Lexington Theological Seminary: Deena Ainslie, the former project assistant for the seminary's Conversations on Finances and Stewardship program, has been named assistant to Richard Weis, the dean and vice president for academic affairs.
PNC Mortgage: Amanda Lemond and Eddie Dalton have been named loan officers covering Lexington and surrounding areas.
Billings Law Firm: John Franklin Billings has joined the firm as senior counsel. Billings, with more than 36 years' experience, is licensed in Kentucky, Ohio and West Virginia, and U.S. Tax Court.
National Association of Women Business Owners, Lexington: The following have been named to the 2014-15 board of directors: Rhonda Bartlett, RB Design Studio, president; Hope Hurst-Lanham, Hurst Office Suppliers, president elect; Karen Boone, Kreations by Karen, secretary; Kandi Harper, KL Harper, treasurer; Cathy Chatfield, BenefitsPlus, programs; Patty Breeze, Breeze Financial, membership; Sheila Donovan, Clark Law Office, corporate partners; Kristin Clark, Kentucky Farm Bureau, public relations; Laura Day DelCotto, DelCotto Law Group, public policy; Janey Moores, BJM Staffing & Job Guidance of Kentucky, awards; Tanya Bolton, Lexington Women's Health, community service.
Morgan Funeral Home: Renee Jackson Byrd has joined the Versailles business as co-owner, and embalming and funeral director intern.
Trek Advancement: Paul B. Chewning and Sharron Townsend have been named senior associates with the Lexington-based, full-service consulting firm that specializes in higher education and nonprofit fundraising.
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Compiled by Dorothea Wingo