Boehl Stopher & Graves: James M. Inman has joined the firm as an associate in the Lexington office. Inman holds degrees from Centre College and the University of Kentucky College of Law. He served as a captain in the Army and is a veteran of the Iraq War.
Kentucky Chamber of Commerce: Bill Jones, community division manager of U.S. Bank, has been elected chairman of the board of directors. He will head a 60- member board. Jones succeeds 2009 chairman Darby Turner, a member of Greenebaum Doll & McDonald. Chairwoman-elect for 2011 is Deborah Moessner, president and general manager of Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kentucky.
Never miss a local story.
The following have been named to serve with Jones, Turner and Moessner on the 2010 executive committee: Mary Jean Riley, North American Stainless, Ghent, treasurer; Chris Hermann, E.ON U.S., Louisville; Tim Mosher, Kentucky Power, Frankfort; Nick Rowe, Kentucky American Water, Lexington; Luther Deaton, Central Bank & Trust Co., Lexington; Keith Gannon, Boneal, Means; Dan Bork, Lexmark International, Lexington; Jeff Bringardner, Humana-Kentucky, Louisville; Mary Pat Regan, AT&T Kentucky, Louisville; Kelly Swartz, Citi Cards, Florence; and Mike Owsley, English, Lucas, Priest and Owsley, Bowling Green.
The following are the newly elected 2010 members at large: Wes Beckner, BB&T Louisville; Stephen Branscum, Branscum Construction Co., Russell Springs; Terry Forcht, Forcht Group of Kentucky, Lexington; Nick Nicholson, Keeneland Association, Lexington; Millie Marshall, Toyota Motor Engineering and Manufacturing, Erlanger; Joel Hopper, Brenntag Mid-South, Henderson; Kevin Flannery, Churchill Downs, Louisville; Paula Hanson, Dean Dorton Ford, Lexington; Julie Janson, Duke Energy Ohio and Kentucky, Cincinnati; Bill Corum, Kentucky Association of Electric Co-ops; Lynn Parrish, Marwood Land Co., Pikeville; Shannon Turner, Passport Health Plan, Louisville; and Bill Lear, Stoll Keenon Ogden, Lexington.
Lindbergh Foundation: Larry Williams of BRS Aerospace has been elected chairman, president and CEO of the organization that promotes scientific and technological ingenuity. Williams graduated from Garrard County High School in 1975 and has a degree in fire and safety engineering technology from Eastern Kentucky University.
National Forum for Black Public Administrators: Charles E. Thomas, business development manager, east region, for Metaformers Enterprise Solution Architects, has been named to the 2009-10 board of directors and will serve on the finance and budget, nominating and technology committees. Thomas also sits on the Kentucky Governor's Minority Employment, Business Affairs and Economic Development Council and is a past board member of the Kentucky Association of Disadvantaged Business Enterprises.
Kentucky Employers' Mutual Insurance: Jeremy Terry has been promoted to manager of underwriting for the largest provider of workers' compensation insurance in Kentucky.
Health Care Excel: Mary Kapur has been named chief executive officer. The non-profit corporation holds federal Medicare quality improvement contracts in Kentucky and Indiana, and Medicaid and other state contracts in several states, including Kentucky.
Compiled by Dorothea Wingo
Send items about professional personnel changes to: Personnel File, Business Monday, Lexington Herald-Leader, 100 Midland Avenue, Lexington, Ky. 40508, or email@example.com. Include name and number of a contact. Mailed photographs will not be returned. E-mailed photos must be JPGs.