AGFIRST FARM CREDIT BANK
■ James Alvin Lyons has been elected to serve on the board of directors of AgFirst Farm Credit Bank, part of the nationwide Farm Credit System and an affiliate with Central Kentucky Ag Credit. Lyons is a Scott County farmer and businessman.
BLUE GRASS AIRPORT
■ Blue Grass Airport has announced its officers and board of directors for the coming year: Chair – William V. Alford Jr.; Vice Chair/Treasurer – Elizabeth Woodward; Secretary – James Coles. Other members of the Airport Board include Ronnie Bastin, Doris Benson, Larry Deener, Garyen Denning, Daniel Mason, Richard Moloney and Don Mosier.
BLUEGRASS COMMUNITY & TECHNICAL COLLEGE
■ Ron L. Walker Jr. has been appointed to the Bluegrass Community & Technical College board of directors. Walker, of Richmond, is an assistant U.S. attorney with the U.S. Department of Justice.
CABBAGE PATCH SETTLEMENT HOUSE
■ Cabbage Patch Settlement House, a Louisville nonprofit organization that provide support for at-risk children and youth, has announced its new board members and officers for 2018: President – Bill Meyer, Strothman and Co.; Immediate Past President – Henry (Chip) Snyder, PNC Real Estate; Treasurer – Karen Thomas, Yum! Brands; Secretary, Liz Haas, Homepage Realty; board members: Rob Christian, Tellennium Inc.; Rob Crady, Hilliard Lyons; Julia Bright Crigler, Bright Strategies; Michael Duke, The New School Group; Charlie Farnsley, Bahe Farnsley Advisors; Angela Hagan, Humana; Sally Harper, Sellersburg Internal Medicine and Pediatrics; Scott Prince, Prince College Counseling; Jessica Rives, Brown-Forman; Allison Pitman, Bandy Carroll Hellige; and Susan Staples, Zirmed Inc.
CENTRAL KENTUCKY RIDING FOR HOPE
■ John Douglas has been named to the board of directors for Central Kentucky Riding for Hope, a nonprofit organization that offers a variety of equine-assisted activities and therapies. Douglas is vice president and commercial banking relationship manager for Old National Bank in Lexington.
COLLEGE PERSONNEL ASSOCIATION OF KENTUCKY
■ Brian Bourke and Alex Hackbarth have been elected to the executive committee for the College Personnel Association of Kentucky. Bourke is an assistant professor in the Murray State University College of Education and Human Services. Hackbarth is a residence hall director at MSU.
■ Adam Jones has been appointed to the board of directors of Denham-Blythe Co., a Lexington-based construction and design company.
GATEWAY COMMUNITY & TECHNICAL COLLEGE FOUNDATION
■ Steve Brunson has joined the board of directors for the Gateway Community & Technical College Foundation. Brunson is a senior vice president with Forcht Bank in Northern Kentucky.
GREATER LOUISVILLE FOUNDATION INC.
■ Alice Houston has been appointed to the board of directors of The Greater Louisville Foundation Inc. Houston is co-founder and CEO of HJI Supply Chain Solutions.
JEFFERSON COMMUNITY & TECHNICAL COLLEGE
■ Hernan E. Mujica and Elizabeth “Libby” Adams have been appointed to the Jefferson Community & Technical College board of directors. Mujica, of Louisville, is chief information officer for Texas Roadhouse in Louisville. Adams, of Pleasureville, is executive director of the Shelby County Industrial & Development Foundation.
KENTUCKY BOARD OF OPHTHALMIC DISPENSERS
■ Somerset pharmacist Robert Samuel Goforth has been appointed to the Kentucky Board of Ophthalmic Dispensers.
KENTUCKY COMMISSION ON THE DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING
■ James Edward Runyon and Barbara Harris have been appointed to the Commission on the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. Runyon, of Pikeville, is a loss prevention and safety manager for Lowe’s. Harris, of Danville, is a retired teacher from the Kentucky School of the Deaf.
KENTUCKY CONSUMERS’ ADVISORY COUNCIL
■ Kyle M. Winslow, Larry Wayne Bailey, Frank Miller Jr. and Laura Leigh Goins have been appointed to the Kentucky Consumers’ Advisory Council. Winslow, of Erlanger, is an associate attorney at Hemmer DeFrank Wessels PLLC. Bailey, of Richmond, is retired. Goins, of Frankfort, is the vice president of communications for the Kentucky Retail Federation.
KENTUCKY LOTTERY CORP.
■ Jan M. Buddeke has been appointed to the Kentucky Lottery Corp. board of directors. Buddeke, of Prospect, is a retired banker.
KENTUCKY PHARMACY AND THERAPEUTICS ADVISORY COMMITTEE
■ William J. McIntyre has been appointed to the Kentucky Pharmacy and Therapeutics Advisory Committee. McIntyre, of Jenkins, is an emergency department physician.
KENTUCKY SCHOOL CURRICULUM, ASSESSMENT AND ACCOUNTABILITY COUNCIL
■ Aaron Scott Collins has been appointed to the School Curriculum, Assessment and Accountability Council. Collins, of Fulton, is superintendent of Fulton County Schools.
KENTUCKY TOURISM DEVELOPMENT FINANCE AUTHORITY
■ Kimberly Huston and Vanda Rice have been appointed to the Kentucky Tourism Development Finance Authority. Huston, of Bardstown, is president of the Nelson County Economic Development Agency. Rice, of Manchester, is a retired speech language pathologist.
KENTUCKY WORK READY SKILLS INITIATIVE AND WORK READY SKILLS ADVISORY COMMITTEE
■ Katherine Gornik has been appointed to the Kentucky Work Ready Skills Initiative and Work Ready Skills Advisory Committee. Gornik, of Lexington, is the founder and former president of THIEL Audio.
SOUTHEAST KENTUCKY COMMUNITY & TECHNICAL COLLEGE
■ Ronnie Roderick Hampton has been appointed to the Southeast Kentucky Community & Technical College board of directors. Hampton, of Lynch, is a state mine inspector for the Kentucky Department of Mines and Minerals.
SUNRISE CHILDREN’S SERVICES
■ Billy Lyons, David Pinkston and Andy Weeks have joined the board of directors of Sunrise Children’s Services, one of the state’s largest private child services providers. Lyons, is corporate counsel at Conduent Inc. in Lexington. Pinkston is a practicing veterinarian at Ashland Animal Clinic in Ashland and chairman and co-owner of Advanced Veterinary Services, a seven-practice corporation. Weeks, of Louisville, is director of information security at Humana Inc.
VENT HAVEN MUSEUM
■ Bob Wylly and Tom Ladshaw have been named to the board of directors of the Vent Haven Museum in Fort Mitchell, the world’s only museum dedicated to ventriloquism. Wylly is retired from Procter & Gamble. Ladshaw is a comedy magician and ventriloquist.
YEW DELL BOTANICAL GARDENS
■ Sarah Cronan Spurlock has been appointed to the board of directors of Yew Dell Botanical Gardens in Louisville. Spurlock is an attorney with the law office of Stites & Harbison.