AMERICAN DIABETES ASSOCIATION
■ Katie Glass has been appointed to the board of directors of the American Diabetes Association’s Bluegrass Chapter. Glass is an attorney with Stites & Harbison, working out of both the Lexington and Frankfort offices.
BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF KENTUCKIANA
■ Big Brothers Big Sisters of Kentuckiana has elected the following individuals to its 2017 board of directors: Ginger Figg – chief administrative officer, Norton Medical Group; Moriah Ogilvie – director, Kentucky Large Group and Association Retention, Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield; Elias Oxendine – global director of IT security, Brown-Forman; Isac Roths – president, First Class Air Support; and Marcus Withers – co-owner, Valhalla Vista Development.
CENTRAL KENTUCKY AG CREDIT
■ Lee Hood has been elected to the board of directors of Central Kentucky Ag Credit. Hood is chief financial officer for Clements Ag Supply in Springfield, Ky.
COMPUTER SERVICES INC.
■ John A. Williams, founder and long-time chairman of Paducah-based Computer Services Inc., has been named chairman emeritus of the company. Steven A. Powless, the company’s chief executive officer, has been named as the new chairman. Robert L. Walker has been named as CSI’s lead independent director.
GREATER LOUISVILLE INC.
■ Greater Louisville Inc. has named the following new members to its board of directors: Tom Caneris – senior vice president and general counsel, PharMerica; Phil Marshall – president and chief executive officer, Hospuarus Health; Theresa Reno-Weber – president and chief executive officer, Metro United Way; and Jason Rittenberry – president and chief executive officer, Kentucky Venues. Vickie Yates Brown Glisson, secretary of the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services, has been appointed special observer to the GLI board of directors.
GREATER LOUISVILLE FOUNDATION
Matt Thornton, chief executive officer of Thorntons Inc., has been named as the board’s chair of Greater Louisville Foundation. Elaine “Cissy” Musselman, director of the Louisville Regional Airport Authority, has been named vice chair of the Greater Louisville Foundation Board.
HART-SUPPORTED LIVING COUNCIL
■ The following individuals have been appointed to the Hart-Supported Living Council, which assists Kentuckians with disabilities with funds for support so they can live in their homes and communities and avoid institutionalization: Angela Rodgers, Liberty; Dr. Shambra L. Mulder, Lexington; Paul Dee Geouge III, Winchester; Laureen Mary Vassil, Lexington; Debra S. Sharon, Lexington; Jean Ann Isaacs, Lexington; David H. Allgood, Louisville; Jason P. Jones, Lexington; and Randall E. Brewer, Winchester.
KENTUCKY AIRPORT ZONING COMMISSION
■ James Bradford Schwandt has been appointed to the Kentucky Airport Zoning Commission. Schwandt, of Louisville, is an aircraft maintenance manager.
KENTUCKY BOARD OF OPTOMETRIC EXAMINERS
■ Dr. Lee S. Peplinski, of Louisville, has been appointed to the Kentucky Board of Optometric Examiners.
KENTUCKY BOARD OF PODIATRY
■ William R. Adams II, of Paducah, and Bradford Martin Fine, of Lexington, have been appointed to the Kentucky Board of Podiatry.
KENTUCKY BOARD OF VETERINARY EXAMINERS
■ Dr. Amy Johnson Staton has been appointed to the Kentucky Board of Veterinary Examiners. Staton, of Salt Lick, is an assistant professor at Morehead State University.
KENTUCKY EQUINE DRUG RESEARCH COUNCIL
■ Dr. Marcus W. Cheney has been appointed to the Kentucky Equine Drug Research Council. Cheney, of Lexington, is a veterinarian.
KENTUCKY OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH REVIEW COMMISSION
■ DeBorah Jeanne McCormack and Steven Neal Griffin have been appointed to the Kentucky Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission. McCormack, of Louisville, is a human resources consultant and business owner. Griffin, of Danville, is the manager of human resources and health and safety for American Greetings Corp.
KENTUCKY STATE CORRECTIONS COMMISSION
■ The following individuals have been appointed to the Kentucky State Corrections Commission: Jerome S. Melton, Glasgow; Derek Langdon Combs, Lexington; Joseph Daniel Jones, Corbin; Barbara Ann Ellerbrook, Lexington; Paula Ratliff Pedigo, Grove; Charles Ray Smith, Louisville; James William Gibson, Benton; and Edward Malone Bourne Jr., Owenton.
LOUISVILLE BAR FOUNDATION
■ Virginia H. Snell has been elected to the board of directors of the Louisville Bar Foundation, the charitable arm of the Louisville Bar Association. Snell is an attorney with Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs.
■ Emily Larish Startsman has been appointed to the board of directors of The Nest – Center for Women, Children, and Families. Startsman is an attorney in Stites & Harbison’s Lexington office.
■ Richard “Dick” H.C. Clay has been named to the board of directors for Wilderness Louisville Inc., a nonprofit organization dedicated to the improvement of Jefferson Memorial Forest. Clay is a partner in the litigation department of Dinsmore & Shohl.
YOUNG PROFESSIONALS ASSOCIATION OF LOUISVILLE
■ The Young Professionals Association of Louisville has announced its 2017-2018 board of directors: President – Drew Eckman, Frost Brown Todd; President-Elect – Aimee Jewell, University of Louisville; Immediate Past President – Chris Nation, Quantum Communications; Vice President of Community – Alexis Hebert, Emerge Kentucky; Vice President of Programming – Haley James, Taylor Siefker Williams Design Group; Vice President of Public Relations – Charissa Acree, PriceWeber; Vice President of Engagement – Paul Heintzman, Stock Yards Bank & Trust Co.; Treasurer – Brittany Oerther, MCM CPAs and Advisors; Secretary – Joe Mandlehr, Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC; Director of Membership – Nathan Shanks, Maverick Insurance Group; Director of Entertainment – Erika Rohrer, March of Dimes; Director of Professional Development – Holly Neeld, Kentucky Center for Performing Arts; Director of Community Outreach – Jenna Haugen, University of Louisville; Director of Inclusion – Gary Spence, Republic Bank; Director of Public Issues – Rudy Ellis, Goldberg Simpson LLC; Director of Communications – Sally George, Doe-Anderson; Director of Recruitment – Nikki Carver, Mercer; and Director of Technology – Shannon Siders, Code Louisville.