Lord Aeck Sargent: Keith Douglas, an intern architect with 10 years of experience in a wide range of architectural practice, including housing, institutional and educational projects, has joined the firm's Lexington office. Jordan Sebastian has joined the firm as a landscape/urban designer. He has five years of experience, most recently with the Kentucky Department of Environmental Protection and University of Kentucky landscape architecture program.
Hospice Quality Reporting Program Technical Expert Panel: Eugenia Smither, corporate compliance officer and vice president of compliance and quality improvement for Hospice of the Bluegrass, has been selected as a member of the panel by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. This select group of stakeholders and experts will contribute direction and input to implement additional measures of hospice quality.
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Urban League of Lexington — Fayette County: The following have been named officers and board members for 2015: Timothy Melton, Kentucky Utilities, board chair; Nick Nicholson, Keeneland retiree, first vice chair; Ted Berge, J.P. Morgan Chase, second vice chair; Rodney Jackson, Fayette County Public Schools, treasurer; Robert Mock, University of Kentucky, secretary; Serita Baskin, Lexington Urban League Young Professionals; Janet Beard, Fifth Third Bank; Kerry Creech, Toyota Motor Manufacturing; Ray Daniels, Waffle House; Larry Forester, Community Trust Bank; Jerry Gilinsky, State Farm Insurance; Jason Henson, Windstream Communications; Logan Hillyard, PNC Bank; Harold Hunt, UPS; Constance Kennedy, Lexmark International; Emma Metcalf, Veterans Affairs; Ashley Ward, Stites & Harbison; Robert Williams, Messer Construction; and Todd Ziegler, Republic Bank.
The Trent DiGiuro Foundation: The following have been named officers and directors for the foundation that raises money to fund scholarships for students at the three high schools in Oldham County: Scott Tincher, president; Shad Shearer, vice president; Aaron Esposito, treasurer; Mike DiGiuro, secretary; Andrew Wason; David Wilde; Sharalea Bollinger; Peyton Turner; and Thad DiGiuro. Trent DiGiuro was an honor student and athlete who attended Oldham County school and the University of Kentucky. Trent was murdered in 1994.
Integrity IT: Dwayne Adams has been named support team lead for the managed services provider that also offers infrastructure management, health care IT, hosting, and custom software development and integration. Sean Ealey has been named network control technician.
Tye Financial Group: Dawn McAnly Nelson has been named a wealth adviser and licensed representative of LPL Financial.
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Compiled by Dorothea Wingo