ASSOCIATION OF TECHNOLOGY, MANAGEMENT AND APPLIED ENGINEERING
• Thomas Buteyn has been elected as the student member of the board of directors for the Association of Technology, Management and Applied Engineering, a collegiate accrediting agency and professional organization. Buteyn, of Somerset, is pursuing a master’s degree in engineering and technology management at Morehead State University.
CHARITABLE GAMING ADVISORY COMMISSION
• Jim Sichko has been appointed to serve on Kentucky’s Charitable Gaming Advisory Commission. Sichko is a priest for the Catholic Diocese of Lexington and papal missionary for Pope Francis.
COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS
• Timothy Thomas, Frank Smith and Lisa Chaney have been appointed as members of Kentucky’s Commission on Human Rights. Thomas, of Madisonville, is a funeral director. Smith, of Louisville, is a pastor and vice president at Simmons College of Kentucky. Chaney, of Willisburg, is the president of Impetus Consulting.
COMMISSION ON SMALL BUSINESS ADVOCACY
• Lesa Seibert and Joshua Ravenscraft have been appointed to serve on Kentucky’s Commission on Small Business Advocacy. Seibert, of Louisville, is the owner of Mightily. Ravenscraft, of Morehead, is the founder of New Frontier.
• Joe Kelley and Brian Brackeen have been appointed to the board of directors for the Louisville regional office of Endeavor, an organization that provides support for entrepreneurs around the world. Kelley is president and CEO of Kelley Construction Inc. Brackeen is a general partner at Lightship Capital, a Cincinnati-based venture capital firm that works with underrepresented entrepreneurs in the Midwest.
FUND FOR THE ARTS
• Carolyn Purcell Michener has been appointed to the NeXtGen Board of Louisville’s Fund for the Arts. Michener is an attorney with the law firm of Stites & Harbison PLLC.
JUVENILE JUSTICE OVERSIGHT COUNCIL
• John Adams, Tyra Walker and John Ward have been named to Kentucky’s Juvenile Justice Oversight Council. Adams, of Hopkinsville, is a district judge for the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Walker, of Louisville, is a teacher for Jefferson County Public Schools. Ward, of Elizabethtown, is the sheriff in Hardin County.
KENTON COUNTY AIRPORT BOARD
• Dale Losey has been appointed to the Kenton County Airport Board, which oversees the operations of the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport. Losey is chief financial officer for Chavez Properties.
KENTUCKY AGRICULTURAL FINANCE CORP.
• David Rink and Mac Stone have been named to the Kentucky Agricultural Finance Corp. Board of Directors. Rink, of Finchville, is a corporate banker at Old National Bank. Stone, of Georgetown, is a farmer.
KENTUCKY AUTHORITY FOR EDUCATIONAL TELEVISION
• Leah Adkins has been appointed as a member of the Kentucky Authority for Educational Television.
KENTUCKY BOARD OF ALCOHOL AND DRUG COUNSELORS
• Bruce Dudley has been appointed as a member of the Kentucky Board of Alcohol and Drug Counselors. Dudley, of Louisville, is an attorney with the firm of Wyatt, Tarrant and Combs LLP.
KENTUCKY BOARD OF EDUCATION
• Randy Poe has been appointed to serve on the Kentucky Board of Education. Poe, of Union, is the executive director of the Northern Kentucky Education Council and previously served as superintendent of the Boone County school system until his retirement in June 2020.
KENTUCKY BOARD OF HOME INSPECTORS
• Ralph Halcomb has been appointed as a member of the Kentucky Board of Home Inspectors. Halcomb, of Gray, is the principal of the Knox County Area Technology Center.
KENTUCKY CENTER FOR THE ARTS CORP.
• Valerie Washington has been appointed as a member of the Kentucky Center for the Arts Corp. Washington is a pastor at Hughlett Temple AME Zion Church in Louisville.
KENTUCKY COMMUNITY AND TECHNICAL COLLEGE SYSTEM
• Barry Martin has been appointed to the Kentucky Community and Technical College System Board of Regents. Martin, of Lexington, is the CEO of Primary Care Centers of Eastern Kentucky.
KENTUCKY COMMUNITY CRISIS RESPONSE BOARD
• The following individuals have been appointed to serve on the Kentucky Community Crisis Response Board: Deborah Dawson-Crain, Louisville; Kelly Pompilio, Fort Thomas; Harold Jones II, Winchester; Pamela Fleitz, Mount Washington; John Gosper, Lexington; Donna Woodward, Greenville; Michael Ward, Alexandria; Michael Humble, Russellville; and William Bratcher, Calhoun.
KENTUCKY COUNCIL ON POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION
• The Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education has named 22 Kentucky college students to a new advisory panel that will offer diverse perspectives on student concerns and policies in higher education. Members include: Ethan Clark Allen, West Kentucky Community and Technical College; Rachel Burns, University of Louisville; Priyadarshini Chandrashekhar, University of Louisville; Cameron Davis French, University of Kentucky; Taylor Hoffman, Eastern Kentucky University; Molly Logsdon, Murray State University; Te’Asia Martin, University of Kentucky; Eyouel Mekonnen, Eastern Kentucky University; Scott Nelson, Western Kentucky University; Aaron Anthony Nethery, Murray State University; Nadia Pacheco, West Kentucky Community and Technical College; Jason Brent Parsons II, Morehead State University; Mallory B. Quisenberry, University of Kentucky; Trevor Daniel Schooley, Somerset Community College; Mahogany M. Shelton, Kentucky State University; Walter Steely, Murray State University; Abigail Nicole Stewart, Jefferson Community and Technical College; Afi Henriette Tagnedji, University of Louisville; Michaela Taylor, University of Kentucky; Clay Wallace, Morehead State University; Gregory Thomas Wieland, Northern Kentucky University; and Noah Young, University of Louisville.
KENTUCKY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PARTNERSHIP
• Scott Lusk has been appointed as a member of the board of the Kentucky Economic Development Partnership Board. Lusk, of Guston, is vice president of The Lusk Group.
KENTUCKY FILM COMMISSION
• Jordan Smith, Gill Holland and Alan Forbes have been named members of the Kentucky Film Commission. Smith, of Murray, is the director of government/institutional relations at Murray State University. Holland, of Louisville, is a film producer. Forbes, of Paris, is a motion picture production manager.
KENTUCKY FISH AND WILDLIFE COMMISSION
• David Jones, Joshua Lillard and Robert Lear have been appointed to the Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Commission. Jones, of Barlow, is the owner of Green Timber Duck Club. Lillard, of Hebron, is a sales representative for Emerge IT Solutions. Lear, of Versailles, is a real estate agent for Keller Williams Bluegrass Realty.
KENTUCKY HIGHER EDUCATION ASSISTANCE AUTHORITY AND KENTUCKY HIGHER EDUCATION STUDENT LOAN CORP.
• John Daugherty, Catheryn Dykstra and Gary Cox have been appointed to the board of directors of the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority and the Kentucky Higher Education Student Loan Corp.
KENTUCKY HORSE RACING COMMISSION
• Tom Riddle has been named to the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission. Riddle is a veterinarian at the Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital in Lexington.
KENTUCKY LAW ENFORCEMENT COUNCIL
• Murray Police Chief Jeffrey Liles has been appointed as a member of the Kentucky Law Enforcement Council.
KENTUCKY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
• The Kentucky Medical Association has elected its new officers for the upcoming year: President – Dr. Dale Toney, Lexington; President-Elect – Dr. Neal Moser, Crestview Hills; Vice President – Dr. Michael Kuduk, Winchester; and Secretary-Treasurer – Dr. Jiapeng Huang, Louisville.
KENTUCKY REAL ESTATE COMMISSION
• Gus Hauser and Raquel Carter have been appointed to the Kentucky Real Estate Commission. Hauser of London, is the chief operating officer of PT Pros. Carter, of Lexington, is the owner of Guide Realty Inc.
KENTUCKY STATE POLICE PERSONNEL BOARD
• David Snardon has been named to the Kentucky State Police Personnel Board. Snardon, of Louisville, is a pastor at Joshua Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church.
KENTUCKY WORKERS’ COMPENSATION FUNDING COMMISSION
• Lexington attorney Timothy Feld has been appointed as a member of the Kentucky Workers’ Compensation Funding Commission.
MARION COUNTY INDUSTRIAL FOUNDATION
• Dr. David George has joined the board of directors of the Marion County Industrial Foundation. George is president of Family and Internal Medicine in Lebanon and medical director for the Village and Cedars of Lebanon nursing centers.
MOREHEAD STATE UNIVERSITY
• Arthur Walker III has been appointed to the Morehead State University Board of Regents. Walker, of Mount Sterling, is president of Walker Construction and Materials LLC, a highway construction and materials company.
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF STATE DEPARTMENTS OF AGRICULTURE
• Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner Ryan Quarles has been elected president of the National Association of State Departments of Agriculture.
• Northern Kentucky University’s board of regents has elected its new officers for the coming year: Chair – Andrá R. Ward; Vice Chair – Normand G. Desmarais; and Secretary – Gregory Shumate. Serving on the NKU Board of Regents are Michael Baranowski, David Bauer, Rich Boehne, Lauren Goodwin, Ashley Himes, Dennis Repenning, Ken Perry and Lee Scheben.
PETERSON DUMESNIL HOUSE FOUNDATION
• Lucy Paez, Alex Linderman and Dr. Andrei Moldoveanu have been appointed to the board of directors of the Peterson Dumesnil House Foundation, a landmark site in Louisville.
SARNOFF CARDIOVASCULAR RESEARCH FOUNDATION
• Alan Daugherty has been elected to serve as chair of the Scientific Committee of the Sarnoff Cardiovascular Research Foundation, an organization that trains medical students to be leaders in cardiovascular science and medicine. Daugherty is senior associate dean for research at the University of Kentucky College of Medicine.
UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
• The following individuals have been appointed as members of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees: Ron Geoghegan, retired public affairs executive, Louisville; Raymond Daniels, owner of Equity Solutions Group, Lexington; and Robert Vance, Maysville.
UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE
• Diane Porter and Alfonso Cornish have been appointed to the University of Louisville Board of Trustees. Porter, of Louisville, is a retired educator. Cornish, also of Louisville, is a consultant for Closing the Gap Consulting.
WESTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY
• Jan West and Currie Milliken have been appointed to the Western Kentucky University Board of Regents. West, of Louisville, is an attorney for Goldberg Simpson LLC. Milliken, of Bowling Green, is the owner of Milliken Law Firm.