District Governors

Rysheeka Bush

District Governor 2024-25

Rysheeka N. Bush, MS, LPC, is deeply rooted in Aiken County, hailing from the quaint town of New Ellenton, S.C., with a rich family history woven into the community’s fabric. With over two decades of dedicated service, she is an integral part of Helping Hands, Inc., a residential facility for children in foster care. Rysheeka’s journey with the agency began as an intern and has flourished into her current role as Clinical Program Manager. In this capacity, she not only oversees the clinical needs of youth in placement but also facilitates therapeutic training for staff.

Her academic journey reflects her commitment to serving others. A graduate of Aiken Technical College with Associate of Arts and Human Services Degrees, she continued her education at the University of South Carolina-Aiken, earning dual degrees in Psychology and Sociology. Her academic pursuits culminated in a Master of Science Degree in Applied Clinical Psychology from the same institution. Licensed as a Professional Counselor in South Carolina, Rysheeka specializes in adolescent trauma, bringing a compassionate and informed approach to her work.

Beyond her professional endeavors, Rysheeka’s heart for service extends to her community involvement. As a proud Rotarian with the Rotary Club of Aiken Sunrise, she has demonstrated exceptional leadership, earning the distinction of District Governor for Rotary District 7750 for the 2024-25 term. Additionally, she serves on various boards in the Aiken area, representing her employer and embodying the values of hard work and dedication instilled by her family.

Driven by a profound sense of duty and compassion, Rysheeka N. Bush embodies the spirit of service, enriching the lives of those around her through her unwavering commitment to helping others.

Rysheeka serves on various volunteer boards in the Aiken area.

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Dave Brenner

District Governor-Elect
District Governor  (2025-26)

Dave joined the Rotary Club of Greenville Breakfast in 2013.    He served as his club’s president in 2015-16 and again in 2020-21.   He is currently serving as an Assistant Governor and RYLA Chair for District 7750.   He is a graduate of the Rotary Leadership Institute.    Dave supports the Rotary Foundation as a Paul Harris Society member and is a Major Donor.

Dave is a graduate of Westminster College in Pennsylvania with a BS in Physics.    He holds an MS degree in Aeronautical Systems from West Florida and an MSBA from Indiana University.    He served 7 years in the US Navy as a Naval Aviator.   After the Navy, he spent 34 years in the tire business retiring from Michelin in 2011.    His career in the tire business included Tire Development, Quality, and Manufacturing.   He was the Plant Manager at the Michelin plants in Ft Wayne, Indiana; Tuscaloosa, Alabama; and his final 7 years prior to retirement as Plant Manager of the Ardmore, Oklahoma Plant.

During his career he was always active in the communities in which he worked, serving on numerous committees and boards.   He was the Council President of the Arbuckle Area Council, BSA, for 3 years.    He is an Eagle Scout and a recipient of the Silver Beaver Award.    Dave served as Chairman of the Board of Mercy Hospital in Ardmore, Ok.    He also served on the Executive Committee of the Oklahoma Business Roundtable (economic development).    He currently serves on the Executive Board of the Blue Ridge Council, BSA.

In his spare time, Dave enjoys golf, fishing, hiking and reading.   He and Peggy have been married for 48 years.    They have 3 children and 4 grandchildren located in Columbia City, Indiana and Tampa, Florida.

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Eric Krichbaum

District Governor Nominee
District Governor  (2026-27)

Eric joined the Rotary Club of Cedar Rapids, Iowa in 2001. He joined the Greenville Evening Rotary Club (now the Reedy River Greenville Rotary club) in 2015. He served as Club President from 2017 – 2018, and in key Committee roles in his club.

Eric has served as District Community Service Committee Chair and Assistant Governor. He is an RLI graduate, Multiple Paul Harris fellow and a PolioPlus Society member.

He served on boards of several community service organizations.  Eric worked in leadership positions with various companies throughout his 39-year professional career and retired in April of 2022.

Eric received his Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute, graduating as a member of Pi Tau Sigma, the International Mechanical Engineering Honor Society. He later received an MBA with a concentration in Marketing from the University of Nebraska.

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Renee Stubbs

Immediate Past District Governor 2023-24

Renee joined the Rotary Club of Fountain Inn in 2005 and later the Rotary Club of Newberry. She was president of the Newberry Rotary Club for 2015-16 and served on the board of directors from 2011-2017. During her time as membership chair, she helped develop the Discover Rotary, Red Badge, and Orientation programs for new members of the club.

Renee was Assistant District Governor, Area 10 from 2016-2019, and is the Rotary Leadership Institute district chair. She is an RLI graduate, faculty member, and helped write the Faculty Training Guide for RLI Faculty, as well as assisted with the RLI online curriculum development. Renee is a member of the Paul Harris Society, a Major Donor, and a Benefactor.

Renee worked in the Greenville County School system for 28 years as a secondary mathematics teacher and Instructional Coach.  After retiring, she accepted a faculty position at Newberry College as the Teaching Fellows Director and an Associate Professor of Education, and later, Associate Professor of Mathematics.  She has been an invited speaker at local, national, and international conferences on best practices for instruction.

Renee is a member of the Newberry Opera House Guild, served on the board of directors, and chaired several fundraising events. She also serves on the Grace Lutheran Church Preschool school board.

Renee is proud to be the daughter of Warren Cousins who was a Rotarian for 60 years.

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