AMERICAN ACADEMY OF PEDIATRICS
■ Charles R. Woods Jr. has been elected incoming chair of the executive committee of the American Academy of Pediatrics’ section on epidemiology, public health and evidence. Woods is associate chair of the University of Louisville Department of Pediatrics and director of the department’s child and adolescent health research design and support unit.
ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY PRINTERS
■ Richard Tussey has assumed the presidency of the Association of College and University Printers. Tussey is director of auxiliary services in the division of business services/financial affairs at Eastern Kentucky University.
■ Rocky S. Tuan and Betty H. Olinger have been elected to the Berea College board of trustees. Tuan, of Pittsburgh, is the founding director of the Center for Cellular and Molecular Engineering at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and director a multidisciplinary research program. Olinger, of Berea, has an extensive background in higher education and nursing and recently retired as chair of the School of Nursing at Kentucky State University.
CENTER FOR COURAGEOUS KIDS
■ Brian Clemmons, president of the Monroe/Allen markets for South Central Bank, has joined the board of directors of the Center for Courageous Kids in Scottsville. The center provides summer and weekend camps for children coping with a variety of illnesses.
KENTUCKY BAR ASSOCIATION
■ Greg Dutton has been elected vice chair of the Kentucky Bar Association section of environment, energy and natural resources law. Dutton is of counsel with the firm of Goldberg Simpson.
KENTUCKY BOARD OF TAX APPEALS
■ Marcus S. Carey, of Sparta, and Carlo R. Wessels, of Villa Hills, have been appointed to the Kentucky Board of Tax Appeals.
KENTUCKY BOXING AND WRESTLING COMMISSION
■ The following individuals have been appointed to the newly created Kentucky Boxing and Wrestling Commission and Medical Advisory Panel: Chair – Chad E. Miller, Louisville; Co-Chair – Thomas W. Gift, Louisville; Dr. Tad D. Seifert, Louisville; and Timothy Nolan, California, Ky.
KENTUCKY HORSE PARK COMMISSION
■ The following individuals have been appointed to the Kentucky Horse Park Commission: Tandy Patrick, Louisville; Nancy Cox, Lexington; Larry Bisig, Louisville; Porter Peeples Sr., Lexington; Bennie Sargent, Georgetown; Matt Dedden, Burlington; Rebecca Jordan, Georgetown; Lisa Ball, Lexington; William Ferko, Prospect; R. Paul Feemster, Smithfield; and Richard “Happy” Broadbent IV, Lexington.
KENTUCKY HORSE RACING COMMISSION
■ The following individuals have been appointed to the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission: Chairman – Frank Kling, Villa Hills; Vice Chairman – John Roach, Lexington; Lesley Howard, Lexington; David Richardson, Louisville; Mark Simendinger, Edgewood; Brereton C. Jones Jr., Midway; Pat Day, Louisville; Doug Hendrickson, Maysville; Kerry Cauthen, Lexington; Kenneth Jackson, Lexington; Gerald Holt, Munfordville; and Stuart Brown, Versailles.
KENTUCKY HOUSING CORP.
■ Gail F. Lively, of Louisville, and Stephen P. Brunson, of Fort Wright, have appointed to the Kentucky Housing Corp. board of directors. KENTUCKY LOTTERY CORP.
■ Mark F. Sommer, of Louisville, has been appointed to the board of directors of the Kentucky Lottery Corp.
KENTUCKY MINE SAFETY REVIEW COMMISSION
■ Attorney William D. Donan, of Louisville, has been appointed to the Mine Safety Review Commission.
KENTUCKY PERSONNEL BOARD
■ Mark O. Haines, of Glasgow, has been appointed to the Kentucky Personnel Board.
KENTUCKY RETIREMENT SYSTEMS
■ David Eager and John Farris have been appointed to the board of trustees of the Kentucky Retirement Systems. Eager, of Louisville, is a partner with the marketing and consulting firm of Eager, Davis & Holmes LLC. Farris is the interim vice president of investments and chief financial officer at Centre College and founder and president of Commonwealth Economics and LandFund Partners.
KENTUCKY STATE FAIR BOARD
■ The following individuals have been appointed to the Kentucky State Fair Board, which oversees operations for the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center: Mark Lynn, Louisville; Michael Poynter, Stanford; Marshall Coyle, Owingsville; David Wallace, Verona; Mike Grisanti, Louisville; Joe Goggin, Danville; David Williams, Danville; Phil McCoun, Shelbyville; Hoppy Bennett, Shelbyville; Ryan Bivens, Hodgenville; Sharon Furches, Murray; and Jennifer Yue Barber, Louisville. Ex-officio members include Don Parkinson, Louisville; Ryan Quarles, Georgetown; Nancy Cox, Lexington; Wesley Estes, Russellville and Calvin Andries, Lawrenceburg.
MUSEUM OF EARLY SOUTHERN DECORATIVE ARTS
■ Richard “Dick” H. C. Clay has been elected to the advisory board of the Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts. Clay is a partner in the law firm of Dinsmore& Shohl LLP, working out of the Louisville office.
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY ATTORNEYS
■ William Thro has been elected as a member-at-large of the National Association of College and University Attorneys board of directors. Thro is general counsel at the University of Kentucky.
SIGMA BETA DELTA INTERNATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY FOR BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
■ James Maxwell has been appointed to the board of directors of the Sigma Beta Delta International Honor Society for Business Management. Maxwell is a professor in the graduate school at Sullivan University–Lexington.
SOCIETY FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF MANAGEMENT
■ Jerry Sims has been appointed to the editorial board of the Society for the Advancement of Management (SAM) Journal. Sims is a professor of management at Sullivan University’s Lexington campus.
UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
■ Lee X. Blonder has been elected as a faculty representative on the University of Kentucky board of trustees. Blonder is a professor in the department of behavioral science and the Sanders-Brown Center on Aging.
UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY COLLEGE OF COMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION
■ Angela Evans, Larry Forester, Lois Mateus and Peggy Noe Stevens have been named to the national advisory board for the University of Kentucky College of Communication and Information. Evans, of Lexington, is an attorney and serves as a council member of the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Council. Forester, also of Lexington, is senior vice president – senior lender for Cumberland Valley National Bank. Mateus, of Louisville, is a retired Brown-Forman executive and is chairman of the advisory board of the University of Kentucky’s Center for Rural Journalism and Community Issues. Stevens, of Louisville, has had a long career in the hospitality and marketing industries and currently works with corporations to design women’s research and strategy studies for corporations.