April A. Wimberg Appointed as Member of the Executive Branch Ethics Commission by Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin
Bingham Greenbaum Doll is excited to announce April A. Wimberg’s appointment as a member of the Executive Branch Ethics Commission by Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin. April will serve for a term expiring July 14, 2020.
The Commission seeks to fulfill its mission of promoting ethical conduct of employees and elected officials in the executive branch and assists in the interpreting the ethics code by issuance of advisory opinions and recommending legislation to the General Assembly.
April is a member of the firm’s bankruptcy and restructuring group. Her practice focuses on bankruptcy matters and creditors’ rights as well as commercial litigation. An active member of the community, she serves as the attorney for the City of Glenview Hills, President of the Louisville Federalist Society Chapter, Vice-Chair to the Louisville Bar Association’s Bankruptcy Law Section and as a volunteer for the Legal Aid Society. April received her undergraduate degree from the University of Kentucky, her J.D. from the University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law. April also served as a Peace Corps volunteered in West Africa.