LEXINGTON, Ky. (Sept. 27, 2016) – Brady W. Dunnigan has been elected to serve on the Board of Directors of the Kentucky Mansions Preservation Foundation (KMPF). Dunnigan will serve a three-year term.
Founded in 1968, KMPF is a private non-profit organization dedicated to protecting and promoting historic properties. KMPF restored and continues to operate the Mary Todd Lincoln House in downtown Lexington, the girlhood home of Mrs. Lincoln and the first historic site restored to honor a First Lady, which has been open to the public as a museum since 1977.
Dunnigan is a partner practicing in Dinsmore & Shohl’s Corporate Department. He devotes his time to commercial lending and real estate matters in addition to general mergers and acquisitions, and routinely serves as outside general counsel to clients for purposes of coordinating transaction support, litigation strategy and dispute resolution. He previously served by gubernatorial appointment on the Kentucky Applied Behavior Analyst Licensing Board, and currently chairs the board of the Kentucky Association of Child Advocacy Centers, a non-profit umbrella organization for the Commonwealth’s network of facilities assisting child victims of abuse.