Monthly Archives: January 2021

Ashley Camac

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Ashley Camac is the Executive Director for USO San Diego/Camp Pendleton.  She assumed the role of ED after her time serving as Director of Operations within the organization.  She earned a Masters Degree from Point Loma Nazarene University in Strategic Organizational Leadership.

Ashley is a 21-year military spouse.  Her husband, Michael, is a submariner by trade and they have moved ten times in the last 21 years though they have called San Diego home since 2012.  In 2017, Ashley was named Military Spouse of the Year for her work within the community bridging the gaps between resources and military families.  She is currently a bronze level member within the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce and is a member of the San Diego Navy League.

She is a proud mom of two, Kayla and Michael Jr., who are currently studying engineering and neuro-science.

Joe Craver, Greg Sterner and Rick Huenefeld were her sponsors.


Marisa Cubing

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Financial Advisor, Additional Active

Marisa Cubing is the Campus Recruiter for Northwestern Mutual.  She is responsible for developing quality relationships with students, faculty and staff at SDSU, USD, UCSD, PLNU and Cal State San Marcos.

Originally from the Bay area, Marisa moved to San Diego to attend SDSU.  There, she was an active member of SDSU Rotaracts for 3 years and attended many community service activities, including Camp Enterprise. She also worked at KPBS as a Community Engagement Assistant where she worked on such programs as One Book One San Diego and Community Conversations.

She says that Rotary holds as a very special place in her heart.  The wonderful people she has met at Rotary and SDSU Rotaract have made an impact on her life.  She is committed to living by Rotary’s motto “Service Above Self”.  Marisa is excited to not only give back to her community, but to inspire and impact our younger generation to get involved.

Jordan Maharaj, David Oates and Chuck Pretto were her sponsors.

Shante Lampkin

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Social Service & Welfare-Neighborhood House Assn, Additional Active

Shante Lampkin is the Diversity & Inclusion Liaison to the President/CEO of the Neighborhood House Association.

She is a native San Diegan.  She has a bachelor’s degree in Business Management from San Diego Christian College, and a master’s degree in Business Management from Louisiana State University.  She is currently a doctoral student in Organizational Change & Leadership at USC.

Shante says her professional mantra, which is her motivation for helping others, is “let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time, we will reap the harvest if we do not give up.” And her personal mantra…”allow yourself grace and space to always order dessert!”

She is a proud mother of three, loves to travel, and enjoys weight lifting and solving jigsaw puzzles.

Duke Sobek, David Oates and Marinda Peugh were her sponsors.

Troy Darrock

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Financial Advisor, Additional Active

Troy Darrock has been a financial advisor with Edward Jones for the last 4 years.

He grew up in San Diego, bouncing between the North County/San Diego and the Murrieta/Temecula areas.  He attended Gonzaga University in Spokane, WA and graduated with a degree in Economics.  That is where he met his wife, Kelly.  They have a 1-year-old, Wesley, who has taught him that he could survive on hardly any sleep!

Troy is a Gonzaga basketball fan and a San Diego Padres fan.  He also enjoys golf and traveling.  He has family members that were involved in Rotary, including a grandfather that was a past president of the Escondido club. He has seen the impact that they made in their communities and is looking forward to doing the same with us.

Duke Sobek, Dick Eger and Rick Chatham were his sponsors.

Whitney Hodges

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Law – Real Estate, Additional Active

Whitney Hodges is an attorney and partner with Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP.  Her practice focuses on the representation of clients involved in real estate development.

She is originally from Arizona, but has been in San Diego since she was 2 years old.  She graduated from Rancho Bernardo High School and USC and USC Law School.

Whitney and her fiancé Chris recently got engaged, but they grew up on the same street have already been together for 20 years!

In her spare time, she focuses on animal advocacy and works with the San Diego Humane Society, as well as doing other philanthropic work around San Diego.

Jan McDonough, Divya Kakaiya, and Travis Anderson were her sponsors.