Kentucky Nonprofit Network, the state association for nonprofit organizations, honored the Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning and two of the state’s nonprofit leaders – all from Lexington – at the 13th annual Kentucky Nonprofit Leadership Forum Nov. 3. Accepting awards were, from left, Neil Chethik, executive director of the Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning (Innovative Nonprofit Award); Kathy Plomin, community member and former nonprofit executive (Outstanding Board Leadership Award); and Richard Seckel, executive director of the Kentucky Equal Justice Center (Distinguished Nonprofit Leadership Award).
Kentucky Nonprofit Network, the state association for nonprofit organizations, honored the Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning and two of the state’s nonprofit leaders – all from Lexington – at the 13th annual Kentucky Nonprofit Leadership Forum Nov. 3. Accepting awards were, from left, Neil Chethik, executive director of the Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning (Innovative Nonprofit Award); Kathy Plomin, community member and former nonprofit executive (Outstanding Board Leadership Award); and Richard Seckel, executive director of the Kentucky Equal Justice Center (Distinguished Nonprofit Leadership Award). Photo provided
Kentucky Nonprofit Network, the state association for nonprofit organizations, honored the Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning and two of the state’s nonprofit leaders – all from Lexington – at the 13th annual Kentucky Nonprofit Leadership Forum Nov. 3. Accepting awards were, from left, Neil Chethik, executive director of the Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning (Innovative Nonprofit Award); Kathy Plomin, community member and former nonprofit executive (Outstanding Board Leadership Award); and Richard Seckel, executive director of the Kentucky Equal Justice Center (Distinguished Nonprofit Leadership Award). Photo provided

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