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Now Accepting Applications for 2021 Class The Somerset-Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce is is now accepting applications for our 2021 Leadership Lake Cumberland program. We want you !!! Leadership Lake Cumberland brings together a selected group of people that possess a broad variety of leadership abilities, career accomplishments, and volunteer activities to gain insight into complex issues facing the region. Participants in Leadership Lake Cumberland: Get behind the scenes access to manufacturing, non-profit organizations, health care agencies, government agencies, education institutions & much more. Create new business connections from a cross-section of the community. Hear from prominent speakers such as Elected Officials, Local Law Enforcement, Judges and CEOs. The goal of the program is to provide participants with the opportunity to build relationships, serve the community, and engage with political, civic, and business leaders. Through a series of nine monthly, one-day sessions, held in various locations in the region, participants are educated about Southeast Kentucky and its many advantages as well as its challenges. They meet and talk with the region’s current leaders, and explore our communities various business sectors. Topics will include: education, health and human services, law and justice, business & technology, industry, tourism and much more. The Leadership Program is […]
SOMERSET, KY – The Somerset-Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce has announced four (4) new members to their Board of Directors. Effective January 1, 2021, Lisa, Evans, William Hunt, Ken Simmons and Donnie Slagle will lend their expertise to the policy-making body. The Chamber board is composed of individuals who represent diverse industries in Pulaski County. These business leaders assist the Chamber with its mission to help its members succeed through legislative advocacy, economic development, education, savings, networking and increased visibility “Even with COVID, our growth as an organization over the past year has been amazing,” said Bobby Clue, Somerset-Pulaski Chamber of Commerce Executive Director. “Our newly elected board members will further strengthen an already exceptional collection of business leaders who we have selected to join our Chamber board of directors.” Lisa Evans is a partner at EHA CPA’s where she is responsible for the firm’s wealth management services. Lisa is a Certified Financial Planner Professional and an Accredited Investment Fiduciary. She works with individuals, business owners and other organizations with tax advantaged investment strategies, estate tax, investment portfolio management, retirement income planning, college savings strategies and a vast array of other financial planning needs of clients and their families including […]
You’re cordially invited to attend our upcoming Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon on Tuesday, February 2nd. We are excited to host Kentucky Secretary of State, Michael Adams as our guest speaker. Michael G. Adams, a native of Paducah, is Kentucky’s 86th Secretary of State and the 77th person to serve in that role. Michael attended McCracken County public schools and was the first in his family to get a bachelor’s degree. After graduating from the University of Louisville, Michael attended Harvard Law School on low-income aid. Returning to Kentucky, Michael clerked for Chief U.S. District Judge John Heyburn, worked on Senator Mitch McConnell’s 2002 reelection campaign, and served as Deputy General Counsel to Governor Ernie Fletcher, before moving to Washington to accept an appointment as Counsel to the U.S. Deputy Attorney General in the second Bush Administration. In 2007, Michael began full-time private practice in election law, first as General Counsel to the Republican Governors Association, and later opening a national practice in the field. He has represented several national political committees, numerous national political figures, and statewide campaign efforts in all 50 states. Because of this unique election experience, in 2016 Michael was appointed to the Kentucky State Board of Elections, where he gained critical […]