CKCF welcomes Sizemore and Carter

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Central Kentucky Community Foundation announces Jamie Sizemore and Chris Carter as the newest members of its Board of Directors. The CKCF board comprises community leaders who volunteer their time and expertise to guide CKCF. The foundation serves Breckinridge, Grayson, Hardin, Hart, LaRue, Marion, Meade, Nelson and Washington counties.

“We are pleased to welcome these two outstanding business leaders to our board,” said Davette B. Swiney, CKCF president and CEO. “Our board members are committed to continually improving our region through philanthropy. Jamie and Chris bring a wealth of experience and commitment that will only further our long-lasting and positive impact on the communities we serve.”

Sizemore is publisher of The Kentucky Standard. She currently serves on the board of Feeding America of Kentucky’s Heartland and Flaget Hospital Foundation. She has also previously served on the boards of Bardstown Rotary Club, Kentucky Press Association, Tri-County Kentucky United Way and Hardin County Educational Foundation. Sizemore is a graduate of Western Kentucky University and loves canoeing, hiking, reading and snowmobiling. She and her husband, Toney have two children and reside in Hardin County.

“CKCF plays a vital role in enabling community-minded individuals the resources to easily and effectively fulfill their philanthropic desires,” Sizemore said. “It’s exciting to see what’s already accomplished and I’m honored to be a part of what lies ahead.”

Carter is a CPA and shareholder of Stiles, Carter and Associates, a CPA firm in Elizabethtown. He also serves on the board of the Hardin County Chamber of Commerce and Kentucky Society of CPAs Real Estate Committee. Carter is a graduate of the University of Kentucky, enjoys traveling and coaching and watching his children play soccer. He and his wife, Cindy, and two daughters live in Elizabethtown.

“I enjoy helping educate potential donors on the mission of CKCF and advising them on tax benefits in relation to donating funds,” said Carter. “Joining the CKCF board is a way to invest in the community for years to come, and help to improve the quality of life for the community.”

“I am excited these individuals are willing to dedicate their time and talents to our Board of Directors,” said Teri Bennett, CKCF Board chair. “They are each incredibly hardworking, bringing passion, energy and talent that will help guide CKCF for years to come.”