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Personnel File local hires and promotions: Week of April 21

April 21, 2014 

Education

Georgetown College: Joy Bowers-Campbell, assistant professor at Georgetown College and director of the college's Graduate Literacy Education Program, has been named dean of the college's Department of Education.

Health care

University of Pikeville: Dr. Andrew Buzzelli has been named the founding dean of the Kentucky College of Optometry. Buzzelli, who now serves as dean and professor of the Rosenberg School of Optometry at University of the Incarnate Word in San Antonio, Texas, will assume the leadership position in July.

Organizations

Kentucky Bluegrass Business Analysis Chapter: The following officers have been newly elected to the 2014 board of directors: Aaron Whittenberger, president; Bud Ratliff, vice president, administration and finance; John Batts, vice president, community outreach; Eric Neill, vice president, certification; Daryl Keltz, vice president, marketing and communications; Kathy Leigh, vice president, membership and sponsorship; Naresh Shah, vice president, professional development; Lowell Sellards, secretary; Jason Conley, vice president, technology.

Lug Nuts Auto Club: Brian Hershinow has been named president. Danny Puchalski has been named director of garage operations.

Kentucky Philosophical Association: Matthew Pianalto, associate professor of philosophy in Eastern Kentucky University's Department of Philosophy and Religion, has been elected vice president. He will serve as vice president for 2014-15 and then as KPA president for 2015-16.

Other

Accenture: Greg Lawrence of Lexington has joined the global consulting firm as a senior manager in the upstream oil and gas practice based in Houston.

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Compiled by Dorothea Wingo

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