Missouri JCI Senate Executive
Happiest of greetings Missouri JCI Senate members! My
name is Terry Rowland #67003, and I am your 2020-2021 Vice President. I
received my Senatorship in 2007 and being a Senator is very dear to my
heart, as I am sure it is to you as well. I was very active and held many
positions in my local Jefferson City Jaycees Chapter, as well as, the
Missouri Jaycees, and now I am active on the Senate level.
As I serve as your Vice President, I
will also begin to prepare for my Presidency. I am here for you the
membership and am open to ideas, guidance, and support. I am very excited to
continue creating memories. If you would like the join in the “board fun”
(and it is fun), please let me or any of us know.
I currently live in Jefferson City,
MO and I have one son who is married. I have worked at Columbia College in
Jefferson City for 8 years as an Academic Advisor and Veteran’s Certifying
Official. I keep myself VERY busy with Senate activities, fishing, helping
at local events for charities, and many other things. You only live once, so
Thank you for the opportunity to “Be
the Difference” on the MO JCI Senate Board, and “Live, Life, Daily. I cannot
wait until we can flock together again to have a great year!!!
everyone, my name is Julie Morff and I have been a Jaycee since July of
2004. To say I jumped in feet first is an understatement. I held many
chapter positions with the Jefferson City Jaycees prior to becoming their
President in 2007. I was honored with my Senatorship a few years later and
became your Senate Secretary in 2019 and now a whole new adventure has
As far as my professional and
personal life goes I hold a Master Degree in Business Administration from
Columbia College. I took on a new position in October 2019 and am the
Director for the Oversight Division of the Missouri Legislative Research
Committee for the General Assembly. I am married to Jason and we have a
daughter Aubrie. Aubrie will be a senior at Helias Catholic High School this
year. We also have a two year old Shi-Tzu named Nova.
I have a passion for volunteering
and have served on several different committees through the years. I
appreciate your support and look forward to Serving as your 2021-2022 Vice
Senators! My name is Miriam Wetter #67070. I am serving as your treasurer
this year. I joined the St. Charles Jaycee Women in 1980. I was chapter
president in 1983 through 1984 and served various positions on the region
and state level. I moved on to the St. Charles Jaycees and served as Speak
Up chair for the Missouri Jaycees.
My favorite job was serving as First Lady
of the Missouri Jaycees, next to my husband Brad, in 1986 through 1987.
I received my senatorship, in 2006, from
the St. Charles Jaycees. I served as secretary in 2020 through 2021. I've
never had to work with numbers and I look at my job as a challenge to myself
and I hope to serve you well.
Missouri Jaycee Senators! My name is Kami Harsell, Senator #77656 and I am
excited to serve you as the 2021-2022 Secretary. I originally joined the
Hannibal Jaycees in 2002, with the intention of having something to do in
the evenings and weekends and getting to meet new people. I was very active
in my local chapter serving in many roles including President in 2015,
Chairman of the Board, Second Vice President and chairing many of our
projects such as National Tom Sawyer Days, Wing Ding and Chili Cook Off. I
remain active as an Exhausted Rooster and still love to help at our many
events. I was so very honored with my Senatorship in 2019. I look forward to
beginning my Senate career and seeing where this adventure takes me. It will
be an honor to serve the Missouri Senators into the future by serving on the
board and hopefully be a mentor to the Jaycee chapters across the state.
I live in Hannibal with my husband, Chris, Senator #75944,
and our son, Evan, who is somehow now a Junior in high school. I have worked
in the medical field for the last 21 years working as a Program Coordinator
for an Alzheimer’s unit and currently a Volunteer Coordinator for a local
hospice company. I am active in my community by serving on the Executive
Committee for the High School Booster Club as well as the local Park Board.
My favorite role for at least the next 2 years is that of baseball mom
I love volunteering and being an active member of my
community plus this great Jaycee organization. I try to live life guided by
my favorite line of the Jaycee Creed, ”Service to Humanity is the Best Work
of Life.” Thank you for the opportunity to serve you all this year and into
Chairman of the Board
was first introduced to the Jaycee movement back in 1986 by a
very good friend and fellow Jaycee. I took him up on his
invitation to come out and see what the Jaycees are about. Six
months later, I was hooked and have never looked back. I worked
my way up thru the Executive Board, eventually serving as
President of the Sikeston Jaycees in 1992. During my active time
as a member, I participated in almost every project we did,
starting a few and chairing several along the way. I currently
serve the local chapter as their Election’s Committee Chairman.
I spent several years as a member of the board of directors for
the Sikeston Jaycee Bootheel Rodeo and served as chairman and
co-chairman for several areas. My time and continued work with
the Bootheel Rodeo allowed me the honor of receiving the Art
Saunders Memorial Award in 2007, the highest Rodeo honor a
Sikeston Jaycee can receive. I have served as the program
manager for the Missouri Jaycees’ Ten Outstanding Young
Missourian program in 1994, and was honored as a TOYM recipient
in 1997. In 1996, I was honored with the Sikeston Jaycee’s
Distinguished Service Award. My Senate career started in 2009
when I was awarded my Senatorship from the Sikeston Jaycees.
I was born and raised here in
Sikeston, Missouri. I am currently working on my 39th year with
the same wonderful lady, Kathy. We have a daughter and
son-in-law that reside in Tennessee with our only grandchild. I
currently work as the manager of a body shop for TAG Truck
Center, the local Freightliner dealership, here in Sikeston. My
time in the Jaycee organization and the knowledge that I have
gained has allowed me to serve on many civic boards here in
Sikeston. I spent six years as the city council representative
for the ward we currently live in and this past April, I was
elected to represent our ward again after a twelve-year absence.
I spent many years as a board member for the local Kenny Roger’s
Children Center, served time on the local Economic Development
Board, Tourism Board and currently sit on the Department of
Public Safety Advisory Board.
It was an honor and a
privilege to have served the great state of Missouri as last
year’s Senate president. This year we have a great board to lead
us thru another year.