Personnel file - April 19


BB&T: Susan Potter and Erin Hershey have joined the bank's private financial services division as private financial advisers.


Reinhardt & Associates: Jonathan D. Gray has joined the firm as an associate. Gray, a former assistant commonwealth's attorney in Campbell County, concentrates his practice in the areas of insurance defense, civil litigation and criminal defense.


America's Blood Centers: Kentucky Blood Center CEO William Reed has joined the board of directors of ABC. He will serve a three-year term as director of this national organization, which is made up of 77 blood banks that serve more than 3,500 hospitals in the United States and Canada.

Kentucky Chamber of Commerce: Bryan Sunderland has been named vice president of public affairs. Sunderland previously served as director of public affairs and has been with the chamber for five years. Chad Harpole has rejoined the chamber as director of public affairs after serving the last two years as head of Commerce Lexington's public affairs department.

Volunteers of America of Kentucky: The following have been elected to the organization's board of directors: Keeta Fox, Papa John's International; Barbara Ford, consultant; Lisa Mahoney, Fifth Third Bank; Dickie Oliver, Yum!; and Breck Thomas-Ross, Humana.

The Center for Rural Development: Garrard County economic development director Nathan Mick has been appointed to serve on the center's board of directors. He will fill the unexpired term of the late Julian Moss.

Certified Association Executive Commission: John A. Ruffin, president and CEO of AMR Management Services, has been appointed to serve on the commission, an independent certifying body of the American Society of Association Executives.


Hilton Lexington/Downtown: Hospitality veteran Jordan Cooper has been named general manager of the 367-room hotel. Cooper previously served as general manager of the Millennium Hotel Cincinnati and the historic Warwick Hotel in Philadelphia.

Keeneland: Former trainer Frank Brothers will join the sales staff as a member of the yearling inspection team. Brothers replaces Dr. A. Gary Lavin, who retires this year.

Compiled by Dorothea Wingo

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