BLUE GRASS COMMUNITY FOUNDATION
■ The Blue Grass Community Foundation has elected its officers for fiscal year 2020: Chair – Fran Taylor, owner of Lexington Silver, LLC; Vice Chair – Travis Musgrave, wealth management advisor with Merrill Lynch; Secretary – Salvador Sanchez, owner of A Cup of Commonwealth, Chocolate Holler and Magic Beans Coffee Roasters; and Treasurer – Andy Reynolds, chief operations officer of Ballast.
COMMUNITY TRUST BANK INC.
■ Ina Michelle “Missy” Matthews has been appointed to the board of directors of Community Trust Bank Inc. Matthews is president of Whitesburg-based Childers Oil/Double Kwik.
CONSUMERS’ ADVISORY COUNCIL
■ The following individuals have been appointed to the Consumers’ Advisory Council: Jeannine Bell Smith, Crescent Springs; Calvin Michael Music, Hagerhill; Alyssa Dara McDowell, Covington; and Benjamin Joseph Taylor, Lexington.
EASTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY
■ Janice Sword Way has been appointed as a member of the Eastern Kentucky University board of regents. Way, of Hebron, has served as president of Leadership Kentucky since 2015.
■ Dr. Rebecca Booth has been elected to the Eclipse Bank board of directors. Booth is a physician at Women First of Louisville.
FEDERAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON INSURANCE
■ Kentucky Department of Insurance Commissioner Nancy Atkins has been appointed to serve on the Federal Advisory Committee on Insurance.
FISH AND WILDLIFE RESOURCES COMMISSION
■ Paul Bryan Horn Jr. and Karl Duane Clinard have been appointed as members of the Fish and Wildlife Resources Commission. Horn, of Prestonsburg, is the president of Booth Energy. Clinard, of Somerset, is a retired orthodontist.
FOUNDATION FOR A HEALTHY KENTUCKY
■ Retired Lexington oncologist Elvis Donaldson has been named to the community advisory council of the Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky.
GATEWAY COMMUNITY & TECHNICAL COLLEGE
■ John Baines and Charlie Coleman have been appointed to the Gateway Community & Technical College board of directors. Baines is a consultant and executive coach at Insight Partners LLC and previously served as president of Hahn Automation from 2004 until 2018. Coleman is a Campbell County commissioner and former a teacher, assistant principal, athletic director and head football coach.
KENTON COUNTY AIRPORT BOARD
■ Robert M. (Bob) Hoffer has been appointed to the board of directors of the Kenton County Airport Board. Hoffer is managing partner of DBL Law.
KENTUCKY CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS
■ The following individuals have been appointed to serve on the board of directors of the Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts: Kate Shapira Latts, Paula Harshaw, Lindy Street, Jeff Kosse, Doug Owen, Angela Leet, Bruce Merrick and Laura Melillo Barnum. Joining the Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts Foundation board of directors are: Tim Galbraith, Todd Lowe, Chris Kipper and Rick Guillaume.
KENTUCKY COMMISSION ON MILITARY AFFAIRS
■ Steven Phillip Bullard and Laura R. Harper have been appointed as members of the Kentucky Commission on Military Affairs. Bullard, of Crestwood, is the executive director of the Kentucky Commission on Military Affairs. Harper, of Cadiz, is the vice president of Western Kentucky SMA.
KENTUCKY HOUSING CORP.
■ Edwin Dale King, Barry Grant Noffsinger and Phillip J. Moffett have been appointed as members of the Kentucky Housing Corp. board of directors. King, of Union, is the chief financial officer of Brandstetter Carroll Inc. Noffsinger, of Lexington, is a sales and marketing manager. Moffett, of Louisville, is a real estate broker.
KENTUCKY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
■ R. Brent Wright, a family medicine physician in Glasgow, has been installed as president of the Kentucky Medical Association. Other officers elected to serve are: President-Elect – Dr. Robert Couch, Louisville; Vice President – Dr. Dale E. Toney, Lexington; Speaker – Dr. Danesh Mazloomdoost, Lexington; and Vice Speaker – Dr. Monalisa Tailor, Louisville.
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF STATE DEPARTMENTS OF AGRICULTURE
■ Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner Ryan Quarles has been elected vice president of the National Association of State Departments of Agriculture, a nonpartisan, nonprofit association that represents the elected and appointed commissioners, secretaries, and directors of the departments of agriculture in all 50 states and four U.S. territories.
NATIONAL PUBLIC RADIO
■ Mike Savage, director and general manager of WEKU radio in Richmond, has been elected to the board of directors for National Public Radio.
NORTHERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY
■ Andrá R. Ward has been appointed as a member of the Northern Kentucky University board of regents. Ward, of Cincinnati, is president and CEO of The KhafreWard Corp.
SAINT JOSEPH HOSPITAL FOUNDATION
■ The Saint Joseph Hospital Foundation in Lexington has announced its new board of directors: Chair – Lee C. Hall; Vice Chair – Jay E. Ingle; Secretary – Tracy Colon; and Treasurer – Larry Cowgill. The remainder of the board is comprised of Judy Albrecht, Kathy Arms, Diane Cashen, Judy Cummins, Laura Hayden, Missy Lange, Clint Long, Daryl K. Love, Foundation President Leslie Smart, Saint Joseph Hospital President Bruce Tassin, Alan VanArsdall, Teresa Wallen, Julie Whitman and Greg Yeary.
■ The board of trustees of Shaker Village has elected G. Watts Humphrey Jr. as chairman and Ann Bakhaus as vice chair. Humphrey, of Harrodsburg, is president of GWH Holdings Inc. and has served on the board of trustees since 1990. Bakhaus, of Lexington, is the retired CEO of Kentucky Eagle Inc. and has served on the board since 2011.
SHEPHERD HIGHER EDUCATION CONSORTIUM ON POVERTY PROGRAM
■ Mindy Wilson, associate director for the Center for Career & Professional Development at Centre College, has joined the governing board of the Shepherd Higher Education Consortium on Poverty program.
UNIFORM LAW COMMISSION
■ The Uniform Law Commission (ULC) has appointed Morgan Pottinger McGarvey attorney John McGarvey as Uniform Commercial Code committee chair for a two-year term. McGarvey has served as Kentucky’s legislative liaison for the ULC since 2006.
UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
■ Joe Rollin Bowen and Anthony Charles (A.C.) Donahue have been appointed as members of the University of Kentucky board of trustees.
WOMEN LEADING KENTUCKY
■ Emily H. Cowles has been named to the board of directors of Women Leading Kentucky, a statewide networking organization. Cowles is a member with the McBrayer law firm.