Archive for: December, 2014

Reflections on Leadership Kentucky Experience

By Scott Jennings This article originally appeared in the Courier-Journal on December 31, 2014. This year, I had the privilege of graduating from Leadership Kentucky. The program brings together about 50 Kentuckians for two or three days per month for seven months, exposing professionals from varying walks of life to issues and challenges facing the…

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Kentucky’s Right to Work Movement Changing Battlefields

(This column appeared in the December 10, 2014 issue of the Louisville Courier-Journal.)  By: Scott Jennings Republicans failed to capture control of Kentucky’s state House of Representatives in November’s election, putting the conservative goal of passing a statewide right-to-work law out of reach for at least another two years. There are good reasons to pass a…

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Meet Our Team: Les Fugate

A visit to the RunSwitch office is often left with a sweet taste thanks to Les Fugate, a Senior Vice President for the company. Les is also currently the Executive Director of the Kentucky Beverage Association, a role he took in 2012. Before joining RunSwitch, Les was a political aide to former Kentucky Secretary of…

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Lessons from Leadership Kentucky

By Scott Jennings It was an honor to graduate from the 2014 class of Leadership Kentucky, one of the oldest statewide leadership programs in the United States. The organization takes a handful of Kentuckians each year and exposes them to different parts of the state, to varying policy discussions, and forges lifelong relationships among those…

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