August 1, 2020 - District Governor Kirk Driskell

Kirk joined the Alpharetta Rotary Club, following in the footsteps of his father, Ken Driskell, who was a charter member and past president of the club. Kirk served as his Club’s President in 2015-2016. Prior to serving as Club President, he served in multiple club leadership roles and was honored to receive both, “Rookie of the Year” and “Rotarian of the Year” awards. He has served on multiple International service trips and local community service projects. Kirk served as District 6900 Service Chair in 2016/17, Assistant Governor 2017/18, District 6900 Public Image Chair in 2018/19 while preparing to serve as District Governor 2020/21. He became a Major Donor in 2016/17 and continues to support the foundation. During Kirk’s year as President, the club won numerous awards, including Club of the Year and Best Membership Growth. Kirk was also awarded the Sheffield Award, which recognizes the top President in each of the four club categories for that year. Rotary International recognized Kirk by presenting him with the Rotary Choice Award for a personal video he uses to describe what being a Rotarian means to him. A native to the Alpharetta/Milton area, Kirk continues to live there with his wife, Deena, and their three children, Cambri (17), Knox (14) and Kolton (12). Kirk graduated from Reinhardt University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Business. Continuing the family tradition, his daughter Cambri launched an Interact Club at King’s Ridge Christian School with close to 50 of her peers. Kirk is a serial entrepreneur and outdoor enthusiast who builds, buys, or creates companies that provide opportunities for individuals to align their passions with their purpose. Beyond his family and his faith, his true passion in life is helping men struggling with addiction. Kirk founded Vision Warriors ministry, a faith community that focuses on accountability and transparency. Vision Warriors provides support for men who are ready to fight their drug and alcohol addictions.

Posted by Bill White
August 4, 2020


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