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  • Committees


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    GLI has a wide range of committees to get involved with; and we're not just looking for warm bodies! Join us to help shape the discussions in our community. 

    > ADVOCACY
    > BUSINESS 
    > EDUCATION
    > INTERNATIONAL
    > NETWORKS 


    > ADVOCACY
      

    Public Policy
    Composition: Serves business leaders who are owners, partners or CEOs  
    Mission: Directs the development of GLI's legislative agenda and provides GLI staff with a business community perspective on local, state and federal legislative issues.
    Meetings: Ongoing
    Chairperson/Company: Tierra Kavanaugh Turner, TKT & Associates
     

    Environment & Energy
    Composition: Business leaders 
    Mission: Provides guidance on environmental and energy policies and regulations
    Meetings: Ongoing  
    Chairperson/Company: Tim Hagerty, Frost Brown Todd   
     

    Economic Development Policy
    Composition: Business leaders
    Mission:  Provides guidance on policies and funding needs that impact economic and community development in the Greater Louisville region.
    Meetings: Ongoing
    Chairperson/Company: Jim Dahlem, Dahlem Company, Inc.
     

    Education Policy
    Composition: Business leaders
    Mission:  Provides guidance on policies and funding needs that impact educational attainment and institutions in Kentucky.
    Meetings: Ongoing
    Chairperson/Company: George Siemens, E.ON US.
     

    Health Care
    Composition: Business leaders
    Mission:  Provides guidance on policies that improve the health of Kentucky citizens, ensure access and affordability of health care, and support Greater Louisville's health industry.
    Meetings: Ongoing
    Chairperson/Company: Vickie Yates Brown, NUCLEUS
     

    Tax & Fiscal Policy
    Composition:  Business leaders
    Mission: Provides guidance on fiscal and tax policies impacting Kentucky businesses and workers.
    Meetings: Ongoing
    Chairperson/Company: John Chilton, Chilton & Medley; Tom Luber, Wyatt Tarrant & Combs
     

    Transportation
    Composition: Business leaders
    Mission:  Provides guidance on transportation initiatives and policies impacting highway,rail, air and water as well as Greater Louisville's logistics industry.
    Meetings: Ongoing
    Chairperson/Company: Richard Sutherland, ENTRAN

    Workplace
    Composition: Business leaders
    Mission: Provides guidance on workplace and workforce policy issues impacting Kentucky businesses.
    Meetings: Ongoing
    Chairperson/Company: Craig Siegenthaler, Fisher& Phillips

     
    > BUSINESS

    Finance Committee
    Mission: To oversee the audit, budget, financials,receivables, write- offs, investments, policies and procedures, internal controls and work with management.

    Meetings: Quarterly and as needed
    Chairperson/Company: Diane Medley, Mountjoy Chilton Medley
    Staff Person: Christy Corum, ccorum@greaterlouisville.com

     

    GLI Ambassadors
    Mission
    : Serves members in the development and growth of Greater Louisville Inc. 
    Meetings
    : Monthly 
    Chairperson/Company
    : Melissa Stewart, Schwartz Insurance Group    
    Staff Person
    : Lydia Reid, 625.0076, lreid@greaterlouisville.com
      

    Annual Campaign
    Mission: A volunteer-based membership and resource drive that gives volunteers a unique opportunity to become more engaged with GLI and the community while fine-tuning their professional development skills, building relationships and having fun.
    Meetings: Fall
    Chairperson/Company: Kent Taylor and Scott Colosi, Texas Roadhouse
    Staff Person/Phone: Lisa Young, 625.0064, Lyoung@greaterlouisville.com  

     

    > EDUCATION
      

    Degrees at Work Advisory Board
    Mission: Guiding Degrees at Work, this Board will oversee and provide approval of proposed work; provide guidance, advice, challenge and support to Degrees at Work to enable it to achieve milestones to meet the Project Objective and develop Project Products; communicate and promote Degrees at Work and monitor progress against set milestones and the Project Objective.
    Meetings:  This Board meets on a bi-monthly basis.
    [* this Board is open and can include a range of individuals representing the Greater Louisville business sector,higher education institutions and the wider community.]      
          

    Business Leaders for Education (BLE)
    Mission: The Business Leaders for Education recognizes the unique points of leverage the business community can bring to improve education attainment in our community.They are working on a three-pronged strategy to ensure 40% of working age adults hold a bachelor's degree by 2020. The 3 areas of focus are: alignment of the P-16 system, leading the employee education delivery system and communication and advocacy.
    Meetings: Quarterly
    Chairperson/Company: Dave Calzi, Ernst & Young
    [*this committee is open on a limited basis to executive level GLI members interested in educational engagement.]
     

    > INTERNATIONAL


    G.L.I.P. Advisory Council
    Composition: International and local professionals and executives, HR professionals, International Academia
    Mission: Responsible for providing guidance for the future development of G.L.I.P. with a particular focus on attracting international talent and businesses to move to Louisville.
    Meetings: Quarterly
    Staff Person: Emily Brandon 

     
    > NETWORKS

    Health Enterprise Network
    Mission: To champion and foster the growth of the region's health-related economy
    Meeting Time Frame: Quarterly
     

    Arts and Cultural Attractions Council Executive Committee
    Mission: This committee will be responsible for guiding the future of the Arts &Cultural Attractions Council and developing plans for the other committees. The committee meets bimonthly.
    Meetings: Ongoing
    Chairperson/Company: Patti Linn, Riverside, The Farnsley-Moremen Landing 
    Staff Person: Lauren Roebuck, 625.0132, lroebuck@greaterlouisville.com
     

    Arts and Cultural Attractions Council Collaboration Committee
    Mission: The purpose of the membership committee is facilitating meaningful collaboration within sectors, across sectors andacross geographies.
    Meetings: Ongoing
    Chairperson/Company: Sally Newkirk, Carnegie Center for Art & History and Mark Wourms, Bernheim Arboretum & Research Forest    

    Staff Person: Lauren Roebuck, 625.0132, lroebuck@greaterlouisville.com


    Arts and Cultural Attractions Council Education Committee

    Mission: The purpose of the education committee is to showcase ACA members' importance to the community and work in cooperation with the school system and other life-long learning outlets to enhance those opportunities. 
    Meeting Time Frame: Ongoing
    Chairperson/Company: Paul Lenzi, The Blue Apple Players and Alison Huff, Walden Theatre
    Staff Person: Lauren Roebuck, 625.0132, lroebuck@greaterlouisville.com


    Advanced Manufacturing & Logistics Network Board of Directors

    Mission: To promote business and community prosperity by creating value through world-class logistics and manufacturing with a vision of having Greater Louisville recognized as the world-class center for logistics and manufacturing.
    Meeting Time Frame: Quarterly
    Co-Chairpersons: Chuck Moore, Eagle Steel and Kerry Stemler, KM Stemler Co.
     

    Advanced Manufacturing & Logistics Network Membership & Programming Committee
    Mission
    : This committee develops programs, events and activities that are relevant to industry issues and allows for networking and the development of business relationships and membership.
    Meetings
    : Ongoing
    Chairperson/Company
    : Kevin Grove, CBRE, Louisville and Doug Clark, LINAK 
    Staff Person
    : Lauren Roebuck, 625.0132, lroebuck@greaterlouisville.com
     
     

    Advanced Manufacturing & Logistics Network Marketing Committee
    Mission
    :  This committee has developed a strategic marketing plan for the rest of the committees to work from to enable the network to reach its goal of having Greater Louisville recognized as a world-class center for logistics and to foster globally competitive manufacturing in the Greater Louisville region.
    Meetings: Ongoing
    Chairperson/Company
    : Tom Davisson, Sullivan University and Suzi Cardosi, CSX
    Staff Person
    : Lauren Roebuck, 625.0132, lroebuck@greaterlouisville.com     
     

    Advanced Manufacturing & Logistics Network Infrastructure/Advocacy Committee
    Mission
    : The role of this committee is to monitor legislation impacting the logistics and manufacturing industries and keep network members apprised of the latest developments. The committee also researches, identifies and advocates for various funding sources that can be used to enhance the region's logistics and manufacturing infrastructure and environment.
    Meetings
    : Ongoing
    Chairperson/Company
    : Mark Giuffre, UPS and Mark Shirkness, GE Appliances and Lighting
    Staff Person
    : Lauren Roebuck, 625.0132, lroebuck@greaterlouisville.com
     


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