Corporate Moves: June-July 2020

New leadership for Kentucky businesses

By LaneReport.com staff

BIG MOVES

Lynn Tsiboukas has been named vice president and human resources director for Lexington-based Bank of the Bluegrass & Trust Co.

Ben Stollerman has been named to lead the Government Studio for Luckett & Farley, a Louisville-based architecture, engineering, and interior design firm.

• United Way of the Bluegrass has announced the following appointments:

Sean Ross has been named vice president, resource development.

Jonathan Kohn has been promoted to vice president, community impact.

Melissa Karrer has been named as the new executive director of Kentucky CancerLink.


BANKING

 Pamela Goetting has joined Heartland Bank as senior vice president of the Northern Kentucky region.

BUSINESS/ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

 Deana Epperly Karem has been selected as the new president and CEO of the Jeffersontown Chamber of Commerce. She succeeds John Cosby, who is retiring at the end of June. 

EDUCATION

 Dwayne Mack has been named vice president for diversity, equity and inclusion at Berea College.

 Jeffery Talbert has been named director of the University of Kentucky Institute for Biomedical Informatics.

 Jason Brooks has been named director for institutional engagement for the University of Kentucky.

 Angela Crawford has been appointed vice president for digital, graduate and professional programs at Thomas More University.

• Transylvania University has named Interim President John N. Williams as the university’s permanent president.

 Jeff Whitaker has been named chief information officer at Eastern Kentucky University.

 David Hendricksen has been named dean of the Sullivan University College of Hospitality Studies.

 Deidra Dennie has been named vice president for diversity and inclusion at Transylvania University.

GOVERNMENT

 Terrance Sullivan has been appointed executive director of the Kentucky Commission on Human Rights.

• Cookie Crews has been appointed commissioner of the Kentucky Department of Corrections.

 Mark Carter has joined the office of the secretary of the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services as executive adviser, leading the COVID-19 contact tracing program.

HEALTH CARE

 Matt Smith has been named chief executive officer of Clark Regional Medical Center in Winchester.

LEGAL

 Justin Knappick has been named partner at DBL Law. He is based at the firm’s Northern Kentucky office.

MEDIA

 Jay Hall has joined Lexington-based Wrigley Media Group as senior vice president, business development.

NONPROFIT

 Allison Adams has joined the Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky as vice president for public policy.

 Amy Pehlke has been named executive director of Susan G. Komen Kentucky, an organization that advocates and supports individuals with breast cancer. Former Executive Director Lynda Weeks has assumed a new role as director of development for the organization. 

RETAIL

 Dan Dipiazzo has been named chief marketing officer for Louisville-based Feeders Supply Co.

SALES

 Fred Sizemore has joined Stuart Powell Ford-Lincoln-Mazda in Danville as director of dealership operations.

TECHNOLOGY

 Mark Lattis has been named CEO for PSST LLC, a Louisville company that provides administrative solutions for school systems.

 Mario Gutierrez has been named vice president of business development for Louisville-based Aperity Inc.

UTILITIES

 Charles Dick has been appointed superintendent of operations for Kentucky American Water’s central division.

 Adam Caswell has been appointed director of government affairs for Kentucky American Water.

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