On the Boards — Kentuckians named to organizational leadership roles
AMERICAN ADVERTISING FEDERATION
— John McCafferty, president of John McCafferty Advertising in Louisville, has been elected secretary-treasurer of the American Advertising Federation’s 2012-2013 Council of Governors.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF STATE CLIMATOLOGISTS
— Stuart Foster, director of the Kentucky Climate Center and the Kentucky Mesonet at Western Kentucky University, has been named as the new president of the American Association of State Climatologists.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGES OF OSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE
— Dr. William T. Betz, senior associate dean for osteopathic medical education and chair of family medicine at the University of Pikeville – Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, has been named to serve on the Health Resources and Services Administration’s Advisory Committee on Training in Primary Care Medicine and Dentistry.
AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION
— Nancy R. Webb, professor of internal medicine and a member of the faculty of the University of Kentucky Saha Cardiovascular Research Center, has been appointed to the board of directors of the American Heart Association Great Rivers Affiliate.
FIRST CITIZENS BANK
— Dr. William Nash has been elected chairman of the board of First Citizens Bank in Elizabethtown. Nash has served on the bank’s board of directors since 2005 and has been a partner in Elizabethtown Orthopaedic Associates since 1986. Terry Patterson, manager of the Hardin County Farm Bureau, has been elected to chair the board’s Directors Loan Committee.
HEUSER HEARING INSTITUTE
— Dr. Britt Brockman, managing partner of Louisville-based John-Kenyon American Eye Institute, has been named to the board of directors at the Heuser Hearing Institute. The appointment is in affiliation with Brockman’s position as chairman of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees.
KENTUCKY GUILD OF BREWERS
— The Kentucky Guild of Brewers, a new organization formed to provide a unifying voice for microbrewers and brewpubs in Kentucky, has elected the following individuals to its board of directors: President – Adam Watson, Against the Grain, Louisville; Vice President – Phillip Dearner, Bluegrass Brewing Co., Louisville; Secretary – Lee Rossman, Lore, Danville; Treasurer – Ben Self, West Sixth, Lexington; and Daniel Harrison, Country Boy Brewing, Lexington.
LEXINGTON ART LEAGUE
— The following individuals have been named to serve on the board of directors of the Lexington Art League for fiscal year 2013: President – Dean Langdon, DeCotto Law Group; Vice President – Erik Carlson, Business Lexington; Treasurer – Lisa Wilson, Tempur-Pedic; Secretary – Elizabeth Deener, Landrum Shouse LLP. Sarah Davies, of Sarah Davies Designs, and Shaye Rabold, with the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government’s Office of the Mayor, have joined the executive committee as chair of governance and chair of development, respectively. New board members include Christine Huskisson, John Price Nicol, Drura Parrish and Jomo Thompson.
LOUISVILLE CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU COMMISSION
— Michael D. Howerton has been appointed chairman of the Greater Louisville Convention & Visitors Bureau Commission, the policy-making arm of the Louisville Convention & Visitors Bureau. Howerton is market vice president and general manager of the Louisville Marriott Downtown.
LOUISVILLE SPORTS COMMISSION
— The following individuals have been named officers of the Louisville Sports Commission: Chairman – John Hamilton, The Cost Reduction Group; Vice Chairman – Michael Moll, PNC Bank; Secretary – Tandy Patrick, Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP; Treasurer – Amber Halloran, Louisville Water Co.; Immediate Past Chairman – Steve Higdon, Faulkner Real Estate. Newly elected to the board of directors are: Lacey Lee Baker, National Fastpitch Coaches Association; John Hudson, Brown-Forman Corp.; Jeffrey Jasnoff, Kindred Healthcare; Dr. LaQuandra Nesbitt, Louisville Metro Department of Public Health and Wellness; David Phillips, Single Paint Solutions; Jim Turner, Humana Inc.; Perrye Turner, FBI – Louisville Field Office; and John Willmoth, Chrysalis Ventures.
MID-ATLANTIC CONFERENCE OF REGULATORY UTILITIES COMMISSIONERS
— Kentucky Public Service Commission Chairman David Armstrong has been elected president of the Mid-Atlantic Conference of Regulatory Utilities Commissioners.
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN BUSINESS OWNERS
— The Lexington chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners has announced its officers for 2012-2013:
President – Amy Johnson, Britton Osborne Johnson PLLC; President-Elect – Rhonda Bartlett, RB Design Studio; Past President – Julie McEwen, McEwen Creative; Special Advisor – Cathy Stafford, Ad-Venture Promotions; Treasurer – Diana Hughes, Hisle & Co., CPAs; Public Policy Chair – Janey Moores, BJM Staffing & Job Guidance of Kentucky Inc.; Membership Chair – Lori Ann Taylor, Belle Vie Medspa; Community Service Chair – Holly Weidemann, AU Associates; Programs Chair – Beverly Clemons, CMI Consulting LLC; Corporate & Economic Development Chair – Sharon Ison, Mike Ison Insurance Co. Inc.; Finance/Audit Chair – Gwen Riley, Green Box Heating and Air; Awards Chair – Eileen O’Brien, Stoll Keenon Ogden; Secretary – Karen Boone, Kreations by Karen; Public Relations/Technology Chair – Michelle Lowe, Ideally Done Event Planning; Chapter Administrator – Hannah Emig.
REGIONAL CANCER CENTER CORP.
— C. Edward Glasscock has been elected to the 2012 board of directors of the Regional Cancer Center Corp., a community advisory group that provides advocacy and support for the James Graham Brown Cancer Center. Glasscock is chairman emeritus and co-chairman of the mergers and acquisitions practice group of Frost Brown Todd.
RUPP ARENA ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT DISTRICT
— A subcommittee of the Lexington Center board of directors has been named to lead the Rupp Arena Arts and Entertainment District in Lexington. The subcommittee includes: Cecil Dunn, executive director of The Hope Center; Brent Rice, attorney with McBrayer, McGinnis, Leslie & Kirkland PLLC; Royce Pulliam, founder of Urban Active; Craig Turner, CEO of MedPro Safety Products; Holly Wiedemann, president of AU Associates Inc.; and Bill Owen, CEO of the Lexington Center. The project will be managed by Frank Butler, who will retire as executive vice president of finance and administration at the University of Kentucky at the end of the year.
SPEED ART MUSEUM
— Bridgette Bell, global sustainability manager for Yum! Brands, and Elizabeth Davis, a private investor, philanthropist and community volunteer, have been named to serve on the Speed Art Museum’s board of trustees, which has fiduciary and legal responsibility for the museum. The museum named the following individuals to serve on the newly formed board of governors: Lauri Arnold, Julia Carstanjen, Tamil Chellaiah, Connie Goodman, Kevin Grangier, Matthew E. Hamel, David James, Sherry Jelsma, Michael L. Judd, Susan Dabney Lavin, L. Joshua Nagel, Kathy Oyler, Patrick Potter, Yasmeen M. Siddiqui, Julianne Corbett Waldron and Cheri Collis White.
U.S. CONFERENCE OF MAYORS
— Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer has been named chairman of the Metro Economies Standing Committee of the U.S. Conference of Mayors. The committee focuses on economic issues important to cities, including federal policies, taxes and the creation of jobs.