This past Tuesday, the Board of the Historic Rotary Club of Charleston voted Alissa C. Lietzow as President Elect-Elect to serve for the 2016-2017 Rotary year. She will follow the current President Elect, Paul Stoney, who will begin his term later this year. Paul was elected last year to serve as President after current President Digit Matheny.
Photographed to the left: Current President Digit Matheny; ’16-’17 President Elect-Elect Alissa Lietzow; ’15-’16 President Elect Paul Stoney.
Paul L. Stoney has been a member of the Historic Rotary Club of Charleston since 2007. He served as Chairman of the education committee for 4 years and is heavily involved in many of the club’s programs such as Rotary Windows, Y-Achievers, and Tennis for students at James Simmons. In 2014, Paul was elected as Club President to serve beginning July 2015.
Paul is the youngest of five children, and is a native of Queens, New York. He attended Queens College in New York and is a graduate of Johnson C. Smith University in Charlotte, NC. Upon graduation Paul began his 29 year career in the YMCA of Greater Charlotte. In May 2006, Paul accepted the position as President/CEO of the YMCA of Greater Charleston in and is currently working on the development of a strategic plan and financial development with his Board of Directors.
Paul Stoney is married to Allison Stoney and they have one daughter, Amber, who is currently working in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Alissa has been a member since September, 2011, and was sponsored by her boss and long-time Rotarian, James A. Stuckey. Last year, Alissa served as Board Secretary and she is now serving as an elected Board member. Alissa is also responsible for all of the club’s public relations, including keeping current on social media sites likes FaceBook and Twitter.
Alissa is a practicing attorney with the Stuckey Law Offices. She started with Stuckey Law Offices in 2005, as a sophomore at the College of Charleston. She was accepted into the U.S. Air Force and U.S. Army JAG Corps, but decided to continue at Stuckey Law Offices, where her focus is on governmental defense, including Tort Claims Act, Constitutional matters, and 42 U.S.C. § 1983 litigation. She is a Board Member of the Charleston School of Law Alumni Association and the Law School Transition Eleemosynary Corporation, and a member of the James L. Petrigru Inn of Court. She also Chairs the Charleston Cinderella Project.
Alissa married Christopher Lietzow in April, 2014.