■ Rebecca Hughes and Michael Cook have been named directors of the Louisville accounting firm of DMLO.
■ Amy McNatt has been promoted to vice president and director of strategic planning for Louisville-based Doe-Anderson. David Finch has been promoted to director of content for the agency.
■ Brad Montgomery has been named president of GRW, a Lexington engineering, architecture and geospatial consulting firm. Montgomery succeeds Ron Gilkerson, who has stepped down as president but will remain with the company on the board of directors.
■ Aric M. Andrew has been named president of Louisville-based Luckett and Farley. Andrew succeeds Ed Jerdonek, who will retire at the end of the year.
■ Nick Covault has been appointed director of the Governor’s School for the Arts program.
■ Scott Watkins has been appointed as the new executive director and director of operations for Orchestra Kentucky. Watkins comes to the position from Arkansas, where he was executive director of the South Arkansas Symphony Orchestra. He succeeds Darrell G. Edwards, who has resigned after serving in the position for more than 12 years.
■ Erin Fulkerson Hall has joined community Trust and Investment Co.’s wealth and trust management team as vice president, relationship officer for private wealth services.
■ Anthony (Tony) Iriti has been named president and chief executive officer for Kyndle, the economic development organization for Henderson, McLean, Union and Webster counties.
■ Joanne Berryman has been named provost of Spalding University.
■ Mick Peterson has been named director of the University of Kentucky’s Ag Equine Programs.
■ R. Kiplin Guy has been named dean of the University of Kentucky’s College of Pharmacy.
■ Ian McClure has been appointed director of the University of Kentucky Office of Technology Commercialization (formerly known as the UK Intellectual Property and Technology Transfer Office).
■ Ron Zimmer has been named director of the Martin School of Public Policy and Administration at the University of Kentucky.
■ Kristy Maggard has been named director of marketing for Dupree Financial Group in Lexington.
■ Sandy Heydt has been appointed chief marketing officer for the Al J. Schneider Co. in Louisville.
■ Nick Briner has been named general manager of the Galt House Hotel in Louisville.
■ Pamela Heilmann has been appointed master distiller at Michter’s Distillery in Louisville. Heilmann succeeds Willie Pratt, who will be transitioning to master distiller emeritus. Michter Vice President Andrea Wilson will add the position of master of maturation to her duties.
■ M. Blaine Hedges has been named commissioner of the State Council for Kentucky’s Military Interstate Children’s Compact Commission.
■ Scott Herrmann has joined Louisville Metro Government as director of economic development.
■ Cincinnati Children’s and UK HealthCare have named Dr. James Quintessenza as chief of pediatric cardiothoracic surgery at Kentucky Children’s Hospital effective Dec. 1, 2016. His primary appointment will be at Cincinnati Children’s, but he will be based in Lexington.
■ Chris Henry has been named executive vice president of Lexington-based SIS’ new analytics practice.
■ Jayne Hancock has been named chief executive officer of Lexington-based Post Time Studios.
■ Michael Skoler has been named president and general manager of Louisville Public Media. He succeeds Donovan Reynolds, who retired Sept. 30.
■ Amy Silvert has been named executive director of the Green River Area Community Foundation.
■ Jesse Scaglion has been named director of corporate sales for the Lexington Legends baseball team. Jillian Waitkus has been named executive assistant to the Legends president/CEO.
■ Ilona N. Burdette has been named director of the Kentucky Virtual Library, a program of the Council on Postsecondary Education.
■ Leah Stark has been named senior vice president and chief human resources officer of Highland Heights-based General Cable Corp.
■ Jon Rousseau has been named president and chief executive officer of ResCare Inc., a Louisville-based company that provides services to people with disabilities. Rousseau succeeds Ralph Gronefeld Jr., who is retiring.
■ Brian Duffy, of Louisville, has been named commander-in-chief for the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the nation’s oldest and largest war veterans’ organization.
■ John Rittenberry has been named president and chief executive officer of the Kentucky State Fair Board.
■ Jennifer Tuvlin has been promoted to life and legacy coordinator for the Jewish Federation of Louisville.