Central Bank: Monna Treadway has been promoted to vice president, mortgage lending. The Versailles native, who has 13 years of mortgage lending experience, is based in the Main Street location in Nicholasville.
McBrayer, McGinnins, Leslie & Kirkland: Bill George has joined the firm’s Lexington office. He began his legal career as a prosecutor at the Fayette County Attorney’s Office in 2007. George’s practice will primarily focus on health care.
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Reminger Co.: Jennifer M. Jabroski has joined the firm’s Lexington office. She will focus her practice primarily in the areas of medical negligence, professional liability, premises liability, products liability, trucking and transportation litigation and insurance matters.
The American Black Hereford Association: Brian T. Chism has been named the ABHA’s executive director. The ABHA’s headquarters are located in Kentucky. To learn more about the ABHA, the Black Hereford breed, or the association’s move to Kentucky, contact the ABHA at email@example.com or go to Blackhereford.org.
USA Cares: Phillip Scott, managing partner of Scott Interest Ltd. Partnership and a veterans advocate, has been named to the organization’s national board of directors. USA Cares is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that supports veterans and military families in crisis. Scott is the former president and CEO of Lexington-based Scott-Gross Co., a medical and industrial supply company with 33 locations in seven states.
The Well of Lexington: Lisa Satin has been named the first executive director of the free two-year residential program for adult women in Central Kentucky who are survivors of sex trafficking, prostitution and addiction. The Well opened its first home in August 2016, and is now serving four residents. For more info, go to Thewelllexington.com.
Associations International: Jan Craigmiles has been named the vice president of people and communications. Craigmiles was previously the director of human resources for AI. She brings more than 20 years of human resources experience and leadership to AI. Prior to her return to AI, she served as the director of human resources and risk management for Asbury University.
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Compiled by Dorothea Wingo