Thu, Aug 18|
Event by Luncheons4Life & Sisters For Life (Click HERE to read more)
RSVP for this free event to meet a great Kentucky leader and learn about Kentucky's pro-life movement.
Time & Location
Aug 18, 2022, 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM
Mesh Louisville, 3608 Brownsboro Rd, Louisville, KY 40207, USA
About the event
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This is not an event sponsored by WTPKY. Please contact the organizers listed in their publication below:
Angela and the SFL Team are partnering with Luncheons 4 Life! The keynote this month is former Kentucky's 57th Lieutenant Governor,
The Honorable Jenean M. Hampton Mesh Louisville, 3608 Brownsboro Road, Louisville, KY 40207
Jenean M. Hampton
Jenean M. Hampton served as Kentucky's 57th Lieutenant Governor from 2015 to 2019. She is the first African American to hold statewide office in Kentucky history.
Growing up in Detroit, Jenean knew she was blessed to live in a nation where everyone could rise from poverty. She worked full-time in the automotive industry to help pay for college, earning an Industrial Engineering degree. She served in the U.S. Air Force seven years as a computer systems officer, deploying to Saudi Arabia during Operation Desert Storm. Jenean's post-military career includes 19 years in the corrugated packaging industry, where she advanced from machine supervisor to plant manager, earning an MBA along the way.
Date Thursday, August 18, 2022 Location Mesh Louisville 3608 Brownsboro Road Louisville, KY 40207 [directions] RSVP RSVP 2 days prior, using our NEW system on the L4L website here. Schedule 11:30am-1:30pm | Networking & Lunch Questions or Concerns? Angela Minter firstname.lastname@example.org Angela and the SFL Team Partnering with Luncheons 4 Life!
Her concern for Kentucky's direction led to leadership in the Tea Party movement and an unsuccessful run for Kentucky state representative.
As Lieutenant Governor, Jenean served Kentucky far beyond constitutionally-mandated duties. Her initiatives included the Lieutenant Governor's Entrepreneurship Challenge, a business pitch competition that awarded $250,000 in scholarships to high school students. The STEM Challenge enabled middle school girls to learn first-hand about careers in science, technology, engineering and math. The Bluegrass Book Buddies program encouraged Kentuckians to read together. A longtime spaceflight enthusiast, Jenean created the Kentucky Aerospace Industry Consortium to foster networking in the aerospace and aviation industries, Kentucky’s largest export. She was also active in veterans affairs, emergency management and youth suicide prevention. During her four-year term, Jenean visited students in over 200 Kentucky schools to discuss life lessons.
Jenean is currently a member of the Kentucky Emergency Response Commission, and serves on the boards of Lindsey Wilson College, the Kentucky Veterans Hall of Fame, and the Kentucky Military Historians and Collectors Association.
Jenean embraced Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s directive to ignore skin color, a mindset that sparked many friendships, adventures and opportunities throughout her life. She is an avid reader, a licensed amateur radio operator (Extra Class), and a lifelong learner. Married 22 years to retired U.S. Air Force officer Dr. Doyle Isaak, they reside in Bowling Green, Kentucky.