FRANKFORT, Ky. – Jennifer Kirchner will take the helm of Kentuckians for Better Transportation on Dec. 1.
“Jennifer is a dynamic leader with a strong history of building partnerships and coalitions in her previous work in local tourism and community and economic development in the greater Boyle County area. We are excited for her to begin engaging our members and partners across the commonwealth in the near future,” said Grant Gabbard, KBT chair.
Kirchner most recently was the executive director for the Danville Boyle County Convention and Visitors Bureau. She was responsible for leading the organization and overseeing asset development, government and public relations, marketing, event management, the Visitor Center and preservation and historic site management. Kirchner has also served as chief communications officer for the Danville Boyle County Economic Development Partnership.
“KBT aims to educate and advocate for all modes of transportation to shape sustainable economic development and quality of life enhancements for Kentuckians. I am excited to join those efforts and use my energy and experience to advocate for our members and the advancement of Kentucky through transportation initiatives,” Kirchner said.