BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS
■ Brian Fields and William A. Jones have been elected to the 2017-2018 board of directors for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Kentuckiana. Fields is director of operations and engineering for Samtec Inc. Jones is plan president for WellCare of Kentucky.
FARMERS NATIONAL BANK
■ Jacob Tamme has been named to the board of directors for Farmers National Bank in Danville. Tamme, a professional player with the National Football League, owns and operates a farm in Boyle County.
KENTUCKIANS FOR BETTER TRANSPORTATION
■ Kentuckians for Better Transportation, a nonprofit statewide trade association, has elected the following individuals to its 2017-2018 executive committee: Chair – Crissy Fiscus, Dean Dorton; First Vice President – Phil Annis, Mountain Enterprises; Second Vice President – Rod England, Scotty’s Contracting and Stone; Treasurer – Mark Day, Blue Grass Airport; Immediate Past Chair – Morgan Judy, Judy Construction. Grant Gabbard, The Allen Co., will serve as board member at-large.
KENTUCKY AUTHORITY FOR EDUCATIONAL TELEVISION
■ Gary Dan Griffith, Mary Bartlett Broecker and Melissa Chastain have been appointed to the Kentucky Authority for Educational Television. Griffith, of Owensboro, is chief executive officer for the Owensboro Symphony Orchestra. Broecker, of LaGrange, is an active community volunteer and chairperson of internal affairs for the Oldham County Chamber of Commerce. Chastain, of Anchorage, is an associate dean at Spalding University.
KENTUCKY BOARD OF EXAMINERS OF PSYCHOLOGY
■ Justin Gilfert has been appointed to the Kentucky Board of Examiners of Psychology. Gilfert, of Crestwood, is an attorney.
KENTUCKY BOARD OF HOME INSPECTORS
■ Michelle Diane Penque has been appointed to the Kentucky Board of Home Inspectors. Penque, of Cold Spring, is a senior business project analyst at Great American Insurance Co.
KENTUCKY COUNCIL ON POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION
■ Kristi Poore Nelson and Kimberly Halbauer have been appointed to the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education. Nelson, of Union, is an attorney. Halbauer, of Fort Thomas, is a wealth assessment management director at Fifth Third Bank.
KENTUCKY FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS BOARD
■ Michael Douglas Wilson has been appointed to the Kentucky Financial Institutions Board. Wilson, of Irvine, is president of Citizens Guaranty Bank.
KENTUCKY HERITAGE LAND CONSERVATION FUND
■ Richard Kessler has been appointed to the Kentucky Heritage Land Conservation Fund Board. Kessler, of Campbellsville, is a professor at Campbellsville University.
KENTUCKY HIGHER EDUCATION ASSISTANCE AUTHORITY
■ Shelley Park, Olivia Davis and Teresa Trimble Hail have been appointed to the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority board of directors and the Kentucky Higher Education Student Loan Corp. board of directors. Park, of Richmond, is a retired executive director for retention and graduation at Eastern Kentucky University. Davis, of Lexington, is an assurance and audit manager for PricewaterhouseCoopers. Hail, of Somerset, is president of DC Trimble Inc.
KENTUCKY INFRASTRUCTURE AUTHORITY
■ Charles Ronald Lovan has been appointed to the Kentucky Infrastructure Authority. Lovan, of Union, is president and CEO of Northern Kentucky Water District.
KENTUCKY RETIREMENT SYSTEMS
■ David Michael Gallagher and Matthew Monteiro have been appointed to the board of trustees of the Kentucky Retirement Systems. Gallagher, of Fulton, is head football coach for Fulton County High School and a former Fulton County judge-executive. Monteiro, of Louisville, is vice president of finance and treasurer of Farm Credit Mid-America.
KENTUCKY STATE BOARD OF ACCOUNTANCY
■ Robert Patterson and Mary Kelly have been appointed to the State Board of Accountancy. Patterson, of Louisville, is founder and president of Patterson & Co. CPAs. Kelly, of Crestwood, is an accountant at LG&E and KU Energy.
KENTUCKY STATE BOARD OF MEDICAL LICENSURE
■ Richard Whitehouse and Kenneth Payne have been appointed to the Kentucky State Board of Medical Licensure. Whitehouse, of Louisville, is executive director of the Kentucky Dental Association. Payne, of Louisville, is an obstetrician/gynecologist at Norton Ob/Gyn Associates.
KENTUCKY TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY TRUST FUND
■ Mary L. Varga has been appointed to the Kentucky Traumatic Brain Injury Trust Fund Board. Varga, of Louisville, is a fitness instructor and certified personal trainer.
■ LexArts, a nonprofit community organization that works for the development of the arts in central Kentucky, has elected four new members to its board of directors: Anna Hess, Central Kentucky Youth Orchestras; Greg Padgett, Padgett Construction; Jon Stewart, Kentucky Employers’ Mutual Insurance; and Frank X. Walker, poet, professor and playwright.
LOUISVILLE/JEFFERSON COUNTY TOURIST AND CONVENTION COMMISSION
■ David Greene has been appointed to the Louisville/Jefferson County Tourist and Convention Commission. Greene, of Simpsonville, is general manager of the Louisville Marriott Downtown.
PUBLIC ADVOCACY COMMISSION
■ Janice Powe, Joseph Lambert and Kenneth “Gregory” Haynes have been appointed to the Public Advocacy Commission. Powe, of Frankfort, is a volunteer community advocate. Lambert, of Lexington, is an attorney and former chief justice of the Kentucky Supreme Court. Haynes, of Pewee Valley, is an attorney.
ROTARY CLUB OF LEXINGTON
■ The Rotary Club of Lexington has announced its executive committee for 2017-2018: President – Stephanie Wurdock Lindsey, Sturgill, Turner, Barker & Moloney; President-Elect – Stephanie Schulte, University of Kentucky; Treasurer – Brandon Gardner, Mountjoy Chilton Medley; Secretary – Corbin Smith, Mountjoy Chilton Medley; Professional Development Chair – Ryan Knott, Fifth Third Private Bank; Community Service Chair – Langdon R.
Worley, Sturgill, Turner, Barker & Moloney; Membership Chair/Immediate Past President – Meg Sutton, Hilliard Lyons.
SOUTHERN KENTUCKY PERFORMING ARTS CENTER FOUNDATION
■ The Southern Kentucky Performing Arts Center Foundation has announced its officers for 2017-2018: Kirk Pierce, Franklin Bank and Trust; Elizabeth Sigler, Bell Orr Ayers & Moore; Ruthie Bale, South Central Bank; and Jim Bohannon of JB Distributors. SKyPAC has also added five new board members: Rosalie Padilla, Kent Guthrie, Rick Starks, Gerri Combs and Debbie Thornton.
■ Spalding University has announced its board of trustees for 2017-2018. Chair – Paul M. Ratterman; First Vice Chair – James A. Morris; Second Vice Chair – Angela Leet; Secretary – Brian B. Reynolds. Trustees: Rick Blackwell, Neveille Blakemore, William A. Blodgett Jr., Ishmon Burks, Al Cornish, Tony Disser, M. Serra Goethals, Nicholas Harshfield, Rose Howard, Dana Jackson, Melissa Lowe, Craig L. Mackin, John P.
Malloy, Mary C. Osbourn Wolford, James Rissler, Perry E. Sangalli, Kellie Sheryak, Gene M. Smith, H.I. Stroth Jr., Andrew Trager-Kusman, Carter Vance and Jean West.