Moneywatch Advisors: Robert J. Hammond, a 21-year veteran of the international equine industry, has been named director of marketing. A Londoner by birth who began his career in sales and business management in England's Thoroughbred industry, Hammond has been affiliated with horse operations in Central Kentucky, including Darby Dan Farm and WinStar, and racehorses, including Shackleford and Super Saver. In addition to his new position, Hammond will continue to serve as vice chairman at Darby Dan Farm.
Lexington Clinic: Dr. Joshua C. Bailey has joined the clinic and will re-establish its pain medicine practice. Bailey completed a fellowship in pain medicine and a residency in anesthesiology at the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Fla. He will provide services in pain management and interventional pain management, while specializing in neuromodulation.
Corp. for National and Community Service: Rick Christman, CEO of Employment Solutions, has been confirmed by the U.S. Senate to the board of directors of CNCS, which operates AmeriCorps, Senior Corps and the Social Innovation Fund with an annual budget of $1.18 billion.
House of God International: Pastor Apostle Thomas E. Clark Jr. has been named chief apostle. Chief Apostle Thomas E. Clark's investiture was held July 25 in Jacksonville, Fla. His role encompasses more than 850 churches worldwide, and includes congregations in the U.S., Africa, Canada and the Caribbean.
Kentucky Association of Health Care Facilities: Bruce Linder has joined the association as executive vice president. Linder previously served as a policy advisor with the Cabinet for Health and Family Services, Department for Community Based Services in Frankfort.
Kentucky Transportation Cabinet: Rachel Mills has been named director of the Division of Construction Procurement, Department of Highways.
Unitarian Universalist Church of Lexington: Illinois native Brian Chenowith has been named the next settled minister for the 300-member congregation. UUCL is located at 3564 Clays Mill Road.
Academy of Preachers: Rev. Wyndee Holbrook has been promoted to executive director of the Lexington-based non-profit whose mission is to identify, network, support, and inspire young people in the call to gospel preaching.
Hospice of the Bluegrass: Cassandra Mitchell has been appointed vice president of marketing and business development. She recently completed a dual master's degree in nursing and business administration. Mitchell began her career as a nurse providing direct patient care and has transitioned into leadership roles within various organizations. She has worked in hospice care for the last 14 years.
The Kentucky Chapter Association of Legal Administrators: The following have been named to the 2015-2016 board: Joni Pardue, Gwin Steinmetz & Baird, president; Gladys Smith, McMasters Keith Butler, vice president; Beth Mattingly, Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs, secretary; Deborah Brook, Dinsmore & Shohl, treasurer; Debbie Snellen, Reed Weitkamp Schell & Vice, immediate past president; Jane Spiegel, Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs, director at large.
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Compiled by Dorothea Wingo