Non-Profit

Donald E. Lassere

President & CEO, Muhammad Ali Center

Interviewed: 11-20-2016

Conrad Bachmann

Founder, Lou. Intl. Film Festival & Hollywood actor

Interviewed: 10-14-2016

When Nina Moseley talks about her work helping those in poverty, her eyes light up with hope and her enthusiasm fills the room.

Nina Moseley

Chief Operating Officer​, Wayside Christian Mission

Interviewed: 04-01-2016

Rebecca Eaves saves and protects animals suffering from abuse and neglect.

Rebecca Eaves

President, The Arrow Fund (Animal Welfare Organization)

Interviewed: 04-01-2016

Driven by conscience and seeing challenges as possibilities drive Jackie Ford as she leads the Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana.

Jackie Ford

CEO, Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana

Interviewed: 10-23-2015

Emily Cleveland has a passion for helping children see past disability through friendship.

Emily Cleveland​

Kentucky State Director, Best Buddies International

Interviewed: 10-23-2015

Karen Morrison sees her job as president and CEO of Gilda’s Club as winning the job lottery.

Pam Darnall focuses her professional life on helping children and families facing abuse and violence.

Pam Darnall

President and CEO, Family & Children’s Place

Interviewed: 01-30-2015

A commitment to environmental responsibility as a principle of her faith powers everything Heather Warman does.

Jennifer Adrio desires to do meaningful work and make a positive impact on her community.

Mark Hogg seeks to end the global water crisis.

Mark Hogg

Waterstep Founder & CEO (Formerly EDGE Outreach)

Interviewed: 10-11-2013

The mantra “You are pure potential,” from his improv mentor, Dr. Martin de Maat, motivates Chris Hartman in his work against discrimination.

Chris Hartman

Founder & Director of the Fairness Campaign

Interviewed: 04-12-2013

Troy Burden taps his inner drive to help others as the executive director of Highlands Community Ministries.

Troy D. Burden

Executive Director, Highland Community Ministries

Interviewed: 12-07-2012

Driven by the opportunity to make a difference, DeeAnna Esslinger leads the local chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association.

Deeanna Esslinger

Senior VP of Greater Kentucky & Southern Indiana Alzheimer’s Association

Interviewed: 12-02-2011

Lora Tucker loves leadership responsibility – and making a difference – and has used that love from childhood through her military career and as CEO of the Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana.

Lora Tucker

Past CEO, Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana

Interviewed: 12-02-2011

Ramona Johnson is driven by the desire to help those with mental illness.

A Louisville native and self-proclaimed life-long student, Dan Jones has a vision for the future Louisville landscape. And his vision is coming to life.

Driven by a desire to give back drives Cathe Dykstra to lead the Family Scholar House and help families thrive.

Dr. Wayne Creighton prides himself in helping those trapped in addiction regain hope and reclaim their lives.

Dr. Wayne Creighton

President & CEO, Interlink Counseling Services

Interviewed: 08-08-2008

Denise Vasquez Troutman is passionate about her work and believes there is still so much to do.

Denise Vasquez Troutman

Past President & CEO, Center for Women & Families (2006-2011)

Interviewed: 12-05-2007

Terry Blackwell has devoted her life to helping people realize their potential and inner abilities.

Brian Quail is passionate about the work and mission of the American Red Cross.

Brian Quail

Past CEO, Louisville Area Chapter of the American Red Cross (2003-2009)

Interviewed: 12-05-2007

Ben Richmond fills a responsibility to steward his parent’s work in the civil rights movement and to further the principles and values taught by Dr. Martin Luther King.