Beth Mihmet, President
Elizabeth “Beth” Mihmet is the Associate Director of Planned Giving for
Dickinson College. Her work supports Dickinson’s vision to prepare young people for engaged lives of citizenship and leadership.
Beth studied English and Art at Colgate University and earned her MBA at Temple University. Prior to joining the team at Dickinson College, she served as the Chief Development Officer for Hospice of Central PA. Beth is honored to volunteer for the Rotary Club of Harrisburg, Leadership Harrisburg Area (LHA) and the Pinnacle Health Auxiliary. In her free time, Beth enjoys reading, hiking and exploring nearby rail trails on her bicycle. She sings with the chancel choir at St. Paul’s UCC, and plans to visit every one of America’s National Parks. She lives with her wife, Sarah Myers, in Mechanicsburg. Together they care for a very demanding cat named Cookie.
Ellen Brown, President-Elect
Ellen Caldwell Brown is the 2020 recipient of the Robert D. Hanson Rotary Excellence Award. 
With a rich history of service in both public- and private sector arenas, she has molded a family tradition of community service into a successful business that helps provide essential fundraising support to worthwhile community and cultural organizations.  Tenures of service include notable organizations WHP AM Radio 580, WITF, and Radius Communications.  She is widely respected for her capabilities in special project fund raising, having provided development leadership in projects such as the Whitaker Center’s world renowned CowParade 2004 and the Harrisburg "Susquecentennial" Commission.
In addition to Rotary, Ellen’s volunteer civic service includes serving on numerous area boards, including The United Way of the Capital Region's Campaign Communications Committee, the Historical Society of Dauphin County (President), Dauphin County Library Association, Susquehanna Art Museum, Open Stage of Harrisburg, and the former Tri-County Mental Health Association. 
Ellen lives on a farm in Grantville, PA with her husband, David, where they breed and raise sport horses and enjoy their other pets, including dogs, cats, goats, geese, ducks and chickens.  
Matthew Staub, Immediate Past President

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 of 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.

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Scott Stevens, Vice President
Scott Stevens is a First Vice President at 44 Business Capital, a division of Berkshire Bank. 44 Business Capital is a nation-wide, preferred SBA lender – specializing in 7a loans. A Central Pennsylvania native, Scott partners with the regional banking and business community to provide unique, effective financing solutions. 44 is a perennial leader in SBA 7a loan volume across the Mid-Atlantic Region, having originated over $2 billion in loans since 2009.

Scott served as a Lieutenant in the US Army after receiving his BS degree from Boston University. He has over 16 years of commercial lending experience - working with SBA programs full-time since 2010. Prior to launching 44 Business Capital’s Central PA office in July of 2016, he spent time with Citizens Bank, Wells Fargo, and Sovereign Bank.

Scott lives in Camp Hill with his two children, Jack & June (and their cat, Rudy). He is an active member of Lancaster C&I, GHAR Commercial Council, KMAC, M&A Source, Pennsylvania Business Brokers Association, XPX, The Rotary Club of Harrisburg and a long-time Junior Achievement teacher.
Andy Rebuck, Sergeant-At-Arms
Celebrating his 30th anniversary of membership in the Rotary Club of Harrisburg, Andy is all smiles about our Club's wonderful efforts and successes over the many years.   His roll up your sleeves and take action mantra earned him the 2002 Rotary Excellence Award, the 2007 Community Service Award and fueled his fire to serve as Club President 2018-19.   You will find Andy leading our efforts to fundraise as well as "fun-raise" via great events like our annual Pancake Breakfast.
Andy's role as VP/GM for Lamar Advertising, the local billboard company, provides him a great opportunity to deploy billboards to not only help our Rotary Club but so many other non-profit organizations with civic and charitable messages. When you join our Club one of the first initiatives is to celebrate that moment with a complimentary billboard featuring your photo and the good news.

When he is not active with billboards and Rotary, Andy and his wife Gail (she is also a member of our Club) enjoy bike riding our area rails to trails, playing golf and spending time with their three grandchildren.
James Good, Secretary
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, vanilla ice cream and cherry pie.
Addeline Alaniz Edwards, Executive Director
Addeline joined the Rotary Club of Harrisburg leadership team in 2018 after a 10+ career in banking and accounting. In addition to her role at the Rotary Club of Harrisburg, Addeline works as a public image consultant for the Rotary Club of Baltimore, has facilitated Rotary Mid-Atlantic President-Elect Training Seminars, has been a featured speaker to Rotary clubs around the world, and has had her writing published in Rotary Magazine. Addeline is a graduate Rotary Leadership Institute, Judge/Bradley Leadership School and Leadership Harrisburg Area’s Community Leadership Series. In 2021, Addeline was honored as one of Central Penn Business Journal's Forty under 40.
Addeline is a member and two-time Past President of the Harrisburg Keystone Rotary Club. A dedicated Rotarian since 2012, Addeline is a multiple Paul Harris Fellow and enjoys coordinating fundraising efforts such as the 0.5K and the Polar Plunge for her club. 
Addeline also serves on the Supervisory Committee for Americhoice Federal Credit Union.
Addeline and her husband Josh live in Camp Hill with their 3 kids. Addeline enjoys music, beer, kayaking on the Susquehanna River and lounging by the patio campfire.