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Corporate Moves: May 2016

By The Lane Report Staff


  • Juan Vasallo has been named Jefferson County president for Independence Bank.


  •  Commerce Lexington Inc. has announced the following promotions: Gina Greathouse – executive vice president, economic development; Lynda Bebrowsky – executive vice president, membership and engagement; Mark Turner – chief communications officer; and Andi Johnson, chief policy officer and director of regional engagement.
  • Mary Elizabeth Stivers has been named vice president of academic affairs at Midway University.
  • Rick W. Smith Sr. has been named vice president of external relations and development for Kentucky State University.
  • Jennifer Lindon has been named president of Hazard Community and Technical College.
  • Warren O. Nash has been appointed executive director of the Von Allmen Center for Entrepreneurship at the University of Kentucky’s Gatton College of Business and Economics.


  • Doug Mynear has been named chief operating officer for Lexington-based ECSI. Fred Eastridge has been named vice president – civil engineering of the firm.


  • David Gibbs has been promoted to president and chief financial officer for Louisville-based Yum! Brands Inc., the parent company of KFC, Pizza Hut and Taco Bell.


  • Greg Thomas has been named secretary of the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.
  • John-Mark Hack has been named commissioner of the Kentucky Department of Vehicle Regulation.


  • Stephen Toadvine has been named president of Baptist Health Medical Group.


  • Frost Brown Todd has appointed the following individuals as members of the firm: Lexington office – Keeana Sajadi Boarman and Martha H. Staude; Louisville office – Amy F. Curry, Casey Wood Hensley, Nick Jones and J. Kendrick Wells IV.
  • Cassidy Rosenthal has been named office executive member for the Lexington office of Stites & Harbison PLLC.


  • Paul W. Robinson has been named president and chief executive officer of the Home of the Innocents, a private nonprofit organization that supports children and families in crisis. Robinson will succeed Gordon Brown, who is retiring after 21 years.


  • Chris McNulty has been named president of Wimsett & Co., a Louisville company that provides payment processing consulting services.
  • Ann Reiter has been promoted to executive director of Where Opportunity Knox, a regional initiative to connect transitioning veterans and military spouses to jobs in the Greater Louisville area.
  • Reanna Smith-Hamblin has been named president of the Better Business Bureau Louisville. She succeeds Charles Mattingly, who will retire effective Sept. 1.

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