On the Boards: Aug. 2018

Kentuckians named to organizational leadership roles

ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE AND RELATED DISORDERS ADVISORY COUNCIL

Diane Spencer has been appointed as a member of the Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders Advisory Council. Spencer, of Lexington, is a recruiter coordinator and research assistant for the Sanders-Brown Center on Aging.

COMMONWEALTH COUNCIL ON DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES

Norb Ryan has been appointed as a member of the Commonwealth Council on Developmental Disabilities. Ryan, of Versailles, is a retired state ADA coordinator.

COMMUNITY TRUST BANK

James Randall “Randy” Staton has been named to the advisory board for Community Trust Bank’s
Mt. Sterling market.

JUVENILE JUSTICE ADVISORY BOARD

Shelby Taylor Gardner has been appointed as a member of the Juvenile Justice Advisory Board. Gardner, of Louisville, is a quality control specialist at Radial.

KENTUCKY AIRPORT ZONING COMMISSION

Charles Thomas Miller has been appointed as a member of the Kentucky Airport Zoning Commission. Miller, of Crestwood, is the former executive director for the Louisville Regional Airport Authority.

KENTUCKY BOARD OF LICENSURE FOR OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY

Joshua Benjamin Skuller, of Louisville, has been appointed to the Kentucky Board of Licensure for Occupational Therapy.

KENTUCKY COMMISSION ON FIRE PROTECTION, PERSONNEL, STANDARDS AND EDUCATION

Patrick Lucas has been appointed to the Commission on Fire Protection, Personnel, Standards and Education. Lucas, of High Plains, is a Louisville Fire Department firefighter and Jefferson County volunteer firefighter.

KENTUCKY GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION ADVISORY COUNCIL

Robert Kelly Hewitt, Kimberly Denise Ezell, James K. Roberts, Brent Edward O’Neill, Louis R. Hill and Buddhi Gyawali have been appointed as members of the Geographic Information Advisory Council. Hewitt, of Frankfort, is the director of the Planning and Building Codes Department for Franklin County Fiscal Court. Ezell, of Madisonville, is the GIS coordinator for Hopkins County Fiscal Court. Roberts, of Nicholasville, is a civil engineer and surveyor with Bell Engineering. O’Neill, of Lexington, is a director of engineering for Kentucky American Water. Hill, of Walton, is a GIS analyst. Gyawali, of Lexington, is an associate professor in the Division of Environmental Studies and Sustainable Systems at Kentucky State University.

KENTUCKY STATE BOARD OF CHIROPRACTIC EXAMINERS

Dr. Eric Martin Davis, of Philpot, has been appointed as a member of the Kentucky State Board of Chiropractic Examiners.

NATIONAL EMS ADVISORY COUNCIL

Chuck O’Neal, deputy executive director of the Kentucky Board of Emergency Medical Services, has been appointed to the National EMS Advisory Council.

NURSING HOME OMBUDSMAN AGENCY OF THE BLUEGRASS INC.

Kathy Carter, of Frankfort, has been named to the board of directors of the Nursing Home Ombudsman Agency of the Bluegrass Inc.

PREVENT CHILD ABUSE KENTUCKY

The following individuals have been named to the board of directors of Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky: Joe Baer, Professional Firefighters Association; Katie Bouvier, Walters, Meadows, Richardson PLLC; Renee Craddock, Commonwealth Network; Jordan Huizenga, Development with Children Inc.; Carter Miller, Webb Cos.; Jeremy Murrell, Kentucky State Police; Jordan Parker, Traditional Bank; Robert Prichard, St. Elizabeth Healthcare; John Stovall, Teamsters Local 783; and Alan Sutherland, Clark Material Handling. Serving as officers for the organization are: President – Kevin W. Payton, Top Shelf Lobby; Vice President – Jaime Pittenger, UK Children’s Hospital; and Secretary/Treasurer – Jordan Parker, Traditional Bank.

SMALL BUSINESS INSTITUTE

David Snow has been elected to serve as vice president of programs-elect of the Small Business Institute, an organization that serves as a link between business, education and community. Snow is director of the Kentucky Innovation Network Pikeville office and associate professor of business at the University of Pikeville.

STATE ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR THE LAND AND WATER CONSERVATION FUND

The following individuals have been named as members of the State Advisory Committee for the Land and Water Conservation Fund:

John Kington, Prospect; William Herald Adkisson, Erlanger; Don R. Gibson, Leburn; Jeffery Doug Morgan, Morehead; Ronnie Everett Claiborne, Nancy; Russell Lee Edwards, Providence; Molly Elizabeth Caldwell, Lexington; Vanessa Lenear, Florence; John R. Triplett, Warfield; Jeffrey Wayne Holland, Hopkinsville; Kathy Hopkins, Lexington; Nelson Robert Scott, Pikeville; Chester Alan Hayes, California; Nicholas Craig Hazel, Campbellsville; and Charles Montgomery Haddaway IV, Pleasure Ridge Park.

STATE BOARD OF EMBALMERS AND FUNERAL DIRECTORS

Roth Mason has been appointed to the State Board of Embalmers and Funeral Directors. Mason, of Madisonville, is a funeral director for Mason & Sons Funeral Home.

STATE BOARD OF LICENSURE FOR PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS AND LAND SURVEYORS

James J. Bertram Jr. has been appointed to the State Board of Licensure for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors. Bertram, of Taylor Mill, is a surveyor and director for Keystone Surveying and Mapping, Inc.

UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY ALUMNI ASSOCIATION

■ The University of Kentucky Alumni Association has announced its officers for the 2018-19 board of directors: President – J. Fritz Skeen, Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla; President-Elect – Taunya A. Phillips, Lexington; Treasurer – Hannah Miner Myers, Madisonville; and Secretary – Timothy Walsh, Lexington.

WORLD TRADE CENTER KENTUCKY

The World Trade Center Kentucky has named four new directors to its board: Roberto Fuentes – vice president, Valvoline International; Sarah Olive – international business development analyst, Big Ass Fans; Will Snell – co-director, Kentucky Agricultural Leadership Program, University of Kentucky; Stewart Ditto – president, Kentucky Aerospace Industry Consortium; Donna Moloney – advisor for governmental initiatives, Alltech; and Eric Sauvage – president and chief executive officer, LBX.

YOUNG PROFESSIONALS ASSOCIATION OF LOUISVILLE

The Young Professionals Association of Louisville has announced its 2018-2019 board of directors: President – Aimee Jewell, University of Louisville; President-Elect – Nathan Shanks, Maverick Insurance Group; Immediate Past President – Drew Eckman, Frost Brown Todd; Treasurer – Westley Vance, MCM CPAs & Advisors; Secretary – Kellie Money, Frost Brown Todd; Vice President of Public Relations – Sally George, Doe-Anderson; Vice President of Community – Jenna Haugen, University of Louisville; Vice President of Programming – Rudy Ellis, Goldberg Simpson; Vice President of Engagement – Gary Spence, Republic Bank; Director of Communications – Kristina Johns, Vest Advertising; Director of Technology – Jay Brown, Smart Data Systems; Director of Community Outreach – Mandy Jackson, Gunderson Marketing; Director of Public Issues – Jack Newton, Louisville Downtown Partnership; Director of Entertainment – Hunter T. Ellington, Fifth Third Private Bank; Director of Professional Development – Sarah Humphrey, Home of the Innocents; Director of Leadership – Laura Nunnelley, University of Louisville College of Business; Director of Diversity and Inclusion – Kasen Meek, Uspiritus; Director of Recruitment – Cassidy Hyde, Make-A-Wish, Kentucky and Indiana; and Director of Membership – Christian Bowles, Q2 Business Capital.

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