Governor Doug Day
Doug Day of Chapel Hill, NC, was elected as the Carolinas District of Kiwanis Governor-Elect at the 90th Annual District Convention in Spartanburg, SC.
A member of the Kiwanis Club of Chapel Hill-Carrboro for 16 years, he served as its Distinguished Club President in 1996-97, 2002-03 and 2008-09 and chaired many committees at the club level including club newsletter editor, membership chair and interclub chair. He served on many district committees and was International Foundation Chair and District Risk Manager. Prior to that Doug was Lieutenant Governor for Division 13 in 2005-06 and 2006-07. Doug is a Hixson Ambassador, a charter member of the International Foundation’s Charles Zellar award, and in the CDKF Founders Club.
A retired insurance executive vice-president, Doug holds a degree in Business Administration from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Before Kiwanis, he was active in his community volunteering for the YMCA, and was President of the Chapel Hill-Carrboro Jaycees. He is a member of the Chapel of the Cross Episcopal Church.
Doug and his wife, Barbara have one daughter, two grandsons, nine god-children and eight great grand-god children.
Governor-Elect Tom Currier
Tom Currier of Greenville, SC was elected as the Carolinas District of Kiwanis Governor-Elect at the 91st Annual District Convention in Asheville, NC.
Tom has been a member of the Greenville Eastside Kiwanis Club for 12 years. During that time he served as Distinguished Club President in 2002-2003 and chaired many club committees including Terrific Kids, Fund Raising, and Key Club. He was Lieutenant Governor in 2003-2004. He has also served on many district committees, including the executive advisory committee, district project committee, Youth Services committee chair, and Circle K District Administrator. Most recently he served as Region 9 Trustee from 2009-1011. Tom is a Hixson fellow and Carl B. Hyatt recipient and a charter member of the Int’l Foundation’s Charles Zeller award.
Tom holds a degree in Business Administration and accounting from Oregon State University and is currently an Area Franchisee for The UPS Store. In addition to his Kiwanis involvement, Tom has been on the Greenville Children’s Hospital Development Council, and is a certified child safety seat technician. He is a member of Immanuel Lutheran Church. Tom and his wife, Katie, have a son and daughter and one grandson.
Immediate Past Governor Todd Hildebran
Todd Hildebran joined the Kiwanis Family in 1982 as a Key Club member. His Kiwanis service began in 1995 as a member of the Salisbury Kiwanis Club. Todd is a Past Kiwanis and Key Club President and Kiwanis Lt. Governor.
At the club level, Todd has served as Sponsored Youth Chairman 1996-2000, Fundraising Chairman 2000-2001, President in 2001-2002, and returned to the Sponsored Youth Chair from 2002-2010. Todd and his wife, Tracy, have attended many District and International Conventions, MidYear Conferences, CLO’s, and Regional Governor Visits. They enjoy attending Key Club and Circle K District Conventions, Fall Rally, and Large Scale Service Projects and encourage you to attend these events in the future.
Todd is a Diamond Level Kiwanis International Hixson Fellow, Hixson Ambassador, charter member of the International Foundation’s Charles Zeller award, Legacy Society member, and Leadership Society member. Todd is also a member of the District Foundation’s CDKF 1200 Founders Circle and recent District Life Member. Tracy is also a Kiwanian and a charter member of Women in Kiwanis.
Todd and Tracy have two sons, Todd and Daniel, and live in Salisbury, NC. Todd holds a degree from the University of Florida and is a self-employed entrepreneur specializing in real estate property management, acquisition and development. He also holds a contractors’ license and a consulting firm. He belongs to the Lutheran church and is a member of St. John’s in Salisbury. He is a Master Mason at Andrew Jackson Masonic Lodge and serves on the Rowan County Smart Start executive board as Treasurer as well as the Allocations and Strategic Planning committees.