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Janet Steele Holloway

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Materials Development Manager, Lexmark International, Inc.Born in Caracas, Venezuela, Claudia Marin Goggin has lived in six countries, traveled to more... Read more

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Manager, Service Parts, Link-BeltAccording to Vi Brine, her work with Link-Belt Construction is in her blood. She has worked in crane construction since... Read more

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Business Development Executive, Messer Construction Co.Like many women, Mary Beth Wright is challenged to balance the demands of her career with the needs... Read more

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In the 1990s, Ginny Ramsey was doing what she calls "peace and justice work" at the Cathedral of Christ the King when Mayor Pam Miller called, asking her to bring together churches from throughout the county to develop a welfare-to-work... Read more

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As director of public relations for the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission (KHRC), Patricia "P.J." Cooksey works to keep diverse groups of people on track. She serves as liaison between the racing commission and Kentucky's horse industry,... Read more

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By Janet Steele HollowayContributing writerRenee Jackson interacts with a multitude of agencies - public, private and governmental - in her role as president/executive director of the Downtown Lexington Corporation (DLC),... Read more

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Connie Jones said she "started out young" - working, getting an education, raising a family.Right out of college, she worked at American Mutual Insurance, then Bradford National Life Insurance.She owned The Body Slimmer... Read more

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Kelli Greer-Webb loves her work as a dermatologist, and who wouldn't enjoy making women and men feel more beautiful? After medical school at the University of Kentucky, she studied dermatology at the University of Louisville and admits... Read more

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As an only child, Nawanna Barton Privett had a secret network of friends. Each night, she re-arranged her collection of 125 dolls into different groupings, convinced that after she went to sleep, the dolls came alive. She wanted them... Read more

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Shae Hopkins is absolutely clear about the requirements of leadership. "It's very important that leaders be continuous learners and that they listen, " she said. "Decisions can be so complex these days, and the pressure is on. You need... Read more

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Ellen Gregory likes change and finds her new job as vice president for marketing and communications at Midway College full of new challenges and projects. After more than 12 years at Preston-Osborne, she made the move to Midway to cut... Read more

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Kelly Welker, executive director of the Alltech Games, is enjoying every moment of her job these days."We are all working these insane hours, but the momentum doesn't lessen because we all believe so much in this event," she said.... Read more

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Born in Wuhan, China, Ying Juan Rogers has since traveled the world in her position as executive vice president for the Kentucky World Trade Center.She has led groups of coal operators to South Africa, China and Australia to investigate... Read more

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Lexington, KY - While some entrepreneurs are hunkering down, cutting expenses and trimming workforce, others are embracing the opportunities this downturn offers."2009 has been a tough go," said Michael Cox, Pieratt's... Read more

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LEXINGTON, KY - It was 30 years ago that the University of Kentucky held the first Women Writers Conference. An anniversary celebration was held on Friday, September 11, when women from across the Commonwealth and beyond... Read more

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Lexington, KY - When Gale Reece considered starting a new business, she wanted to develop one that would serve Kentucky's aging population. The need was evident: the U.S. Census Bureau in 1995 ranked Kentucky 28th among... Read more

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LEXINGTON, KY - Isle of You may be closed but you'll find pieces of the business all over town. "John's Run/Walk Shop bought several fixtures that were handcrafted for our store and other businesses have purchased some... Read more

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Lexington, KY - It was 9:30 at night, on Business Lexington's deadline day, when I finally got Shaye Rabold on the phone for this interview. Needless to say, she'd had a busy week, helping the mayor prepare for his budget... Read more

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Lexington, KY - Paige Shumate Short loves her blackberries - both the one she carries in her purse and the ones she tends in the fields. In fact, she loves the juicy blackberry so much, she lobbied in 2004 to have it... Read more

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