the billboard business, I am currently the VP/GM at Lamar Advertising. I am always amazed at how many business relationships Rotary has provided me.   Of course, it is also awesome to provide billboards that develop the Rotary Brand and fuel our efforts to make a difference.

Rotary is at our dinner table as well.  My parents are life-long Rotarians---mom was the first female member of our hometown Club in Sunbury Pa and my wife Gail recently joined our Club.   My guess is that one day soon both of our adult Children will jump on board as they fully appreciate the width and depth of Rotary.

When I am not at Rotary or at Lamar Advertising, you can find me on my bike exploring rails to trails or swinging my golf clubs.

Matt Staub, President Elect
Since joining the Rotary Club of Harrisburg in 2014 I have been blessed with many opportunities. First and foremost, after moving to a new city, the Rotary Club of Harrisburg offered a great opportunity not only for membership, but for fellowship. Over the past years I have been able to interact with some fo Harrisburg's finest community leaders and it has brought me growth as a professional, as a leader, and as a person.

A standout moment in my club experience was the opportunity to travel to Haiti in 2017 to install a water filter as part of a joint project with the Rotary Club of Harrisburg and Water Project for Haiti. This experience greatly expanded my worldview and understanding of all the good Rotary can bring not just to our local communities, but to the world.

When not 'rotarizing' I am an investment advisor/partner with PSI Capital Management, a Central PA-based, independent RIA providing financial planning and investment management services to individuals and institutions all over the East Coast. 

I live in Midtown Harrisburg with my wife, Sarah. We enjoy travel, experiencing Harrisburg's wonderful restaurants, and Susquehanna sunset cruises on our boat kept at City Island.