Volunteerism, charitable giving, and civic support are priorities at Swearingen Communications. In addition to contributing financially, Swearingen Communications donates its time and expertise to non-profits.


Ms. Swearingen has held leadership positions in numerous charitable and civic organizations. She is a longtime member of the San Diego Downtown Breakfast Rotary, and is a Paul Harris Fellow of Rotary International. She is currently active on the Board of Directors and Executive Committee of San Diego Volunteer Lawyer Program; on the Governing Board of Ghost Ranch; and on the  board of the San Diego Downtown Breakfast Rotary Club where she also serves as Sargeant-at-Arms.

Past positions include President of the Board, Foundation for Women; President of the Board, Lamb’s Players Theatre; Executive Committee and Chair of Development, Senior Community Services; Advisory Board, Fermanian Business and Economic Institute at Point Loma Nazarene University; Board member, The Kingdom Builder Foundation of Solana Beach Presbyterian Church; Executive Women’s Council, University Club of San Diego; Headmaster’s Advisory Council, The Bishop’s School; Advisory Member, Thousand Smiles Foundation; Junior League, and Ruling Elder, Presbyterian Church USA.

Leah Swearingen with longtime friend and Rotary colleague, Lynn Hamilton, enjoy the “Justice for All” fundraiser for the San Diego Volunteer Lawyer Program.  Leah serves on the Executive Committee and Board of Directors of SDVLP.

FFW Micro-Loan Coffee

Swearingen Communications donated and coordinated the packaging for this “Micro Loan Blend” of coffee for charity.

Supporting African women to create their own small business was a thrilling volunteer project.

Swearingen Communications sponsored a fun table at the annual gala for the Foundation for Women, which raises money for micro credit loans.

Colonial Williamsburg preserves and restores America’s pre-Revolutionary history.  It is a charming and inspiring living museum that every loyal patriot should visit and support.

Fermanian Business and Economic Institute meeting