Department of Corrections
Jeremy Shuck Promoted to Information Systems Supervisor
Kentucky Department of Corrections Deputy Commissioner Kimberly Potter-Blair today announced that Jeremy Shuck has been promoted to Information Systems Supervisor. Shuck’s promotion was effective June 1.
“I first had the opportunity to work with Jeremy when I worked in Probation and Parole. Anytime Jeremy was assigned to the District, he always graciously helped and he has continued to do so across the Department,” said Potter-Blair. “Jeremy is appreciated and respected by his peers. I am proud to see this well-deserved promotion. He is a true asset to the Department of Corrections.”
Shuck, a six-year veteran of the Department of Corrections Information & Technology Department, will now supervise a staff of three. These four individuals are responsible for all of the network operations and computer management for Central Office and Probation and Parole.
Shuck began his career in Corrections as a summer employee in 1999. He later worked for the Department in 2005 as a Network Technician. He earned his degree in Information Management in 2005 from Lexington Community College.
Shuck is a native and resident of Pleasureville.