Personnel file

Personnel File local hires and promotions: Week of Jan. 28

January 28, 2013 

Education

Georgetown College: Michelle Lynch has been named vice president for enrollment management.

Finance

Blue & Co.: Lindy Karns, Kent Pleasants and John Copeland have been named directors and principals of the firm.

Kentucky Bank: Jim Elliott has been named senior vice president, director of wealth management. He replaces Clark Nyberg, who will retire in March.

Switzer, McGaughey & Co.: Daniel King has been promoted to shareholder. The firm will now be known as Switzer, McGaughey & King.

Organizations

Hospice of the Bluegrass: The following have been announced as board officers for 2013: Woodford Webb, The Webb Cos., chair; Mark Nabity, Grayhawk, vice chair; Jen Shah, Dean Dorton Allen Ford, treasurer; Eric Frankl, Blue Grass Airport, secretary.

IEC of the Bluegrass: The following have been elected officers and members of the board of directors for 2013: Rick Birchum, Parsons Electrical Contractors, president; Todd Friend, Fayette Electrical Service, vice president; Jeff Davis, Triple Crown Electrical Supply, secretary; Joe Martin, Parsons Electrical Contractors, treasurer; Ken Ware, UMAC Inc., immediate past president, Ken Carey, Amteck of Kentucky, director; and Rick Davis, All Phase Electrical Supply, director.

PBS Digital Advisory Council: Tim Bischoff, senior director of marketing and online content at KET, has been selected as a member of the council.

Other

Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government: Rob Bolson has been named legislative aide to 9th District council member Jennifer Mossotti.

Lexington Legends: Ian Loughry, Lee West and Lee Page have been named account executives for the minor league baseball organization.

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Compiled by Dorothea Wingo

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