Gov. Bevin makes appointments to Kentucky boards and commissions

FRANKFORT, Ky. — Gov. Matt Bevin has made the following appointments to Kentucky boards and commissions:

Orbrey Hollis Gritton, Kellie C. Baker, Christopher Cusick, Joseph McClung, Billy Joe Phelps, and Gary W. Moore have been appointed to the Kentucky Transportation Center Advisory Board.

  • Judge Orbrey Hollis Gritton, of Lawrenceburg, is county judge/executive of Anderson County. He will represent the Kentucky Association of Counties and serve for a term expiring Aug. 10, 2020.
  • Kellie C. Baker, of Somerset, is airport manager of Lake Cumberland Regional Airport. She will represent members at-large and serve for a term expiring Aug. 10, 2020.
  • Christopher Cusick, of Union, is vice president and general manager of Bray Trucking, Inc. He will represent members at-large and serve for a term expiring Aug. 10, 2020.
  • Joseph McClung, of Leitchfield, is owner of Bluegrass Telephone Company. He will represent members at-large and serve for a term expiring Aug. 10, 2020.
  • Mayor Billy Joe Phelps, of Morgantown, is mayor of the City of Morgantown. He will represent the Kentucky League of Cities and serve for a term expiring Aug. 10, 2020.
  • Judge Gary W. Moore, of Burlington, is county judge/executive of Boone County. He will represent the Kentucky County Judge/Executive Association and serve for a term expiring Aug. 10, 2020.

The Kentucky Transportation Center Advisory Board consists of nine members. The Board was established by the General Assembly in 1984 with the purpose of assisting with policy formation and providing direction to the Center, which utilizes applied research to provide a safe, efficient, environmentally sound and fiscally responsible transportation system that delivers economic opportunity and enhances the quality of life in the Commonwealth.

Marshall B. Johnson has been appointed to the Motorcycle Safety Education Advisory Commission.

  • Marshall B. Johnson, of Lexington, is a captain and driver testing commander with the Kentucky State Police. He will represent the Kentucky State Police and serve for a term expiring June 30, 2022.

The Motorcycle Safety Education Advisory Commission is made up of seven gubernatorial appointees. The Commission is charged with fostering the growth and development of the motorcycle safety and education program of the Commonwealth.

Adam Futrell, Alma L. Randolph, Jerry E. Cowherd, Vincent “Kelly” Cummins, Debbie A. Cole, Rebecca Cuzick, Tommy Bailey, Luis D. Fuentes, Kem Delaney-Ellis, Garnetta Smith, and Yvette Goodwin Jamison have been appointed to the Commission on Human Rights.

  • Adam Futrell, of Paducah, is an attorney. He will represent the 1st Supreme Court District and serve for a term expiring Sept. 12, 2020.
  • Alma L. Randolph, of Owensboro, is a consultant with Higher Ground Consulting. She will represent the 2nd Supreme Court District and serve for a term expiring Sept. 12, 2021.
  • Jerry E. Cowherd, of Greensburg, is a retired educator. He will represent the 3rd Supreme Court District and serve for a term expiring Sept. 12, 2021.
  • Vincent “Kelly” Cummins, of Louisville, is a retired UPS corporate division manager. He will represent the 4th Supreme Court District and serve for a term expiring Sept. 12, 2020.
  • Debbie A. Cole, of Lexington, is a data entry representative with MetLife/Conduent. She will represent the 5th Supreme Court District and serve for a term expiring Sept. 12, 2019.
  • Rebecca Cuzick, of Elsmere, is a deputy clerk with the Boone County Clerk’s Office. She will represent the 6th Supreme Court District and serve for a term expiring Sept. 12, 2019.
  • Tommy Bailey, of Hazard, is a retired Social Security claims representative. She will represent the 7th Supreme Court District and serve for a term expiring Sept. 12, 2019.
  • Luis D. Fuentes, of Frankfort, is publisher and editor of El Kentubano. He will represent the state at-large and serve for a term expiring Sept. 12, 2019.
  • Kem Delaney-Ellis, of Shelbyville, is director of health policy for Norton Healthcare. She will represent the state at-large and serve for a term expiring Sept. 12, 2020.
  • Garnetta Smith, of Louisville, is an administrator with the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. She will represent the state at-large and serve for a term expiring Sept. 12, 2020.
  • Yvette Goodwin Jamison, of Louisville, is executive director of Robert Jamison Ministries, Inc. She will represent the state at-large and serve for a term expiring Sept. 12, 2021.

The Commission on Human Rights receives, initiates, investigates, conciliates and rules upon jurisdictional complaints alleging violations of the Kentucky Civil Rights Act. Certified with substantial equivalency to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Commission also enforces the policies set forth in The U.S. Civil Rights Act, The U.S. Fair Housing Act, The U.S. Americans with Disabilities Act and other federal civil rights laws.

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