Kentucky Historical Society
KHS Foundation Announces Newly Elected Board Members
FRANKFORT, Ky. (June 23, 2011) – The Kentucky Historical Society (KHS) Foundation has elected four new directors to its 2011 Board of Directors. The appointments were approved at the February 9 and May 25 meetings. Robert. M. “Mike” Duncan, John S. Greenebaum, Crit Luallen and Bosworth M. Todd Jr. will each serve a three-year term with the possibility of reappointment for two additional three-year terms.
Robert. M. “Mike” Duncan, of Inez
Duncan joins the KHS Foundation Board of Directors after lending his time, talents and leadership to the KHS Executive Committee for eight years, where he served as president in 2008-2009. Duncan is president of Inez Deposit Bank and chairman of Alice Lloyd College in Pippa Passes. He is past chairman of the Republican National Committee, past chairman of the Center for Rural Development in Somerset and past chairman of the Kentucky Governor’s Scholars Program. Duncan has served as president of the Kentucky Bankers Association and a director of the Cleveland Federal Reserve Bank. He and his wife, Joanne, reside in Inez, Ky.
John S. Greenebaum, of Louisville
John S. Greenebaum is a noted corporate and commercial attorney in Louisville, where he lives with his wife, Mary Moss Greenebaum, founder and producer of the Kentucky Author Forum. He received his undergraduate degree from Amherst College and a law degree from Harvard Law School. He currently practices in the Louisville office of Greenebaum Doll and McDonald. He has served as director of the Louisville Water Company, chairman of the Louisville Community Foundation and trustee of the Speed Art Museum. He is a co-founder and former director of Actors Theater of Louisville. He is a director of the First Capital Bank of Kentucky, where he also serves on the executive committee.
Crit Luallen, of Frankfort
Crit Luallen rejoins the KHS Foundation Board of Directors serving a full nine-year term from 2000 to 2009. She is the Commonwealth of Kentucky's Auditor of Public Accounts, her first elected office after a distinguished and lengthy career in a variety of public positions. Luallen has served as the Secretary of the Kentucky Governor's Executive Cabinet, the State Budget Director, Secretary of the Finance and Administration Cabinet, Secretary of the Kentucky Tourism Cabinet, Commissioner of the Kentucky Department of the Arts and Special Assistant to the Governor. She also served as president of the Greater Louisville Economic Development Partnership. She played a leadership role in developing the Governor’s School for the Arts and developing and securing funding for the building of the Thomas D. Clark Center for Kentucky History. Luallen is a native of Frankfort and a graduate of Centre College, where she serves on its Board of Trustees. She and her husband, Lynn, reside in Frankfort.
Bosworth M. Todd Jr., of Louisville
Bosworth Todd is chairman emeritus of Todd-Veredus Asset Management LLC, a Louisville-based firm. He is a native of Frankfort and currently lives in Louisvile with his wife, Sue. He holds a chartered financial analyst designation and was director of the Investment Counsel Association of America. He served in the U.S. Air Force and started his investment career at Hilliard Lyons before founding his own firm in 1967. Todd is currently a director of First Capital Bank of Kentucky in Louisville and director of American Life and Accident. He serves on the Board of Advisors of the University of Louisville College of Business. He is a founding director of the St. Francis School in Goshen, the Wellspring House in Louisville, and the National Alliance for Research in Schizophrenia and Depression. Todd has degrees from the University of Kentucky and Harvard University. He writes and speaks on topics related to the economy and the stock market and has a strong interest in Kentucky history.
In addition to these new directors, the KHS Foundation elected officers for 2011: John R. Hall of Naples, Fl., and Lexington, President; Ann Rosenstein Giles of Lexington, first vice-president; Henry C. T. Richmond III of Lexington, second vice-president; Buckner Woodford IV of Paris, treasurer; and Kent Whitworth of Frankfort, secretary.
The KHS Foundation is a private, 501(c)(3) non-profit affiliated with the Kentucky Historical Society, an agency of the Kentucky Tourism, Arts and Heritage Cabinet. The KHS Foundation Board of Directors oversees and assists with all fundraising activities of the Kentucky Historical Society. Many of the programs, collections, exhibitions, services and research initiatives of KHS are made possible through private support via the KHS Foundation. Since its inception in 1991, the KHS Foundation has raised more than $16 million in support of the Kentucky Historical Society.
In addition to these continuing officers and new directors, the KHS Foundation welcomes returning board members Bruce Cotton, Lexington; James T. Crain Jr., Louisville; Dennis Dorton, Paintsville; Thomas P. Dupree Sr., Lexington; Frank Hamilton, Georgetown; Jamie Hargrove, Louisville; Raymond Hornback, Ed.D., Lexington; Nancy Lampton, Louisville; Elizabeth Lloyd “Libby” Jones, Midway; Anita Madden, Lexington; Gerald Smith, Ph.D., Lexington; Charles Stewart, Frankfort; and William Sturgill, Lexington. Continuing emeritus members are Jo M. Ferguson, Louisville; Margaret Patterson, Frankfort; Warren W. Rosenthal, Lexington; James Shepherd, Georgetown; and Dr. John P. Stewart, Frankfort. Robert Rich, Covington, also serves on the Foundation Board of Directors ex-officio as President of the KHS Executive Committee. J. David Smith, Lexington, is pro bono counsel to the KHS Foundation Board.