AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION
■ Palmer Gene Vance II has been named vice chair of the American Bar Association’s Section of Litigation for 2016-2017. Vance has been with the law firm of Stoll Keenon Ogden since 1995 and is a member of the firm’s Lexington office.
AEROSPACE STATES ASSOCIATION
■ The following individuals have been named to the leadership team of the Kentucky Chapter of the Aerospace States Association: Chair – Lt. Gov. Jenean Hampton; Vice Chair – Benjamin Malphrus, Morehead State University; Edwin Webb, World Trade Center Kentucky; Dannette Wilder, Sealing Life; Kris Kimel, Kentucky Science and Technology Corp.; Brad Thomas, East Kentucky Power Cooperative; and Steve Parker, Kentucky Commissioner of Aviation. ASA is a national nonprofit organization that promotes a state-based perspective in federal aerospace policy development and supports state aerospace initiatives.
ASSOCIATION OF REGULATORY BOARDS OF OPTOMETRY
■ Dr. Gregory S. Moore has been named president of the Association of Regulatory Boards of Optometry. Moore is a senior clinical instructor at the University of Pikeville – Kentucky College of Optometry.
GOVERNOR’S COMMISSION FOR VOLUNTEERISM AND SERVICE
■ Andrew J. Cole has been appointed to the Governor’s Commission for Volunteerism and Service, a bipartisan group that encourages and recognizes volunteerism and assists in the development of service programs statewide. Cole is director of campus ministry at Thomas More College.
GREATER LOUISVILLE ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS
■ Allison Bartholomew has been elected president of the Greater Louisville Association of Realtors. Paula Colvin has been named president of Metro Search Inc., the entity that oversees the association’s multiple listing service.
KENTUCKY FISH AND WILDLIFE RESOURCES COMMISSION
■ The following individuals have been named to the Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Resources Commission: Harry W. Carloss, Paducah; Kevin R. Bond, Burlington; James B. “Jimmy” Bevins, Frankfort; Paul B. Horn, Prestonsburg; Richard M. Storm, Carlisle; and Karl D. Clinard, Somerset.
KENTUCKY LAW ENFORCEMENT COUNCIL
■ The following individuals have been appointed to the Kentucky Law Enforcement Council: Michael D. “Spike” Jones, chief of police, Kenton County; Arthur E. Ealum, chief of police, City of Owensboro; Tracy A. Schiller, chief of police, City of Elizabethtown; and Michael D. Bosse, chief of police, City of Georgetown.
LOUISVILLE REGIONAL AIRPORT AUTHORITY
■ William Byrley has been appointed to a four-year term on the board of directors of the Louisville Regional Airport Authority.
MOREHEAD STATE UNIVERSITY
■ Terri S. Walters, of Pikeville, and Patrick Price, of Flemingsburg, have been appointed to the Morehead State University board of regents.
NATIONAL COAL COUNCIL
■ Danny L. Gray has been appointed to serve as a member of the National Coal Council. Gray is executive vice president of Louisville-based Charah Inc.
NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF BAR PRESIDENTS
■ Doug Farnsley has been selected to serve on the executive council of the National Conference of Bar Presidents. Farnsley is an attorney with Stites & Harbison.
NATIONAL COUNCIL OF STATE DIRECTORS OF ADULT EDUCATION
■ Reecie D. Stagnolia has been named chair-elect of the National Council of State Directors of Adult Education’s executive committee. Stagnolia is vice president for adult education for the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education.
NORTHERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY
■ Normand G. Desmarais, of Covington, and Gregory S. Shumate, of Ft. Mitchell, have been appointed to the Northern Kentucky University board of regents.
SAINT JOSEPH HOSPITAL FOUNDATION
■ Daryl Love has been appointed to the board of directors of the Saint Joseph Hospital Foundation. Love is the manager of community relations for Ashland Inc.
SOUTHERN KENTUCKY PERFORMING ARTS CENTER FOUNDATION
■ Sandy Jones Boussard, Elizabeth Sigler, Ginger VanMeter, Kirk Pierce and Ernie Small have been named to the board of directors for the Southern Kentucky Performing Arts Center (SKyPAC) Foundation.
UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
■ Jennifer Yue Barber, of Louisville; Kelly Knight Craft, of Lexington; and Michael A. Christian, of Ashland; have been appointed to the University of Kentucky board of trustees.