Kentucky Lt. Governor is Guest Speaker at FNU Luncheon
Frontier Nursing University’s Bluegrass Committee, a group of local supporters dedicated to the mission of the University, hosted a luncheon event in Lexington, Ky, on August 11th. This is an annual event where local FNU supporters and friends are invited to join together and hear about the latest news, projects and mission-focused initiatives at the University. The event was led by FNU President Dr. Susan Stone with Bluegrass Committee member Linda Roach as the mistress of ceremonies and Lindy Karns also speaking. The guest speaker for the luncheon was Kentucky Lieutenant Governor Crit Luallen.
Crit Luallen, Kentucky’s 56th Lieutenant Governor, is known as one of Kentucky’s most experienced and respected public leaders, after serving with six Governors and being elected twice to statewide office. As Lieutenant Governor, she is partnering with Gov. Steve Beshear in his ongoing efforts to build a stronger Kentucky through access to jobs, education and health care. Lt. Governor Luallen spoke about how FNU’s mission to improve healthcare for rural and underserved populations is a perfect fit with the Governor’s mission to improve healthcare for all Kentuckians. Read her full bio here.
Thank you to FNU’s Bluegrass Committee for their generous support of the University’s mission and for hosting this event! Members include: Martha Copeland, Ann Evans, Cindy Harpring, Lindy Karns, Selma Owens, Helen Rentch, Linda Roach, Vicki Tobin and Fra Vaughan