Kaylee Carnahan Accepted into Ignite Louisville Class of Spring 2016

Kaylee Carnahan, RunSwitch Public Relations Account Director, has been accepted into the Ignite Louisville Class of Spring 2016.

Ignite Louisville prepares high-potential professionals for expanded opportunities in career and community leadership. The program is offered twice a year and consists of a seven-month, life-changing, personal and professional development experience that produces the skills, confidence, problem-solving abilities and connections essential to expanding leadership potential. Participants in the Ignite program gain hands-on experience in civic leadership and working effectively as a team, as well as heightened visibility within the community.

Kaylee is an experienced public relations and public affairs professional offering expertise in field team management, coalition building, and media planning and buying. She is a graduate of Western Kentucky University and has been an essential member of various political and public relations campaigns across the country.

“I look forward to engaging with the Leadership Louisville Center to further my leadership skills professionally and personally,” said Kaylee. “I am grateful for the opportunity to work with other leaders in Ignite Louisville- to learn from them while also making a meaningful impact in the community where we work and live.”

Kaylee currently directs multi-state public relation field programs for clients. She leads several public affairs clients and is a trusted resource and operative for clients who are handling some of today’s most important issues, both in Kentucky and nationally. Kaylee also manages media buys for RunSwitch PR clients.

RunSwitch team members who are graduates of Leadership Louisville programs include Scott Jennings (Bingham Fellows), Steve Bryant (Focus Louisville, Leadership Louisville), Gary Gerdemann (Leadership Louisville), Les Fugate (Focus Louisville, Ignite Louisville, Leadership Kentucky, Bingham Fellows), Rachel Bledsoe (Focus Louisville), Lauren Cherry (Focus Louisville), and Emily Olesh (Focus Louisville).

Posted on September 30, 2015 in News

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