Immediate Release: April 11, 2017
KY) – The Greater Louisville Foundation Inc. would like to welcome a new Chair
and Vice Chair to its Board of Directors. The business leaders were
elected by the Board on April 11th, 2017.
is the CEO of Thorntons Inc. He has
served as the company’s Chief Executive Officer since 2001. In this position,
Matt is responsible for leading Kentucky’s largest privately-held corporation
which owns and operates 196 gasoline and convenience stores in Kentucky,
Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Tennessee and Florida. He will serve as GLF’s Chair
for the next year.
“Cissy” Musselman is
the Vice Chair of Risk Management Services Corp. She founded Women 4 Women, a
non-profit that advocates for the advancement of women in every aspect of
society. Musselman serves as a Director of the Louisville Regional Airport
Authority and is former Chair of the Louisville Convention and Visitors Bureau.
She will serve as GLF’s Vice Chair for the next year.
Chairman Emeritus of Frost Brown Todd, and Debbie Scoppechio, Executive
Chairman of Scoppechio, were both reappointed to a second term on the
About Greater Louisville Foundation Inc.
The Greater Louisville Foundation Inc, a
501(c)3, was formed in 1987 to identify, mobilize and fund programs to address
Louisville's greatest challenges regarding business growth, and increased
economic prosperity for all citizens in the Greater Louisville region.
The Greater Louisville Foundation supports the key community initiatives as
identified through Greater Louisville Inc.’s strategic planning process.
About Greater Louisville Inc.
Louisville Inc. - the Metro Chamber of Commerce is focused on growing the
regional economy. As the region’s largest convener of business leadership, GLI
leads economic and global outreach strategies focused on business attraction;
nurtures the entrepreneurial eco-system; and champions the development of the
community’s talent base. As the voice of Greater Louisville’s business
community, GLI advocates for a pro-business environment and facilitates
businesses engagement on issues that impact regional competitiveness. For
more information, visit www.GreaterLouisville.com.
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