Governor Ernie Fletcher’s Communication Office
Governor Fletcher appoints members to the Commission on Community Volunteerism and Service
FRANKFORT, Ky. – Governor Ernie Fletcher has announced the appointment of three members to the Commission on Community Volunteerism and Service.
James Casey Sterr, of Louisville, is vice president of human services for the Christian Appalachian Project. He received his bachelor’s degree in accounting from Northern Illinois University and his master’s degree in recreation management from the University of Kentucky. He also holds a master’s of divinity from the Catholic Theological Union.
Amy Catherine Burke, of Covington, is the assistant county attorney for Kenton County, the assistant commonwealth’s attorney for Covington and an adjunct professor at Northern Kentucky University in the criminal justice program. She received her bachelor’s degree in philosophy from Eastern Kentucky University and her juris doctorate from the Salmon P. Chase College of Law at Northern Kentucky University.
Susan Brammer, of Maysville, is an attorney with her own private practice. She received her bachelor’s degree in history from Xavier University and her juris doctorate from the University of Kentucky College of Law. She is the attorney for the city of Maysville and a board member for the Meadowview Regional Medical Center.
The Commission on Community Volunteerism and Service consists of no more than 25 gubernatorial appointees. The commission provides statewide strategic planning to enable citizens to address serious social problems through service to local communities. The commission also oversees and submits Kentucky’s annual applications to the Corporation for National Service and other funding sources for the continuation and expansion of the Kentucky service initiative.