Louisville Magazine

OCT 2018

Louisville Magazine is Louisville's city magazine, covering Louisville people, lifestyles, politics, sports, restaurants, entertainment and homes. Includes a monthly calendar of events.

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Matt Rogers Manager of Cardiopulmonary Services at Norton Women's and Children's Hospital From staff respiratory therapist to supervisor to manager of cardiopulmonary services, all within 5 years, Matt is an emerging leader within Norton Healthcare. A proud Bellarmine University alum, he completed his Bachelor of Respiratory Therapy degree in 2014 and Master of Healthcare Administration in 2016. Matt is active in community health fairs and fundraising for chronic lung diseases. He leads through his passion, work ethic and integrity, ensuring his staff is engaged and his patients are receiving the best care possible. Todd Hill Manager, I.T. Security, Baptist Health Todd is inspired to help make a positive difference in the lives of others by the dedicated and compassionate healthcare professionals he has the privilege of working alongside. "These extraordinary caregivers serve as an example that we all play an important role to help comfort, encourage, and heal those who are afflicted. I hope to honor this example in service to CFF and the families who bravely confront the challenges of living with CF on a daily basis." Grace Pace Digital Marketing Manager, Republic Bank & Trust Company Pace is an enthusiastic digital banking professional who never gets tired of learning about new things or meeting new people. As a Louisville transplant, she is honored to be a part of Derby City's Finest and to serve among fellow leaders as they educate the community about CF and empower others to take action. She firmly believes in the importance of supporting organizations such as CF so that individuals and families who are affected know they are not fighting alone. Rachel McMahan Audience Development Director, Louisville Business First McMahan graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Integrated Strategic Communications from the University of Kentucky. Originally from Hamilton, OH, McMahan has lived in Louisville since June of 2013. She serves on the board of the Delta Zeta Area Alumnae Chapter as the VP of Programming and volunteers with the local Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) chapter. McMahan was a 2017 Ambassador for the Family & Children's Place. For the past five years, she's served as a mentor for Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Kentuckiana and is passionate about children's education, health and social-services issues.

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