AMERICAN COLLEGE OF BANKRUPTCY
■ Taft A. McKinstry has been elected secretary of the board of directors of the American College of Bankruptcy, an honorary public service association of bankruptcy and insolvency professionals. McKinstry is an attorney with Fowler Bell PLLC.
APPALACHIAN/KENTUCKY ARTISANS GATEWAY CENTER AUTHORITY
■ Bobby Carol Noland, of Irvine, has been appointed as both a member and chair of the Appalachian/Kentucky Artisans Gateway Center Authority.
BAPTIST HEALTH FOUNDATION OF GREATER LOUISVILLE
■ Andy Powell and Sue Stout Tamme have been elected to the board of directors for the Baptist Health Foundation of Greater Louisville. Powell is executive vice president and chief lending officer for Republic Bank. Tamme served as president of the Louisville market for Baptist Health System from 2011 to 2014 and was chief executive officer of Baptist Hospital East (now Baptist Health Louisville) from 1995 to 2011.
■ Diana Artist Wallace, Miriam (Mim) R. Pride and Ken Koh have been elected to the Berea College board of trustees. Wallace is an independent contract editor for Kinesis-Cem, a market research company. Pride is president emeritus of Blackburn College in Illinois. Koh is the group CEO of Singapore-based Yang Kee Logistics Pte Ltd.
■ Marisa E. Main has been elected to the board of directors of the Blackacre Conservancy, an organization dedicated to preserving the history Blackacre, a pre-Civil War farmhouse near Louisville, and promoting outdoor and environmental education throughout Kentucky.
EXECUTIVE BRANCH ETHICS COMMISSION
■ Christopher W. Brooker and April A. Wimberg have been appointed to the Executive Branch Ethics Commission. Brooker, of Louisville, is an attorney with Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs LLP. Wimberg, also of Louisville, is an attorney with Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP.
GOVERNOR’S SCHOLARS PROGRAM
■ Sharon Claypool and Noel Rush II have been appointed to the Governor’s Scholars Program board of directors. Claypool, of Park Hills, is a retired secondary French language teacher. Rush, of Louisville, is senior vice president of commercial development with RJ Corman Railroad Group.
GREATER LOUISVILLE INC.
■ Greater Louisville Inc. has announced eight new board members: Theresa Canaday, Frost Brown Todd; Gerard Colman, Baptist Health; Nick D’Andrea, UPS; Sam Scales, Ford Motor Co.; James Iacocca, Knox Regional Development Alliance; David James, Louisville Metro Council; Dan Mann, Louisville Regional Airport Authority; and Tammy York Day, Louisville Healthcare CEO Council.
HENRY CLAY MEMORIAL FOUNDATION
■ Linda Breathitt, Mack Cox and Lee Greer have been named to the board of directors of the Henry Clay Memorial Foundation, an organization dedicated to promoting the legacy of the Kentucky statesman.
HORIZON COMMUNITY FUNDS OF NORTHERN KENTUCKY
■ Valerie Newell has been elected to the council of trustees for Horizon Community Funds of Northern Kentucky, a charitable organization that works to improve the quality of life in Northern Kentucky. Newell is chair and managing director of Mariner Wealth Advisors (formerly known as RiverPoint Capital Management).
KENTUCKY AGENCY FOR SUBSTANCE ABUSE POLICY
■ Tim G. Robinson has been appointed as a member of the Kentucky Agency for Substance Abuse Policy. Robinson, of Louisa, is the chief executive officer of Addiction Recovery Care.
KENTUCKY BOARD OF EDUCATION
■ The following individuals have been appointed to the Kentucky Board of Education: Hal Heiner, Louisville; Kathy Gornik, Lexington; Tracey Cusick, Union; Joe Papalia, Louisville; Laura Timberlake, Ashland; Amanda Stamper, Lexington; Ben Cundiff, Cadiz; Rich Gimmel, Louisville; Gary Houchens, Bowling Green; Alesa G. Johnson, Somerset; and Milton C. Seymore, Louisville.
KENTUCKY BOARD OF HOME INSPECTORS
■ Steven Cunningham and Paul Ogden have been appointed as members of the Kentucky Board of Home Inspectors. Cunningham, of Lexington, is a home inspector for HomeTeam Inspection Service. Ogden, of Louisville, is a Realtor for RE/MAX Properties East in Louisville.
KENTUCKY COMMUNITY AND TECHNICAL COLLEGE SYSTEM
■ Wendy Fletcher has been appointed to the Kentucky Community and Technical College System board of regents. Fletcher, of Morehead, is an advanced practice registered nurse with St. Claire HealthCare.
KENTUCKY COUNCIL ON POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION
■ Laura R. Harper and Ronald C. Beal have been appointed as members of the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education. Harper, of Cadiz, is the western Kentucky vice president for Rogers Group Inc. Beal, of Bowling Green, is the president of ACR Tubes Division for Luvata/Outokumpu Tubes Division.
KENTUCKY NONPROFIT NETWORK
■ Florence Tandy has been elected to the board of directors of the Kentucky Nonprofit Network. Tandy, of Crittenden, is the executive director of the Northern Kentucky Community Action Commission, an eight-county human services organization.
KENTUCKY STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS
■ Sherry Rene Whitehouse and DeAnna Brangers have been appointed members of the Kentucky State Board of Elections. Whitehouse, of Brooks, is the CEO of Whitehouse Solutions. Brangers, of Prospect, is a community volunteer.
KENTUCKY STATE CORRECTIONS COMMISSION
■ Robert Boggs, Shelly Lemons Alvey, Randall G. Dial and Brenda M. Tiffany have been appointed as members of the Kentucky State Corrections Commission. Boggs, of Grayson, is jailer for the Carter County Detention Center. Alvey, of Lebanon Junction, is commonwealth’s attorney for Bullitt County. Dial, of Middleburg, is the Casey County judge-executive. Tiffany, of Rineyville, is a project manager for Fiserv.
■ Randy Coe has been named chair of Kosair Charities in Louisville.
LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS OF LEXINGTON
■ The League of Women Voters of Lexington has elected its officers and directors for the 2018-2019 year: President – Tammy Fagley; Second Vice President – Donna Blue; Secretary – Richard Heine; Treasurer – Barbara Sterrett. Directors: Liz Holland, Mary Hughes, Jennifer Jackson, Lauren Wallace, Barb Welch and Laura Zimmerman. Appointed directors: Diana Clewett, Cindy Heine, Judy Johnson and Carole O’ Reilly.
NATIONAL COAL COUNCIL
■ Danny L. Gray, executive vice president, governmental and environmental affairs at Louisville-based Charah, has been named vice chair of the National Coal Council.
PHARMACY TECHNICIAN EDUCATORS COUNCIL
■ Dr. Sarah Lawrence, director of the pharmacy technician program at Sullivan University College of Pharmacy, has been elected president-elect of the national Pharmacy Technician Educators Council.