FRANKFORT, Ky. — Gov. Andy Beshear made the following appointments to Kentucky boards and commissions.
Gov. Beshear has appointed Michael Hackworth and Erin Sudduth, representing the Department of Education, as members of the Kentucky Technical Education Personnel Board, to serve a term expiring June 30, 2023.
- Michael Douglas Hackworth of Lexington is an executive advisor at the Department of Education. He replaces Jennifer Stafford, whose term has expired.
- Erin Whitney Sudduth of Frankfort is an education program consultant at the Department of Education. She replaces Gene Todd Davis, whose term has expired.
Gov. Beshear has appointed Jason Shelton and Thomas Davis, representing the Kentucky Association of Health Care Facilities, as members of the Kentucky Board of Licensure for Long-Term Care Administrators, to serve a term expiring January 12, 2024.
- Jason Adam Shelton of Bowling Green is the state operations president at Signature Healthcare. He replaces Kimberly Nall of Russell, whose term has expired.
- Thomas B. Davis of Wilmore is the administrator of Diversicare in Nicholasville. He replaces Gregory Wells, whose term has expired.
Gov. Beshear has appointed Marianne Butler, representing Supreme Court District 4, as a member of the Postsecondary Education Nominating Committee, to serve a term expiring April 14, 2024.
- Marianne Butler of Louisville is the manager of community initiatives at Louisville Gas and Electric and Kentucky Utilities. She replaces Angela Minter.
Gov. Beshear has appointed Megan Nicodemus, representing the Kentucky Family Resource Youth Services Coalition, as a member of the Kentucky Agency for Substance Abuse Policy Board, to serve a term expiring on Sept. 20, 2020.
- Megan Nicodemus of Hartford, is a family resource youth service provider at Daviess County High School. She replaces Terona Cobble-Johnson, who has resigned.
Gov. Beshear has appointed Clark Williams, Mark Workman and Kellie Wilson as members of the Board of Directors of the Employers’ Mutual Insurance Authority, to serve terms expiring on December 31, 2023.
- Leon Clark Williams of Lexington, is a minister at Shiloh Baptist Church. He replaces John Farris, whose term has expired.
- Mark Workman of Paducah, is the owner of Bacon Farmer Workman Engineering & Testing, Inc. He replaces Timothy Mauntel, whose term has expired.
- Kellie Wilson of Harlan, is an attorney. She replaces Brandon Voelker, whose term has expired.
Gov. Beshear has appointed Cory Skolnick, representing the Republican Party of Kentucky, as a member of the State Board of Elections, to serve a term expiring on Sept. 15, 2022.
Cory Skolnick of Louisville, is an attorney at Frost Brown Todd LLC. He replaces Joshua Branscum, who has resigned.