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Welcome to the ASCE KY Section

Dear ASCE Kentucky Section Members: 

Your Kentucky Section Officers are as follows:

Chris Keil, PE           - Past President  
Josh Johnson, PE     - President 
Andy Gilley, PE         - Vice-President 
Emily Groves, EIT      - Treasurer 
Denise Hettinger, PE - Secretary 
Colette Easter             - Newsletter Editor 

If you have any questions, concerns or comments for the KY Section, please feel free to contact any of the officers listed above. Their contact information is readily available on the contact page.  

President's Message

As President,

It is with deepest honor, appreciation, and gratitude that I am able to serve for the 2014-2015 Kentucky Section as President. It is my goal this coming year to engage with every Branch and Student Chapter within the Section as well as work to make the Section leadership more accessible and more approachable than ever before. I believe that with strong Branches and Student Chapters working hand in hand with the Section, ASCE's reach and effectiveness is limitless. I intend to increase our support of our Student Chapters, routinely encouraging Section leaders to not only attend student meetings but update them not only on what is going on around Kentucky but Nationally as well. I hope to be able to help our Student Chapters continue to improve and grow. Finally, I will encourage and support additonal outreach opportunities through E-Week activities, Younger Member events, and community service projects. It is through these objectives that I hope to continue a long legacy of great Section leadership and further better the Kentucky Section.

Thank You,

Joshua M. Johnson, PE, NREMT
President, KY Section ASCE

Please be sure to take a look at the latest newsletter (August 2015) and calendar for more information on our recent and upcoming events and happenings, branch and region 4 updates, and more.





KY ASCE Upcoming Events




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