LOUISVILLE, Ky. (June 26, 2013) — The Louisville Sports Commission today announced the election of officers for its board of directors for the upcoming fiscal year, the appointment of two new board members and the re-election of 11 board members. The new and re-elected board members will be serving a three-year term of 2014-2016. The new slate of officers, including the chairman, will serve July 1, 2013 through June 30, 2014.
The following officers were elected at the LSC’s annual meeting:
Michael Moll, PNC Bank, Chairman of the Board
Wendy Wagoner, LG&E KU, Vice Chairman of the Board
Tandy Patrick, Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP, Secretary (fourth term)
Amber Halloran, Louisville Water Company, Treasurer (second term)
John Hamilton, Alliance Cost Containment, Immediate Past Chairman
New board members are:
Stacie Grossfeld, M.D., Orthopaedic Specialists PLLC / Baptist Sports Medicine
James N. Reddish, Economic Development Director, Greater Louisville Inc.
“We are pleased to welcome these individuals to leadership positions on our board of directors,” said Karl Schmitt, executive director of the LSC. “In addition, we are thrilled to add two community leaders and reappoint quality individuals to our board. Collectively, these individuals bring a diverse business background and innovative thinking to the board as it works to fulfill our mission of creating a legacy of economic and social vitality through sports.”
Re-elected board members are:
Joe Ackerman, Director, Blue and Company
Michael Berry, President & CEO, Kentucky Derby Festival
Clay Campbell, President, Triangle Talent
Jeff Ellison, Chief Operating Officer, The Heuser Clinic
Wayne Estopinal, President, TEG Architects
David Gatti, Owner & Operator, McDonalds/Gatti & Young, LLC
Tom O’Hearn, President, Gloria Properties Ltd., LLC
Rick Redman, Vice President, Corporate Communications, Hillerich & Bradsby
Mike Seebert, Remax Properties East
Marty Storch, Assistant Director, Louisville Metro Parks Department
Bob Webb, Member, Frost, Brown Todd LLC
The Louisville Sports Commission (LSC) is a Louisville, Kentucky-based non-profit organization whose mission is to create a legacy of economic and social vitality through sports. To learn more, visit www.louisvillesports.org.