Personnel file - Nov. 16


Centre College/Midway College: Anita Britton, an attorney with Stoll Keenon Ogden's Lexington office, has been appointed to the Board of Trustees of the two independent colleges. Britton, an alumnus of Centre College, focuses her legal practice on family law and has been recognized as one of the Top 25 Women Lawyers in Kentucky by Kentucky Super Lawyers.


Lexington Investment Mortgage Co.: B. Erich Lowe, Sean Standiford and William K. Stilz have been named mortgage loan officers.


Jackson Kelly: Bill Hoskins has been re-elected to serve a three-year term on the firm's executive committee. He is a member of the firm's Lexington office, where he focuses his practice on health care and equine law.


American College of Environmental Lawyers: Greenebaum Doll McDonald attorney Lloyd R. Cress has been elected a fellow of the professional organization of private sector lawyers who practice in the field of environmental law. Cress, of counsel in the firm's Lexington office, is a member in the regulatory and administrative practice group. He joins Carolyn M. Brown as the only two ACOEL members from Kentucky. Brown has also been elected to the 2009 ACOEL Board of Regents. She is a member in Greenebaum's Lexington office and is the chair of the firm's regulatory and administrative practice group and is the chair of the group's environmental and natural resources team.

James E. Scott National Academy for Leadership and Executive Effectiveness Advisory Board: James Conneely, associate provost and vice president of student affairs at Eastern Kentucky University, has been appointed chairperson of the board for a two-year term.


AMR Management Services: Eric Kenoyer has been named vice president of operations for the Lexington-based, full-service association management company. Nick Ruffin has been promoted to vice president of strategic partnerships. Sara Zach has been promoted to project coordinator.

Security National Automotive Acceptance Corp.: Ben Hensley has been named director of business development. Hensley spent the past six years with U.S. Bank as assistant vice president of consumer finance, where he worked with Dealers' Financial Services in Lexington.

Compiled by Dorothea Wingo

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