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Held each fall, the annual Governor’s Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO), Diversity and Leadership Conference is one of the longest running conferences of its kind anywhere in the country. It has grown to promote and celebrate the diversity represented among employees and people of the Commonwealth, in addition to offering programming that focuses on equal employment opportunity, leadership development, contract compliance and human resources development, and other best practices in an informative and interactive way via keynote addresses, conference workshops and breakout sessions.

New this year, we are excited to once again expand the size and scope of this event. This year’s conference will emphasize the intersection of leadership, diversity, inclusion and equal opportunity for all. It will include sessions for any and every one, regardless of professional role. Sessions and speakers have been programmed to emphasize and provide information, and best practices in areas of leadership, management and other relevant areas of professional development, in addition to the bedrock principles of diversity and inclusion. The 2018 EEO, Diversity and Leadership Conference will focus on the ways all of these principles work together for the ultimate benefit of all people of the Commonwealth, regardless of personal or professional background. All are welcome.

We are very excited to be among the first handful of events to be held in the newly renovated, state of the art Kentucky International Convention Center in downtown Louisville, Kentucky. To view pictures of the NEW Kentucky International Convention Center, please click here.


The diversity of those represented, including the racial and geographic backgrounds, and the variety of companies, local and state agencies, job functions and experience represented is what makes this conference so unique and engaging.

Generally, attendees will include:

            • Local and state government employees (HR, EEO, various others from all branches of government)
            • Attorneys
            • Students
            • Mental Health, Human Resources and other practitioners
            • Members of the public, representatives of private sector employers and many others!


            • Expanded conference schedule (2 days, including pre-conference workshop sessions)
            • Dynamic, engaging and challenging speakers and presenters
            • Dedicated programming in ‘tracks’ or areas of interest including: Diversity/EEO, Leadership/Management and Law
            • World class, newly renovated facilities
            • HRCI (SHRM, IPMA), Mental Health and Continuing Legal Education (CLE) professional development credits will be offered for those in attendance
                  • Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit will be applied for
                  • Programming is eligible for HRCI professional development credit for Human Resources professionals
                  • Mental Health credits are available
                  • All state government attendees will receive training and development credits on their training transcripts through Commonwealth University!
            • Networking opportunities with diverse attendees from a variety of professional backgrounds in both public and private sector employment


Day One (October 24, 2018)

Neeli Bendapudi, University of Louisville

Neeli Bendapudi is the 18th President of the University of Louisville. The university's Board of Trustees selected her in April, 2018, after a nationwide search. Prior to her move to Louisville, Bendapudi was provost and executive vice chancellor at the University of Kansas. At KU she was lauded as a skilled collaborator, fundraiser, faculty advocate and for her affable personality—telling people to “just call me Neeli.” President Bendapudi has a Ph.D. in marketing from the University of Kansas and teaching experience at The Ohio State University and Texas A&M University. In 2011, she returned to KU to become the School of Business dean and H.D. Price Professor of Business. In 2016, she was promoted to provost and executive vice chancellor. An expert in the study of consumer behavior in service contexts, Bendapudi’s research deals with a customers' willingness and ability to maintain long-term relationships with firms and with the brands and employees that represent them. Her work has been widely published and featured in popular media outlets. Previously, she served as chief customer officer of the Huntington National Bank. She sits on the Board of Directors of the publicly held Lancaster Colony Corporation and has served on various private, public and non-for-profit company boards including Fred’s, Sheetz, Freightquote and including MRIGlobal, an independent research institute. President Bendapudi and her husband, Venkat, were born and raised in India, in the city of Vizag, state of Andhra Pradesh. She earned her undergraduate and master’s degrees there before coming to the U.S. to complete her doctorate.

Stacey Church, Kentucky International Convention Center

Stacey Church, a native of Elkhart, IN, graduated from the University of Kentucky with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and has spent the last 10+ years as a venue management professional. She began her career with Spectra Venue Management as Director of Finance in South Bend, IN at the Century Center and then in Springfield, MA at the MassMutual Center in both the Assistant General Manager and General Manager capacities. She also previously worked as the Assistant Director of the Fort Worth Convention Center and Will Rogers Memorial Center in Fort Worth, TX. She currently serves as General Manager of the Kentucky International Convention Center in Louisville, KY.  Stacey is a graduate of IAVM’s Venue Management School at Oglebay and is currently working towards her Certified Venue Executive (CVE) designation. Prior to her career in venue management, Stacey spent time in the nonprofit sector. Stacey currently lives in Louisville, KY with her husband Nate and their two children, Jackson (14) and Reese (11).

Ryan Quarles, KY Department of Agriculture

Ryan Quarles was elected Kentucky’s Commissioner of Agriculture in 2015. Under his leadership, the Kentucky Department of Agriculture (KDA) started several new programs, including initiatives to combat hunger and connect Kentucky farmers to new markets.
As a result of his Kentucky Hunger Initiative, Kentucky now has the strongest food donation immunity law in the country, and more Kentuckians are talking about the chronic problem of food insecurity than ever before. His leadership on international trade issues saw the resumption of live equine exports to China, a decision that benefits all sectors of Kentucky’s agricultural economy from horse breeders to feed producers. Under his direction, the KDA continues to look for more opportunities for Kentucky farmers to grow domestic and international markets.
While Commissioner, he has also supported the expansion of Kentucky’s diverse agricultural portfolio to include industrial hemp, kenaf, and hops. On the national level, Commissioner Quarles serves as Secretary-Treasurer of the National Association of State Departments of Agriculture (NASDA) and as Chairman of the Republican Agriculture Commissioners Committee (RACC).
Prior to serving as Commissioner of Agriculture, Quarles represented Scott, Owen, and Fayette counties for three terms in the General Assembly, where he was an outspoken advocate for agricultural issues affecting Kentucky families.
In 2006, Quarles graduated from the University of Kentucky with three undergraduate majors and two graduate degrees. In 2008, he was awarded a full scholarship to Harvard University, where he studied higher education, government, and law. After graduating with a Master’s degree in higher education, he returned home to finish his last year of law school at the University of Kentucky. In 2018, he graduated from Vanderbilt University with his doctorate in higher education.
Ryan grew up on his family's farm in Scott County, coming from a family that has lived in central Kentucky for over 200 years. At the age of 34, Commissioner Quarles is the youngest statewide elected official in the country.

Day Two (October 25, 2018)

32nd Annual Governor’s EEO, Diversity and Leadership Conference Luncheon Keynote Address

James Fripp, Senior Director, Global Diversity and Inclusion, Yum! Brands, Inc.

James Fripp is Senior Director of Global Diversity and Inclusion for Yum! Brands, Inc., (NYSE: YUM), one of the world’s leading restaurant companies with over 43,500 KFC, Pizza Hut and Taco Bell restaurants with over 1.5 million employees in more than 135 countries and territories. Since our spin-off from PepsiCo in 1997, Yum! Brands has become a truly global company going from approximately 20 percent of profits from outside the U.S. to approximately 50 percent in 2016. We’re also very proud to have been named one of the Aon Hewitt Top Companies for Leaders in North America.
James is responsible for leading Yum! Brands’ diversity and inclusion strategies for community relations, corporate culture, workforce, minority and women's business development and the multicultural marketplace. He works with the Company’s businesses around the globe to leverage diversity initiatives in order to strengthen the recruitment and retention of top talent and expand franchise and supplier opportunities. His position reinforces Yum!’s commitment to create a workplace culture that actively seeks diversity in others to expand the Company’s thinking and reflect the changing demographics of customers worldwide.
Prior to assuming his current role in early 2011, James spent 15 years in various leadership roles in the Company’s Human Resources department, of which his role prior to his current assignment was as the National Field Human Resources Director for the Taco Bell Brand. He also spent 15 years in restaurant operations. James holds a Degree in Business Management and is a certified Unconscious Bias facilitator.
James has served as a mentor as part of the Black Achiever’s Program and as President of the Board of Education for St. Mary’s Catholic School. He has also served as a member of the Kansas State University Marketing and International Advisory Committee, as well as the University of Missouri at Columbia Hotel Restaurant Management Advisory Committee.
Currently James is the Chair of the TDN2K Advisory Board, the Chair of the Conference Boards Global Chief Diversity Officers Council, Chair of the Consortium for Graduate Study’s in Management Advisory Board, and is a Board member of the Multi-Cultural Foodservice and Hospitality Alliance. He and his wife have 3 young men and reside in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.

Jenean Hampton, Lt. Governor, Commonwealth of Kentucky

In 2015, Jenean Hampton was elected as Lieutenant Governor on a ticket with Governor Matt Bevin. A Detroit native, Lieutenant Governor Hampton holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree in industrial engineering and a Master’s degree in Business Administration. She served in the United States Air Force for 7 years and was deployed to Saudi Arabia during Operation Desert Storm. Her 25 year manufacturing career includes the automotive and corrugated packaging industries.
The Lieutenant Governor currently focuses on the areas of Entrepreneurship, Education, Emergency preparedness, and being an Example. She created the Lieutenant Governor’s Challenge Series, which includes the Entrepreneurship Challenge for high school students, the STEM Challenge for middle school girls, and the Bluegrass Book Buddies Challenge for readers of all ages.
Lieutenant Governor Hampton also created the Kentucky Aerospace Industry Consortium to foster collaboration and networking in the aerospace and aviation industries, Kentucky’s largest export. She is a member of the Kentucky Veterans Hall of Fame, actively addressing the needs of both veterans and those in the military in our Commonwealth.
Lt. Governor Hampton is married to retired Air Force Surgeon Dr. Doyle Isaak. They reside in Bowling Green with her 91-year-old mother Marie.

M. Christopher Brown II, Kentucky State University

M. Christopher Brown II is the 18th president of Kentucky State University and founder of the Atwood Institute on Race, Education, and the Democratic Ideal. A native of Charleston, South Carolina, Brown earned a Bachelor of Science degree in elementary education from South Carolina State University, a Master of Science in education policy and evaluation from the University of Kentucky, and a Doctor of Philosophy in higher education from the Pennsylvania State University.
Dr. Brown was named professor and dean of the College of Education at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas before being appointed a university professor, executive vice president and provost at the historic Fisk University. He also served as the 18th president of the nation’s first historically black land-grant institution – Alcorn State University – in Lorman, Mississippi, and as the inaugural executive vice president and provost of the Southern University and A & M College System in Louisiana.
Dr. Brown’s Alcorn presidency reinvigorated one of most important public college campuses in America. Under his leadership, the university experienced record enrollment growing to over 4000 students for the first time in its 140 plus year history. In 2012, Alcorn State University received the highly coveted HBCU of the Year Award, and in 2013, Dr. Brown was named Male HBCU President of the Year – both from the National Center for HBCU Media Advocacy.
Dr. Brown has been the recipient of a multitude of distinguished awards including the 2001 Association for the Study of Higher Education’s Promising Scholar/Early Career Award, the 2002 AERA Committee on Scholars of Color Early Career Contribution Award and the Excellence 2013 Distinguished Service Award to name a few. A former member of the South Carolina State University Board of Trustees, Dr. Brown is a member of the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated, the 100 Black Men of America, Rotary International, a 33rd degree Free and Accepted Mason Prince Hall Affiliation, and an ordained Baptist minister. He is married to the former Adrienne Joyce Allen of Canton, Mississippi. Mrs. Brown is a middle school teacher.

Dawne Gee, WAVE-TV News

Dawne Gee joined WAVE-TV News in August 1994 and anchors WAVE-TV News at 5:30, 7 and 7:30 p.m. She also hosts WAVE-TV Country with Dawne Gee. The 30-minute program, which airs weekdays at 12 p.m., profiles people making a difference in our community and highlights events of interest happening in the area. It also features local restaurants, fashions, current events, authors and newsmakers.
As a WAVE-TV News personality, Dawne hosted WAVE-TV Listens for four years. Dawne also has distinguished herself with the production of the WAVE-TV Step Awards which aired its first live broadcast in February 1997.
Dawne is active in the community, serving on the Brain Injury Association of Kentucky Board. She also is an alumna of the University of Louisville. As a native of Louisville, Dawne holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in communications and a Bachelor of Arts degree in biology, both from the University of Louisville. She has two sons, Eric and Alexander, and a daughter, Brittney.

Heather Howell, Brown-Forman

Heather Howell is Brown Forman’s Director of New Product Development in the United States and Canada. Howell developed the Emerging Brands Department within Brown Forman and is also the Brand Director of Coopers’ Craft Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey, Brown Forman’s first new bourbon released in over twenty years. In this role, she is responsible for innovating new to world brands, while driving growth across the premium global whiskey portfolio.
Howell joined Brown-Forman in May from Rooibee Red Tea, where she served as Chief Tea Officer, CEO, and board member since 2010, helping take an organic tea brand from local farmers’ markets to the national stage. She has been recognized numerous times on a local, regional, and national scale, including Ernst & Young’s 2013 E.D.G.E. award, naming her as an emerging entrepreneur delivering, growing, and executing new and innovative products and services. Business First of Louisville honored Howell with the 2014 Enterprising Woman to Watch award and named her a 2013 finalist for the Business Leader of the Year award, recognizing her leadership and impact of Rooibee Red Tea’s success on the community.
Previously, Howell gained a wealth of HR experience serving in roles as Human Resources Manager, Diversity and Talent Outreach for Humana and as Vice President, U.S. Operations with Trillium Talent Resource. Howell holds a Master of Business Administration degree, Executive Program, from Bellarmine University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in communications and human resources from Eastern Kentucky University where she played Division I volleyball on a full athletic scholarship. She is President Emeritus of the National Association of Women MBAs and serves on the board of Republic Bank and the Greater Louisville Project.

Jim Host, Host Communications

Jim Host was the founder of Host Communications, a College Sports Marketing and Association Management Company, which began in 1972.Growing up in Ashland, Kentucky; he obtained one of the first two full Baseball Scholarships given by the University of Kentucky (UK) in 1955. During his time at UK, he started doing play by play of college and high school sports and created the Kentucky Central UK Network. He graduated with an AB Degree in Radio Arts and played one year of Pro Baseball with the Chicago White Sox as a pitcher before injuring his arm, which forced his retirement from the game.
In 1967, Host became the youngest Cabinet officer for Governor Louie Nunn. He was Commissioner of Public Information and Tourism. He became Commissioner of Parks and the founding Chairman of the Kentucky Horse Park Commission in 1969. He became the oldest Cabinet Officer for Governor Ernie Fletcher in 2003 as Secretary of Commerce after retiring from Host Communications. In January of 1972, what became Host Communications was begun as Jim Host and Associates. His first client was the Lexington Tourist and Convention Commission. This led to the formation of the Lexington Center Corporation, which built Rupp Arena. He served both groups as their first Executive Director.
In 1974, Jim Host and Associates acquired the radio rights to UK Sports, which led to the NCAA radio network rights in 1975. In 1998, Host had the distinct pleasure of creating the NCAA Football logo; a pennant shaped logo to promote the college football game as an alternative to the NFL logo. He retired as CEO of Host Communications in 2003, and became Secretary of Commerce for Kentucky, until November of 2005. He then became Chairman of the Louisville Arena Authority, which built the KFC YUM Center, serving until 2012. When the Arena was dedicated on October 10, 2010, the 14,000 square foot lobby was named Host Hall in his honor. Host is a member of both the UK Alumni Association Hall of Distinguished Alumni and the UK Athletics Hall of Fame. He has also been honored with a number of Regional and National awards including being inducted in the National College Basketball Hall of Fame, as well as the National Tourism Hall of Fame. He is presently serving as a member of the Executive Committee of SOAR. He is married to Patricia Quantrell Host and lives in Lexington. Both have two children and together have eight grandchildren.

Maria D. Hughes, Humana

Maria Hughes is Humana’s Chief Inclusion and Diversity Officer. She is responsible for setting the strategic direction, partnering with senior leaders throughout the organization to determine priorities, and implementing programs that position Humana as a leader in inclusion and diversity.
Maria previously served as the Vice President of Enterprise Shared Business Solutions; that included overseeing internal consulting, training, workforce management, and customer complaint operations across Humana. She played a leading role in the organization’s development of systems and processes that enable consumer experience transformation, including launching a Service Customer Relationship Management (CRM) platform to over 10,000 front-line associates. Maria also served as the Director, Enterprise Consulting Group, as well as the Director of Regulatory Implementation and Performance Management for the Medicare Division. Prior to joining Humana, Maria spent 16 years with Ford Motor Credit Corporation in Dearborn, MI, where she held a variety of Operations and Sales leadership positions.
In 2016, she was inducted into the SIU College of Business Alumni Hall of Fame. She also serves on the board of Kentucky Chamber of Commerce and the Center for Women and Families, which supports individuals, families and communities affected by intimate partner violence. Maria earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business from Southern Illinois University, a Master of Science degree from Central Michigan University, and a Six Sigma Black Belt certification from Ford Motor Company.

Wayne M. Lewis, KY Department of Education

On April 17, 2018, the Kentucky Board of Education named Dr. Wayne D. Lewis Jr., the interim commissioner of education. Lewis is a University of Kentucky professor and most recently served as the executive director of educational programs with the Kentucky Cabinet for Education and Workforce Development. He has taken a leave of absence from UK and resigned his position with the Cabinet to serve as interim commissioner.
Lewis has more than 15 years of experience in public education, serving professionally in public school districts, higher education institutions and state government. He has served as an advisor to the Kentucky Board of Education, the Education & Workforce Secretary’s Designee on Kentucky’s Early Childhood Advisory Council (ECAC) and chair of Kentucky’s Charter Schools Advisory Council. His research, writing and teaching encompass the areas of education policy and politics, human capital and human resources management in education organizations.
Dr. Lewis completed an undergraduate degree in Criminal Justice at Loyola University New Orleans. He earned a master’s degree in Urban Studies with a concentration in Public Administration at The University of Akron, and a Ph.D. in Educational Research and Policy Analysis with a cognate in Public Administration at North Carolina State University. He serves on the ministerial team at Wesley United Methodist Church in Lexington and is a member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. Dr. Lewis is a native of New Orleans, LA, and has called Kentucky his home since 2009. He is married to an educator and has a young daughter.

(information will be updated as confirmations are made)

Matt Barszcz, Associate, Dinsmore and Shohl;
Tony Belak, 4Civility Institute
Neeli Bendapudi, Ph.D., President, University of Louisville
Lesley Bilby, Deputy Secretary, KY Personnel Cabinet
M. Christopher Brown, Ph.D., President, Kentucky State University
Singer Buchanan, State EEO Coordinator
Elizabeth Caywood, Deputy Commissioner, KY Cabinet for Health and Family Services, Department for Community Based Services
Stacey Church, Kentucky International Convention Center
Eric Clark, Commissioner, KY Cabinet for Health and Family Services, Department for Community Based Services
Amanda Cloyd, Kentucky State Police, KY Justice and Public Safety Cabinet
Al Cornish, System Vice President, Learning and Organizational Development, Chief Learning Officer, Norton Healthcare
Zack Culver, Kentucky Personnel Cabinet, Kentucky Employee Assistance Program
J.R. Curtin, 4Civility Institute
James Fripp, Senior Director, Global Diversity and Inclusion, Yum! Brands, Inc.
Kathryn Gabhart, Executive Director, Executive Branch Ethics Commission
Matthew Hall, Deputy Commissioner, Dept. of Employee Insurance, KY Personnel Cabinet
Jenean Hampton, Lt. Governor, Commonwealth of Kentucky
Michael Hornback, Littler Mendelson
Jim Host, Founder, Host Communications/Former Secretary, Kentucky Commerce Cabinet
Heather Howell, Director of Emerging Brands, Brown Forman
Maria Hughes, Vice President and Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer, Humana
Carmine Iaccarino, Public Protection Cabinet
Van Ingram, Executive Director, Kentucky Justice and Public Safety Cabinet, Office of Drug Control Policy
Jay Inman, Attorney at Law, Littler Mendelson P.C.
Cynthia Knapek, President, Leadership Louisville Center
Sarah Laren, Littler Mendelson
Tanya Lawrence, Asst. Director of Human Resources, KY Personnel Cabinet
Wayne Lewis, Interim Commissioner, Kentucky Department of Education
Demetria Miles-McDonald, Founder, Decide Diversity
Ryan F. Quarles, Commissioner, Kentucky Department of Agriculture
Vanessa Rogers, Associate, Dinsmore and Shohl
Courtney Samford, Attorney, Tarrant and Combs
Donna Shelton, Kentucky Personnel Cabinet, State ADA Coordinator
Mark Sipek, Executive Director, Kentucky Personnel Board
Asa James Swan, Chief of Staff, Kentucky Transportation Cabinet
Robert Swisher, Commissioner, KY Department of Workers Claims
Carol Taylor-Shim, CTS Training and Consulting, LLC
Justin Walker, J.D., University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law
Marietta Watts, University of Kentucky Office for Institutional Diversity
Tammy Lou Wright, Department of Corrections, KY Justice and Public Safety Cabinet

(invited) Matt Bevin, Governor, Commonwealth of Kentucky


View our At-a-Glance schedule.

View the Workshop session schedule.

We are pleased to offer three (3) separate pre-conference workshops (at no additional cost) prior to the formal conference opening session. These sessions are intended to offer those who attend the opportunity for more in-depth, interactive and hands on professional development from subject matter experts in areas of leadership, diversity awareness and workplace investigations. Registration for these sessions is on a first come-first served basis as seating is very limited.

The following 2-hour pre-conference workshops begin at 10am on October 24, 2018:
Option 1: Unconscious Bias: It’s Bad for Everybody
Option 2: Conducting Workplace Investigations
Option 3: Developing Your Leadership Plan

View the Pre-Conference Workshops description.

All eligible participants will be awarded HRCI, Continuing Legal Education (CLE), Mental Health, Mediation Training, or other applicable credits to be awarded based on the session(s) attended.

HRCI and CLE credit have been applied for.

Registration is now open!  Click HERE to register!

Advance Registration is REQUIRED.

Cost (includes continental breakfast & lunch on Day 2):

Early Bird Registration (through September 15, 2018):
State Government/Non Profits: $100
Others: $125

Regular Registration (through October 17, 2018):
State Government/Non Profits: $125
Others: $150

NOTE: REGISTER EARLY! All conference registration must be completed online by October 17th. There will be NO ON-SITE REGISTRATIONS.


For State Government Employees:
EMARS: Please include your EMARS billing information in your registration. Your billing information will be processed by the Kentucky Personnel Cabinet.

All Other Registrants:
Check or Credit/Debit Card.  Please make check payable to “KENTUCKY STATE TREASURER."  Include EEO Conference and the registrants name in the memo line.

Checks should be sent to:

Office of Diversity, Equality, and Training
Kentucky Personnel Cabinet
501 High Street, 1st Floor
Frankfort, KY 40601

For those using a credit or debit card, a 2.95% processing fee will be added to the total registration costs.

Registration Cancellations/Substitutions:

Registration Cancellations or Substitutions must be requested prior to 1:00 PM (EST), Wednesday, October 17th. The full conference fee will be assessed to all registrants after that time.

The Galt House Hotel will serve as the official conference hotel for the 32nd Annual Governor’s EEO, Diversity and Leadership Conference. Please use the following link to book or modify your reservation Conference Hotel

Note: Be sure to use only the link above to make your reservation in order to receive the group discounted rate. This rate will not be honored or available through the hotel website.

In addition to the Galt House Hotel, there are several other lodging options in downtown Louisville, many within walking distance to the International Convention Center, as well as a variety of other hotels located farther from the facility.

A limited number of parking spaces will be available at the following garages associated with the Kentucky International Convention Center:

Commonwealth Garage (aka Hyatt Garage, entrance at Jefferson and 3rd Street)
320 W. Jefferson St.
Louisville, KY 40202

Cowger Garage (entrance off both 4th and Market Streets)
107 S. 4th St
Louisville, KY 40202

If you park in either of these two garages, please bring your ticket into the venue with you. You will then be provided with a validation sticker that will allow you to exit the garage free of charge.

Note: Validated parking is not guaranteed. In the event that the conference affiliated garages are full, there are several parking garages located in close proximity to the Convention Center. However, validated parking stickers will only be provided for those parking in the Commonwealth (Hyatt) and Cowger garages.


Be sure to download the Kentucky Personnel Cabinet Mobile app to ensure you receive the latest 2018 EEO, Diversity and Leadership Conference Information!

Available for download in the Apple App Store or in the Google Play store. Just search for “Kentucky Personnel Cabinet”

A limited number of printed materials will be provided, making the mobile app THE place for workshop materials, presentations and evaluations!

More information:

If you have any additional questions regarding the 32nd annual EEO, Diversity, and Leadership Conference, please contact the Office of Diversity, Equality, and Training at 502.564.8000. You can also email Colene Elridge at ColeneH.Elridge@ky.gov or Singer Buchanan at Singer.Buchanan@ky.gov.