Campbellsville University: Chris Megginson has been named sports information director for the school. He has served as sports editor at the Shelby County Reporter since January 2007.
Eastern Kentucky University: Linda Fossen has been named associate vice president/dean of enrollment. Fossen has served as associate vice president for enrollment management at the University of Texas Brownsville and Texas Southmost College since 2002. Peter Cizdziel has been named general manager of EKU's private Arlington Club. Cizdziel was the general manager at Fort Belvoir (Va.) Golf Club for the last 14 years.
Central Kentucky Agricultural Credit Association: Nathan Courtney has been named a loan officer. He will work with member-borrowers in many counties throughout the Bluegrass region, with primary responsibilities in the Lexington branch of the association.
McDaniel Wealth Management: Cindy Lanham has been named director of operations.
Kentucky Bar Association: Stites & Harbison attorney Douglass Farnsley has been elected to a second two-year term on the association's board of governors. The board of governors is the governing body of the 14,000-member KBA. Farnsley is a member of the firm's Louisville office.
Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority/Kentucky Higher Education Student Loan Corp.: Attorney Erica Horn has been named to the boards of both organizations. Horn is a member of the Frankfort office of Stites & Harbison.
Kentucky Society of Certified Public Accountants: The following have been named new board of director members and executive committee members for 2009-10: Harry Freibert, Freibert & Associates, Louisville; Kevin Rose, Crowe Horwath, Louisville; Melinda "Lindy" Karns, Dulworth Breeding & Karns, Lexington; David Morgan, Main Street Realty, Louisville; Phillip Gregory, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Louisville, president; Mary Margaret "Mimi" Kelly, E.ON U.S., Louisville, president-elect; Alan Long, Baldwin & Associates, Richmond, immediate past president; William G. Meyer III, Strothman & Co., Louisville, secretary/treasurer; Joe King, Faulkner King Romenesko & Wenz, Mount Sterling, at large member; Melinda Karns, at large member of the executive team.
Funeral Directors Association of Kentucky: The following officers and directors have been elected for 2009-10: Mike Neal, Catlettsburg, president; John W. Gay, Burlington, president-elect; Will Muster, Calhoun, vice president; James W. Davis, Berea, secretary/treasurer; Mary Steele, Pineville, sergeant at arms; Jimmy Maggard, Hazard, chairman; Quintin McGinnis, Science Hill, immediate past president; Ronald Strong, Hickman, NFDA Policy Board; David West, Nicholasville, Central District director; Marcia Caniff-Davis, Ashland, Eastern District director; Doug Stanley, Williams town, Northern District director; Robbie Brantley, Brownsville, Southern District director; Glenn Hickey, Monticello, South Central District director; John Jones, Harlan, South Eastern District director; Rick Morgan, Princeton, Western District director.
Kentucky Blood Center: Stephanie French has been named executive director of marketing and communications. She previously served as corporate director of public relations for Sullivan University System.
Compiled by Dorothea Wingo
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