Louisville Magazine

OCT 2018

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LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 10.18 45 WOMEN 1. Neeli Bendapudi, University of Louisville president 2. Sadiqa Reynolds, Louisville Urban League president and CEO 3. Christy Brown, philanthropist 4. Mary Ellen Wiederwohl, Metro government, Louisville Forward chief 5. Theresa Reno-Weber, Metro United Way president and CEO 6. Sharon Darling, National Center for Families Learning founder and presidnet 7. Sandra Frazier, Tandem Public Relations founder; philanthropist 8. Alice Houston, Houston-Johnson Inc. co-owner 9. Barbara Sexton Smith, Metro Council, District 4 (downtown) 10. Cynthia Knapek, Leadership Louisville president 11. Ellen Hesen, Mayor Fischer's chief of staff 12. Cathe Dykstra, Family Scholar House president and CEO 13. Tori Murden McClure, Spalding University president 14. Angela Leet, Republican mayoral candidate; Metro Council, District 7 (East End) 15. Christen Boone, Fund for the Arts president and CEO AFRICAN- AMERICANS 1. Sadiqa Reynolds, Louisville Urban League president and CEO 2. Kevin Cosby, St. Stephen Church senior pastor; Simmons College president 3. Junior Bridgeman, former U of L basketball player, entrepreneur 4. David James, Metro Council president 5. Alice Houston, Houston-Johnson Inc. co-owner 6. Attica Scott, state representative 7. Nikki Jackson, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis senior vice presdent 8. Diane Porter, JCPS school board chair 9. Ricky L. Jones, chair of the department of pan- African studies, U of L 10. Dawne Gee, WAVE-3 anchor 11. Walter Woods, Humana Foundation CEO 12. Vincent James, Louisville Metro chief of community building 13. TIE Carolle Jones-Clay, Republic Bank senior vice president Gerald Neal, state senator 15. Angie Evans, LG&E and KU vice president of corporate responsibility and community affairs ELECTED OFFICIALS 1. Greg Fischer, Louisville mayor 2. John Yarmuth, U.S. House of Representatives 3. David James, Metro Council president 4. Mitch McConnell, U.S. Senate 5. Barbara Sexton Smith, Metro Council, District 4 (downtown) 6. Matt Bevin, Kentucky governor 7. Angela Leet, Republican mayoral candidate; Metro Council, District 7 (East End) 8. Attica Scott, state representative 9. Morgan McGarvey, state senator 10. Diane Porter, JCPS school board chair 11. Jessica Green, Metro Council, District 1 (Dixie Highway, west Louisville) 12. Gerald Neal, state senator 13. Bill Hollander, Metro Council, District 9 (Frankfort Avenue, Shelbyville Road) 14. David Yates, Metro Council, District 25 (PRP, Valley Station) 15. Mike O'Connell, county attorney CEOS 1. Bruce Broussard, Humana 2. Paul Varga, Brown-Forman (retiring at end of year) 3. Steve Trager, Republic Bancorp 4. Sharon Darling, National Center for Families Learning 5. Theresa Reno-Weber, Metro United Way 6. TIE Bill Carstanjen, Churchill Downs Inc. James Allen, Hilliard Lyons 8. Chuck Denny, PNC Bank (regional president) 9. Sadiqa Reynolds, Louisville Urban League 10. Benjamin Breier, Kindred Healthcare 11. Matt Thornton, Thorntons 12. Paul Thompson, LG&E and KU Energy 13. Junior Bridgeman, Manna Inc. 14. Neeli Bendapudi, University of Louisville president 15. Russell Cox, Norton Healthcare

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