Georgetown College: Ann Carlisle McCamy has been named to the newly created position of executive director of new business for the college. McCamy is a 1985 alumna of Georgetown College and previously served as CFO for Lexington Christian Academy.
Mason & Hanger: Bari Ewing has joined the Lexington architectural, engineering and construction firm as a mechanical engineer. Michael Omane-Achamfuor has joined the firm as a cost estimator.
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Kentucky Bank: Nicholas Woods has joined the bank's wealth management team as trust and business development officer. He will be based in the bank's Paris office, but will work with clients in all the bank's locations.
Stites & Harbison: Kenneth J. Gish Jr. has joined the firm's Lexington office as an associate in its environmental, natural resources and energy service group. His practice focuses on complex facility permitting, hazardous waste remediation, compliance with regulatory requirements and environmental litigation.
Girl Scouts of Kentucky Wilderness Road Council: Judy Clabes, a Paris resident and president and CEO of Judith Clabes Associates, has been named to the GSKWRC board of directors. She recently received a Girl Scouts Distinguished Citizen Medal in acknowledgment of her contributions to the youth in Northern Kentucky.
Kentucky Employers' Mutual Insurance: Todd Sallee has been named manager of business development.
Kentucky Society of Certified Public Accountants: Chris Anderson, Barr Anderson & Roberts, Lexington, has been named a new member of the organization's board of directors for 2010-11.
LexArts: The following have been named to the organization's board of directors for fiscal year 2011: Eric J. Frankl, executive director of Blue Grass Airport; John Long, chief executive officer of the U.S. Equestrian Federation and chair of the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games; Gloria B. Rie, president and founder of The Humanitarium: Center for Culture and Diversity; Ben Self, semi-retired, until recently he served as program director and founding partner of Blue State Digital; Michael Stewart, owner of Fayette Window Cleaning; Billy Van Pelt II, program manager of the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government's Purchase of Development Rights program; and Virginia H. Underwood, chief of staff at Eastern Kentucky University.
LexTran: George Miller, a partner in the law firm of Wyatt Tarrant & Combs, has been named chairman of the board of directors. Chris Humphrey, director of accounting and compliance services at the accounting firm of Dean Dorton & Ford, has been named vice chair.
Compiled by Dorothea Wingo
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