The Centre College board of trustees has elected new officers: Chairman – Randal B. Kell; Vice Chairman – Mark E. Nunnelly; and Secretary – James D. Rouse. All are Centre graduates.
Allen K. Montgomery Jr. has been named to the board of directors of Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky. Montgomery, of Louisville, is senior vice president of community health and advocacy at KentuckyOne Health.
GOVERNOR’S SCHOLAR PROGRAM
Bennie Lee Ivory has been appointed to the board of directors of the Governor’s Scholar Program. Ivory, of Louisville, is a retired editor.
HAZARD COMMUNITY AND TECHNICAL COLLEGE
Stephen D. Bowling and Shawn B. Harley have been appointed to the board of directors of Hazard Community and Technical College. Bowling, of Jackson, is the director at Breathitt County Public Library. Harley, also of Jackson, is a meteorologist for the National Weather Service.
KENTUCKY AGRICULTURAL FINANCE CORP.
Linda L. Rumpke has been appointed to serve on the board of directors of the Kentucky Agricultural Finance Corp. Rumpke, of Bardstown, is president and chief executive officer of Town & Country Bank and Trust Co.
KENTUCKY BOARD OF HOUSING, BUILDINGS AND CONSTRUCTION
David Dean has been named to the Kentucky Board of Housing, Buildings and Construction. Dean is president and general contractor at Dean Builds and represents the Associated General Contractors of Kentucky.
KENTUCKY EMERGENCY RESPONSE COMMISSION
C. Robert Smith and Jeff Bibb have been appointed to the Kentucky Emergency Response Commission. Smith, of Prospect, is vice president at UPS Airline Security. Bibb, of Frankfort, is director of the division of incident management for the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.
KENTUCKY HISTORICAL SOCIETY
The Kentucky Historical Society has elected its new officers for the coming year: President – Brian Mefford, Connected Nation Inc.; First Vice President – Renee Shaw, KET; Second Vice President – J. McCauley Brown, Brown-Forman; Third Vice President – Michael J. Hammons, Kentucky Philanthropy Initiative. Newly elected committee members include: Chris Black, Ray Black & Son Inc.; Jennifer P. Brown, Kentucky New Era; Betty Sue Griffin, The Griffin Group; Laureen Laumeyer, Hardin County School System; and Jim Wallace, Trigg County Schools (retired).
KENTUCKY HOUSING CORP.
Horace Alton Cunningham and Ann D. McDonald have been appointed to serve on the board of directors of the Kentucky Housing Corp. Cunningham, of Benton, works at International Union of Painters and Allied Trades District Council 91. He represents the interests of the Kentucky State Building Trades Council. McDonald, of Winchester, is a real estate broker.
KENTUCKY REAL ESTATE APPRAISERS
Thomas W. Oliver has been appointed to the Kentucky Real Estate Appraisers Board. Oliver, of Bowling Green, is an executive with South Central Bancshares of Kentucky Inc.
KENTUCKY STATE ARCHIVES AND RECORDS COMMISSION
Roger Hamperian has been appointed to the State Archives and Records Commission. Hamperian, of Lexington, is a records management analyst for the Lexington-Fayette Urban County government.
LexArts has elected four new members to its board of directors: John Cioci, senior vice president, PNC Bank; David O’Neill, administrator, Fayette County Property Valuation; Mae Suramek, executive director, The Bluegrass Rape Crisis Center; and L. Tracee Whitley, chief operating officer, Bingham McCutchen LLP. John Long, chief executive officer of the United States Equestrian Federation, has been elected as chair of the board. Other members of the executive committee include: Treasurer and Finance Committee Chair – John Cioci, PNC Bank; Facilities Committee Chair – Stephen L. Grossman, Hilliard Lyons; Development Committee Chair – Becky Reinhold, Bluegrass Sotheby’s; Grants Committee Chair – J. David Smith Jr., Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC; Nominating Committee Chair – Virginia Underwood, private practice attorney and consultant; and James M. Clark, president and CEO, LexArts.
LOUISVILLE ARENA AUTHORITY
James O. King Jr. and Raymond K Guillaume have been appointed to the Louisville Arena Authority. King, of Louisville, is president of King Southern Bank/King & Co. PSC. Guillaume, also of Louisville, is a retired banker.