Kentucky Bank: Brandon Eason has been named market president for Bourbon County. He has been market president for the Jessamine County Region of Kentucky Bank since 2007.
Stites & Harbison: Attorney Cassidy Rosenthal has been named office executive member for the Lexington office. She succeeds attorney Greg Parsons, who has served in this role for five years. Parsons, a partner of the firm, will continue to serve clients in his construction and litigation practice, and serve on the firm’s six-member management committee. As the new office executive member, Rosenthal will be active in the community on behalf of the firm and will assist the chair in executing firm policy.
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Quest International Users Group: George Monticello has been promoted to senior director, marketing and operations, for the international not-for-profit association managed by Lexington-based Associations International. Charlie Knapp joins Quest as the new director of customer learning content. Christina Yue has been promoted to lead for PeopleSoft Customer Learning initiatives. Alyssa Lanter has joined the customer learning team as the lead for JD Edwards Customer Learning initiatives. Derek Schroder has been named a Digital Marketing Specialist. David Kent has joined the Quest team as manager of marketing and communications.
CMI Consulting: David Hancock has been named vice president of sales and marketing.
Associations International: Tammy Checkoway has joined the Lexington-based company as an IT project manager. Formerly a division of Host Communications and IMG, AI employs 120 association professionals and has been helping professional and trade associations promote their missions, build membership and seize opportunities for growth for more than 40 years.
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Compiled by Dorothea Wingo