About Mitzi Ellis
Mitzi is proud to claim Dunbar, West Virginia as
her home town. She graduated from West Virginia University in 1975 with a degree
in Sociology. She met her husband, Steve while attending WVU and they have been
married over 30 years.
Mitzi and Steve moved to Greensboro in 1978 where
they have their own commercial real estate firm called "The Ellis Group."
They have two wonderful daughters. Brooke will be a junior in high school this
fall and Alex will be attending UNC-Chapel Hill as a freshman.
Biggerstaff sponsored Mitzi when she joined Crecent Rotary Club in 1991. In 1996
she became the first female Rotary President in the Triad area. She has served
the club in many capacities including Newsletter Editor, Membership Chair, Fellowship
Chair, and Fundraising Chair. Mitzi was given the Joe Gawthrop Club Service Award
On the District level, Mitzi has served a two-year term as Assistant
Governor for the eight Rotary clubs in Greensboro. She also chaired the centennial
project for the Greensboro clubs which involved raising more than $80,000 to build
a playground at the new baseball stadium in downtown Greensboro. She also coordinated
the district centennial luncheon on February 23, 2005 with over 900 Rotarians
and guests in attendance.
Mitzi, Steve and their daughters, Alex and Brooke
are all Paul Harris Fellows. Mitzi is a Benefactor and a member of the Paul Harris
Society. Her hobbies include a passion for tennis, reading, and a love for everything
wild and wonderful (just like West Virginia)!
Mitzi Ellis (Steve)
2 Sturbridge Lane
Greensboro, NC 27408
Mitzi moved from District in July
and returned one year later