24-L Executive Officers
District Governor: Glen Logan
First Vice District Governor (FVDG): Joel Kendall
Second Vice District Governor (SVDG): Rose Burrus
Secretary: Carol Byers
Treasurer: Mark Armendaris
Immediate Past District Governor: Scott McMurrain
MD-24 State Secretary/Treasurer Tammie Brightwell

President: Jung-Yul Choi
1st VP: Douglas X. Alexander
Past: Gudrun Bjort
2020-2021 MD-24 Council of Governors
Chair: Wilma Murphy
Kindness Matters Service Award
Zone Chairs
NE Region
A: Bob Otey
B: Ralph Cooper, Jr.
C: Sharon Fussell
D: Evelyn Marr
E: Don Bradley
F: Dwight Brooks
SE Region
G: Sandra Jeckell
H: Lynn Garver
I: Dan Visone
J: Bobby Anderson
Blue Ridge Region
K: Donalda Lovelace
L: L. Scott Brown
M: Alice Bodkin
N: Skip McMullan
Shenandoah Valley Region
O: Vicki Davis
P: Ray McDonald, PDG
Q: Mary Propst
District Governor’s Advisory Committee
Woody Woodard, PDG
Shirley Wilson, PCC
Phil Schrack

Committee Descriptions & Chairs

Past International Directors
Richard P. Chaffin, PID
Dr Hauser Weiler, PID
Roy Wilson, PID
District Governors
24-L: Glen Logan
24-C: Jean Cook
24-I: Scott Durbin, DG

1st Vice Governors
24-L: Joel Kendall
24-C: Eric Mills, 1VDG
24-I: Greg Cole, 1VDG

2nd Vice Governors
24-L: Rose Burrus, 2VDG
24-C: Connie Saunders, 2VDG
24-I: Vacant
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Glen T. Logan, District Governor

District Governor Glen joined the Alexandria-Asian American Lions Club in 2006. He has served in a number of club and district leadership positions including Advisor to the President, Secretary, President, Zone Chair, District Chair for the USA-Canada Lions Leadership Forum, District Global Leadership Team Education Chair, and Vice District Governor of both the former 24-A and the current 24-L Districts. He is a Melvin Jones Fellow, a Certified Guiding Lion, a graduate of the Regional, Advanced Lions Leadership, and Faculty Development Institutes. He holds Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Lions University.

In addition to his club leadership positions, Lion Glen has accomplished detailed planning and completion of four medical missions to the Philippines.

Lion Glen is a retired United States Air Force lieutenant colonel and continues to serve as an independent consultant for the Department of the Navy. His USAF assignments included acquisition of space electronics systems for USAF and NASA space launch vehicles. In his capacity as a systems engineer, he has supported major defense programs such as the Marine One Presidential Helicopter Replacement Program, the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter, Naval Special Warfare, and Counter  Radio-Controlled IED Electronic Warfare—a system that protects our troops against roadside improvised explosive devices.

Lion Glen is a distinguished graduate of the University of Louisiana-Lafayette with a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering. He holds a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering from the Air Force Institute of Technology.  He is an Associate Fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics and is a co-inventor of a U.S. patent on computer and communications technology. He is married to Lion Nenita “Nanette” Yu.
Rose Burrus, 2nd Vice District Governor
Lion Rose Burrus is a retired Financial Program Manager with more than 35 years of service with the Department of Defense.  As a military family stalwart, she relocated her family from New York to North Carolina, to Alaska, to Massachusetts, back to North Carolina, and finally settled in Virginia after her husband’s retirement from service in the Army.
Lion Rose joined the Stafford County Lions Club in 2011 and has served in multiple positions to include: President, Secretary, Membership Chair, Visitation Chair, and Nominating Committee Chair.  At the District level, she served as Zone Chair, Lions Services for Children Committee, Assistant Editor and Editor for the Lion Reporter, and as Global Service Team-District Coordinator.  Lion Rose continues to serve as the Zone Sight Chair for vision and hearing screenings in the Stafford County Schools, building a sustained program screening more than 7,400 children last year.
Lion Rose has received multiple recognitions and awards for her commitment and service to the Lions mission, and she is a Melvin Jones Fellow.  She is married to Lion Wally Burrus with three children and six grandchildren.