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Ben Lewis Chosen for Leadership Kentucky Class of 2019

06.11.2019

Leadership Kentucky, the premier statewide leadership development organization in Kentucky, announces the following members were chosen to participate in its 2019 Class:

  • John Adams – Pulaski County – City of Somerset
  • Alan Bilbrey – Warren County – Logan Aluminum Inc.
  • Dinah Bird – Bracken County – PNC Bank
  • Tiffany Black – Boyd County – Members Choice Credit Union
  • John Blackburn – Pike County – Pikeville Medical Center
  • Stephanie Bogucki – Robertson County – Robertson County Fiscal Court
  • Stephanie Bork – Fayette County – Bayer Properties
  • Angela Brandford–Stevenson – Fayette County – Beam Suntory (Jim Beam)
  • Ashley Brown – Union County – River View Coal, LLC
  • Eric Brown – Nelson County – Beam Suntory, Inc. (Maker's Mark)
  • Michelle Bundren – Calloway County – Murray-Calloway County Chamber of Commerce
  • Tyler Burke – Floyd County – Columbia Gas of Kentucky
  • Aaron Byrd – Boone County – Frost Brown Todd, LLC
  • David Carpenter – Franklin County – Japan/America Society of Kentucky
  • Jennifer Chien – Fayette County – Advantageous Learning Solutions
  • J.P. Davis – Jefferson County – Fund for the Arts
  • Heather Dearing – Jefferson County – Yarmuth for Congress
  • Mitchel Denham – Jefferson County – Dressman Benzinger LaVelle psc
  • Leigh Durden – Christian County – Planters Bank, Inc.
  • Jennifer Edwards – Fayette County – University of Kentucky
  • Kevin Fuqua – Oldham County – MCM CPA and Advisors
  • Katie Fussenegger – Shelby County – Shelby KY Tourism Commission
  • Greg Gerard – Madison County – Baptist Health
  • Gary Gerdemann – Oldham County – RunSwitch
  • Bruno Giacomuzzi – Kenton County – St. Elizabeth Healthcare
  • Natalie Gibson – Woodford County – Kentucky Community and Technical College System
  • Jamie Guffey – Calloway County – Kentucky Poultry Federation
  • Lynn Haney – Floyd County – East Kentucky Network, LLC
  • Justin Hartfiel – Kenton County – The Christ Hospital Health Network
  • Katie Hawks – Barren County – Amneal Pharmaceuticals
  • Traci Head – Jefferson County – Norton Healthcare
  • Deanna Herrmann – Laurel County – London-Laurel Chamber of Commerce
  • Hannah Hodges – Woodford County – Kentucky Community and Technical College System
  • Ashley Johnson – McCracken County – U.S. Bank
  • Sally Jordan – Kenton County – HealthPoint Family Care
  • Wendy Kobler – Franklin County – Kentucky State University
  • Curtis Koons – Pike/Magoffin Counties – Pikeville Medical Center
  • Timothy Kraus – Jefferson County – Louisville Water Company
  • Adam Kressler – Boone/Kenton Counties – CVG Airport
  • Ben Lewis – Jefferson County – Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP
  • Beth McFarland – Jefferson County – LG&E and KU Energy
  • Jennifer Nolan – Nelson County – CHI Saint Joseph Health – Flaget Memorial Hospital
  • Jordan Parker – Fayette County – Traditional Bank
  • Katie Richards – Woodford County – Bank of America
  • Sarah Roth – Jefferson County – Brown-Forman
  • Stacie Strotman – Kenton County – Covington Independent Public Schools
  • Miranda Terry – Calloway County – Murray State University
  • Alan Turbyfill – Boyle County – Kentucky Trust Company
  • Kristen Turner – Fayette County – University of Kentucky
  • Tanlee Wasson – Madison County – Eastern Kentucky University
  • Yajaira Aich West – Fayette County – PNC Financial Services Group, Inc
  • Shannon White – Jefferson County– Centerstone Kentucky
  • Cindy Wiseman –Boyd County – AEP-Kentucky Power
  • Kelly Wolf –Franklin County – Kentucky Chamber of Commerce
  • Walter Woods – Jefferson County – Humana Foundation

Leadership Kentucky, created in 1984 as a non-profit educational organization, brings together a select group of people who possess a broad variety of leadership abilities, career accomplishments, and volunteer activities to gain insight into complex issues facing the state. Our goal is to prepare our participants to take an active role in advancing the state for the common good. By fostering understanding of how the state’s issues are interconnected, and by forging new relationships among community and regional leaders, Leadership Kentucky graduates bring a fresh and informed perspective to their communities and companies, serving as important participants in the unified effort to shape Kentucky’s future. To receive an application for the Class of 2020 when available in October, visit leadershipky.org.

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