GEORGETOWN, Ky. – Two employees of Georgetown College have been selected for participation in the 2015 Leadership Scott County Program of the Georgetown/Scott County Chamber of Commerce.
Vice President for Institutional Advancement, Todd Rasberry, Ph.D., and Kathleen Johnson, the college’s donor relations and presidential events coordinator, are among the two dozen Georgetown and Scott County citizens enrolled in the new class. Dr. Rasberry’s wife, Blanche Overton, is also a member.
Created in 1991, more than 400 community leaders are graduates of the program. Since its inception, several college employees have participated.
Monthly sessions, held from August through May, consist of local history and culture, education, government, agriculture, economic development, health care and public services.
The goal is to provide participants with background knowledge of the community while enhancing leadership skills to promote future leaders within their organizations and the Scott County community. Participation is beneficial to long-time residents and newcomers alike.
Class members represent a broad cross-section of community leaders from business, education, government and the nonprofit sector.
Others in the 2015 class are:
Frank Allen, Ed Davis Community Center Inc.
Kalen Bruce, Kentucky Utilities
Karin Buchanan, Kentucky Bank
Megan Enyeart-Chan, Georgetown/Scott County Planning Commission
Timothy Fain, Georgetown Municipal Water & Sewer Service
Eddie Fryman, Georgetown Fire Department
Toni Hodapp, Commonwealth Credit Union
Laura Holbrook, Central Bank
Isaac Hughes, Georgetown/Scott County Building Department
Jeff Klocke, Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Kentucky, Inc.
Dave Kunze, Whitaker Bank
James Layton, Pratt’s Lawn & Landscape
Mark Mangione, Green Metals
Meredith Moody, American Cancer Society
Paige Muncy, Georgetown Community Hospital
Neil Netherland, Community Trust Bank
Barbara O’Hara, Scott County Public Library
David Quick, Georgetown Main Street Program
Kandice Whitehouse, Hospitality House
Carrie Wiley, United Bank
Corey Wood, Georgetown/Scott County EMS
Jeanne Biddle, district technology coordinator for Scott County Schools and vice president of leadership development for the Chamber of Commerce, is in charge of the Leadership Scott County Program. Citizens of Georgetown and Scott County interested in participation in the 2016 Leadership Scott County should contact the Chamber of Commerce office for information.