LaShonda Delivuk represented Rotary District 7570 in January 2019 as a General Session speaker at International Assembly in San Diego, CA at just 28 years old. She is currently serving Zone 33 as an Assistant Rotary Public Image Coordinator (ARPIC), a member of the Paul Harris Society and has achieved her PHF+3. LaShonda is a recipient of the 110% Award, the Douglas A. Newton Excellence in Communications Award and helped her club achieve a first place Governor’s Award for Public Image which later accompanied the club’s first Zone Citation for Public Image & Rotary Citation in its 30 year history.

On the district level she served as the District 7570 Public Image Vice Chair and her insights on membership were featured in the August 2018 issue of The Rotarian, Rotary’s magazine. Her proudest Rotary achievement was serving as the first African American President of the Rotary Club of Lynchburg-Morning during the 2018-2019 Rotary Year.

When she's not volunteering, she and her husband Josh of six years run three businesses Life Focus Pictures, About 90 Marketing and Eye for Ebony simultaneously which provide marketing assistance to small business and non-profits worldwide through video production, website design and stock photography. She is passionate about time management, strategic marketing and teaching people to be impactful with their service.

One fun fact about LaShonda:

She recently went “over the edge” rappelling 13 stories off the tallest building in downtown Lynchburg to raise money for charity. Through this creative fundraising idea and social media strategy, she was able to raise over $1000 in less than seven days while engaging members of her club to do the same. The Rotary Edgers raised over $5000 for HumanKind as the fundraiser’s #1 team.