Officers & Directors

President

Michael Huff

CPCU

Contact: mhuff@kemi.com

859-389-1235

Roles and Responsibilities:

  • Direct the strategic goals as set forth in the Circle of Excellence

  • Attend and preside over the Board and Chapter meetings

  • Accountable for board operations and chapter meetings

  • Represent the chapter at regional and other leadership meetings

  • Ensure that the chapter is conducted legally and ethically

  • Act as a liaison between the chapter and the society

Vice President

Erica Barnes

CPCU, SCLA, AIC

Contact: Barnese@grangeinsurance.com

859-576-8225

Roles and Responsibilities:

  • Assist the chapter president with his or her duties of managing the chapter

  • Preside over chapter meetings in the absence of the chapter president

  • Preside over board meeting in the absence of the chapter president

  • Attend all board meetings and chapter meetings

  • Assist in the coordination and attend all volunteer and social outings for the chapter

  • Assist in the coordination of speakers for the chapter meetings

  • Represent the chapter at regional and national CPCU society meetings

Secretary

Christi Hillenmeyer

CPCU, AIC, AIS, AIM

Contact: Christi_Hillenmeyer@cinfin.com

859-533-4694

The duties of the Secretary of the Chapter include the following:

  1. Record and distribute the minutes from meetings of the Board of Directors

  2. Record and maintain minutes from the Chapter meetings

  3. Provide notice of Chapter meetings via email

  4. Provide notice of announcements and special events

  5. Maintain and update email distribution list

The Secretary must attend each meeting of the Board of Directors and each Chapter meeting.

Treasurer

Matt Stephens

CPCU, ASLI, RCIP

Contact: Matt_stephens@rpsins.com

859-685-6285

Roles and Responsibilities

  1. Planning, review and approval of revenue and expenses, and for maintaining and presenting all financial records required for chapter operations in accordance with the bylaws.

  2. Contribute to the chapters financial planning/goal setting, investing, forecasting and budgeting

  3. Report on the state of finances at board and chapter

  4. Ensure maintenance and storage of all historic financial documents.