Zone 33 Public Image Team
Billi, is retired from Drake Software where she served as the Education Director for ten years. Before that she taught all levels at the elementary school level in Fauquier County, Virginia.
She is a graduate of Penn State University with a BS in Education and an MA from George Mason University in Curriculum and Development. She did her student teaching in the Panama Canal Zone.
She is the youngest of three children raised by Col. Bill and MJ Black of the USAF – Billi went to eight different schools and spent 8 years in Germany and France before she went off to Penn State.
Married to Ron Winecoff – they have a blended family – Allison Miller lives in Spokane, WA, Casey Brooks and Zachary Turner of Culpepper Virginia. They have 6 grandchildren ranging in ages from 12 to 25.
A Rotarian since 1998, Billi is a Paul Harris Fellow, a member and past chair of the Paul Harris Society, a level two major donor, a level 6 Bequest Society Member and a member of the Arch Klump Society.
She is a Past President of Franklin Daybreak Rotary, Assistant governor and a member of the 2010 Friendship Exchange Team to District 3060 – India and a member of the wheelchair distribution to the Philippines in 2012. She has attended nine International Conventions.
She was District Governor of District 7670 in 2015-16, Assistant Rotary Coordinator for Zone 33 2016-18 and currently serves as Assistant Rotary Public Image Chair for Zone 33, and District Communications Officer for RID 7670.
Currently she serves Zone 33 as the RPIC, Regional Public Image Coordinator 2022-25
Dawn, a Rotarian since 2004 in the Rotary Club of Jacksonville (NC), is a community organizer with a passion to see life differently for children and families. She has created calls to action through her profession as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, a Chief Executive Officer of a large child-serving nonprofit, and through her roles in Rotary including District Governor 2020-21 of District 7730.
These calls to action have led to more focus on ending child abuse and equitable access to mental health services, increasing literacy in children and families, and collaborative relationships between civic groups, government, businesses, and donors. Dawn believes everyone deserves a seat at the table and has led Diversity Equity and Inclusion efforts in all she does, including leading her District’s newly formed Mental Health Taskforce. Dawn serves as the Zone 33 Ambassador for the Girls Empowerment Presidential Initiative, Assistant Public Image Coordinator for Zone 33 and D7730 Council on Resolutions and Legislation Representative.
Dawn and her husband Henry, also a Rotarian, are Major Donors, Bequest Society Members, Paula Harris Society Members, and Polio Plus Society members based on their belief that a little from each of us can truly change the world for us all.
Chris Justice is a Past District Governor having served District 7690 for years 2021-2022. Chris now serves as a Zone 33 Assistant Rotary Public Image Coordinator supporting Districts 7670, 7680, and 7690. He also continues to work closely with District 7690’s public image and membership efforts, and serves as District 7690’s Innovative Club Advocate. Chris is particularly proud that District 7690 achieved positive growth for two consecutive years and hopes to continue that success in 2023-2024. Chris also helps support Zones 33/34 monthly “Zoomformation” meetings and works with the Zone Summit A/V team.
Chris primarily practices real estate law in his Greensboro NC firm. He’s been an attorney since 1999. Chris has two adult children. For fun, he enjoys collecting retro arcade machines, pinball machines, and gaming consoles. Chris is still skilled at 1980s arcade games!
In addition to his work with Rotary, Chris is on the board of Lionheart Academy of the Triad, a school for children with autism that Chris helped found. Lionheart is in its 9th academic year and serves high functioning children with autism in grades 5-12. Lionheart also supports adults with autism through its community involvement initiatives.
Taylor was raised in Rotary. Attending many Rotary meetings as a child, her first Rotary International Convention in 2009 in Birmingham England allowed her to see how connected the world is. Taylor is a former Interactor, serving all 4 years in her high school years, with the last two serving as Vice President and President.
Taylor became a Charter Member of the Rotary Club of Ending Child Abuse in 2021. She has served as an officer since inception as the Secretary and the current President-Elect. Taylor completed the District’s Leadership Program, Dare to Lead, and joined the Zone 33 Girls Empowerment Presidential Initiative in 2022-23. Taylor serves as an Assistant Regional Public Image Coordinator for Zone 33.
Working in a global company focused on search and recruiting, Taylor leads her company’s DEI initiatives. The global nature of Rotary has allowed her to always know her community more. Taylor and her husband, Kris, are North Carolina born and raised. Visiting India in 2019 for a National Immunization Day trip, Taylor has seen firsthand the work of the Rotary Foundation. Taylor is a Paul Harris Fellow, a Sustaining Member, and a Polio Plus Society member
Award-winning community advocate, entrepreneur, marketing consultant, community journalist, sports coach, cancer survivor, and mother of four, Felicia shares personal stories of overcoming internal and external struggles drawing on those experiences to inspire others to persevere through their own challenges and on their journey to success.
She utilizes fundamental sport coaching techniques to help individuals, young people, entrepreneurs, and corporate teams reach an unprecedented level of self-leadership, empowering them to lead themselves and lead others.
Mycyk’s passion is to help others discover their full potential and amplify the leader within them.
Felicia served Rotary District 7305 for over a decade in various roles, including Assistant Governor and Public Relations Chair. She was elected two consecutive terms as President for the Ambridge Rotary Club. Recently, Felicia was selected as District Governor for the 2025-2026 Rotary year. Currently, she is serving as an Assistant Rotary Public Image Chair for Zone 33, covering multiple districts.
Hamilton Holloway is the marketing and communications director for Families Forward Virginia, where he leads the creation and implementation of strategic, multi-faceted communications designed to build and strengthen the organization’s role and reputation as a leader and authoritative voice in family wellbeing and child abuse prevention.
Prior to joining Families Forward, Hamilton worked on bank outreach as well as executive and crisis communications for the Federal Reserve, and previously spent a decade at Capital One as it grew from a spin-off bank-card division into one of the largest and most recognized financial institutions in the country. There Hamilton ran large-scale events and special projects before becoming the company’s spokesman and crisis communications bullseye. He got his start in print journalism, where he was news editor of several papers in North Carolina.
Hamilton has been a Rotarian for 28 years in the West Richmond, Va. Rotary Club in District 7600. He has previously served as club president and assistant district governor, and currently also serves as District 7600 public image chair. He is a multiple Paul Harris Fellow and a Rotary Foundation benefactor. Hamilton is also a Rotary alumnus through a Rotary youth exchange program to Stuttgart Germany. He first learned about Rotary through his Rotarian father who took him to many district and international conferences as a youth