Monthly Archives: September 2020

Randy Newman

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Real Estate – Foreclosure Trustee

Randy Newman is the President and CEO of Total Lender Solutions, Inc., a boutique property trustee company representing lenders in the non-judicial foreclosure process.

Randy is originally from New York and moved to San Diego 20 years ago.  He and his wife of 30 years, Karen, have two children, Max and Carly.

By trade, Randy is a recovering attorney.  He started Total Lender Solutions in 2005 and hopes his son Max will join him in the family business.

Jennifer Barnes, David Oates and Revel Stark were his sponsors.

 

Drew Moser

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Social Service and Welfare-Homeless

Drew Moser is the Executive Director for the Lucky Duck Foundation, a non-profit that funds, activates and leads high-impact, collaborative programs that alleviate the suffering of homelessness throughout San Diego City & County.

He was born and raised in Spokane, WA.  He graduated from the University of Redlands  with a degree in Business and is currently working towards his MBA.

Drew played basketball for the U of R Bulldogs, and in fact, basketball is what brought him to San Diego. He worked for the USD Men’s Basketball team for 3 years before working for the San Diego Sports Commission and the San Diego Hall of Champions.

He and his wife, Whitney, have 3 children: 2 boys (ages 6 and 2) and a 5-mos old daughter.

Chris Sichel, Trevor Blair and Mark Neville were his sponsors.

Phil Silver

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Information Technology-Cloud Services

Phil Silver is the Business Development Manager for Amazon Web Services.

Earlier in his career, Phil joined the Rotary Club of White Plains (NY) but had to step away for work, family and military service, including starting a company, Mad Science of Greater New York, which provided STEM enrichment programs to over 50,000 3-12 year-olds every year.

Phil is a retired US Navy Captain, serving for 25 years.  He received his BS in Chemistry and BA in History at the University of Florida.  He also received his MBA in Finance and Information Technology from Fordham University and a Master of Science in Executive Leadership from UCSD.

He is a native of Florida and lived in New York for 25 years, before coming to San Diego.  He and his wife, Lisa, just celebrated 30 years of marriage.  They have two daughters: Melanie, who will be getting married next May, and Maya, a senior at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.

Now settled in San Diego, it is Phil’s desire to continue to be in service to the local community and his friends in Rotary, John Neuhart and Evan Wahl, recommended he join our wonderful club!

Solveig Deuprey was his sponsor.

 

Stephanie Anderson

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Fitness-Yoga

Stephanie Anderson is the Owner/Instructor of Island Yoga Coronado.

She is a native of Coronado and graduated from San Diego State University with a degree in Microbiology. After college, she worked in Genetic Analysis for Scripps Research Institute, Perkin Elmer Corp. and Applied BioSystems. She has practiced yoga throughout her adult life and is certified at Bikram Yoga, Yin Yoga and as an Inferno Hot Pilates Instructor.

Her love for the energy and positive impact of the fitness industry combined with the creativity and challenge of owning a small business inspired her to own her own Hot Yoga Studio. She has been the sole owner and proprietor of Island Yoga Coronado since March of 2019.

Stephanie has 3 young adult children and volunteers to teach yoga and Pilates to kids in Juvenile Hall in Kearny Mesa.

Mia Harenski, Dick Eger and Suzanne Frontz were her sponsors.