Kentucky Community and Technical College System: M. Dianne Leveridge has been named director of Technical Programs for Academic Affairs. After retiring from Lexmark, Leveridge served as director of Project Lead the Way, a science, technology, engineering and math program affiliated with the University of Kentucky that focuses on K-12 students.
Paladin: Engineers Charles Spencer and Mark Zoller have joined the staff.
Lexington Clinic: The following officers have been elected to serve for the year: Dr. Stephen C. Umansky, president; Dr. Michael T. Cecil, vice president; Dr. J. Elizabeth Lehmann, secretary; Dr. Cheryl A. McClain, treasurer. Other board members include Dr. Michael W. Eden, Dr. Kimberly A. Hudson, Dr. Wayne A. Marlowe, Dr. Andrew C. McGregor and Dr. Gregory V. Osetinsky.
Landrum & Shouse: Heather Pack Howell has joined the firm as an associate. Howell primarily practices in the areas of estate planning, administration and litigation.
American Association of State Compensation Insurance Funds: Six Kentucky Employers' Mutual Insurance employees have been selected to fill committee positions for the AASCIF: Katy Grachek, human resources committee adviser; Stephen Mason, audit and statistics committee member; Ryan Peters, information technology committee adviser; Dwight Price, finance and investments committee chair; Rebecca Rightmyer, communications committee member; and Jon Stewart, executive committee vice president.
Columbia Gas of Kentucky: Kimra H. Cole has been promoted to general manager and vice president. Cole is responsible for all field operations throughout Columbia's 30-county service area in Kentucky and Ironton, Ohio.
Miller Consultants: Meredith Wells Lepley has been named senior organizational strategist and will oversee the development and administration of employee surveys and organizational assessments, as well as design and deliver leadership development services and organizational change management.
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Compiled by Dorothea Wingo