Board Of Directors
Stephen C. Gault
Stephen C. Gault has served as the Chair of the Board of Directors of the Library Foundation since 2016, and has been a member of the board since 2003. Gault is the founder and president of Stephen C. Gault Co., established 1991 to offer industrial real estate brokerage and development services to the Louisville community.
He is currently a Trustee of the College of Wooster, and serves on the boards of The Morton Center, Greater Louisville Inc., the Jewish Heritage Fund for Excellence, and the University of Louisville Board of Overseers.
Bill Dunbar is the Chairman of the Board of First Kentucky Trust Company. Prior to his career with First Kentucky Trust, he was Executive Vice President and Chief Investment Officer of Commonwealth Bank & Trust Company. He has over 30 years of experience in the Trust and Investment business.
Dunbar serves on the Bellarmine University Investment Committee, the Metro United Way Investment Committee, and the Catholic Education Foundation Investment Committee. He received his bachelor’s degree in Business and Economics from DePauw University; a master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Kentucky, and is a graduate of the American Bankers Association’s National Trust School. Dunbar joined the Library Foundation board in 2008.
Lee Burchfield, Interim Director of Louisville Free Public Library, has been with the Library since 1997. His previous positions included Assistant Branch Manager, Electronic Resources Supervisor, Manager of Computer Services, and Director of Strategic Planning & Technology. He has been Assistant Director since 2016. He earned his Bachelor of Arts at Samford University, where he also worked in the computer lab, circulation department, and serials department at the University Library. He earned his Master of Science in Library and Information Science from the University of Kentucky, and earned an additional master’s degree and a Ph.D. in Historical Studies from Southern Seminary. In 2014 he completed a strategic planning certification from George Washington University and the Balanced Scorecard Institute as a Balanced Scorecard Professional. He received Six Sigma Green Belt training and certification from Louisville Metro Government. He has published several biographical and historical articles, and has been active as a presenter and panelist at library and technology conferences.
Mike Mountjoy is Chairman of Mountjoy Chilton Medley LLP. He is a University of Kentucky graduate with more than 30 years of public accounting experience dealing with corporate clients in the areas of audit, tax, business consulting, and business valuations. Under his leadership the firm has grown to become the largest Kentucky‐based accounting firm.
Mountjoy is a member and past-president of the Kentucky Society of CPAs and former member of the Board of Directors of the American Institute of CPAs. He is a former Chairman of the Louisville Chamber of Commerce and the Louisville Community Foundation. Mountjoy was listed in CPA Magazine as one of the “Top 100 Most Influential CPAs” and was named one of the “50 Most Powerful People in Louisville” by Louisville Magazine. In addition, he has received the Distinguished Service Award by Kentucky Society of CPAs and the AICPA Community Service Award. He joined the Library Foundation board in 2008.
Mike Ash is the Regional President of Fifth Third Bank Kentucky. With more than 24 years of experience in the banking industry, Mike Ash leads Fifth Third Bank Kentucky as its Regional President – covering both the Lexington and Louisville markets.
Mike has been a Fifth Third team member for nearly 13 years, including 7 years in Fifth Third’s Central Indiana Region. While in Central Indiana, Mike served as a Commercial Banking Team Lead and eventually as the Business Banking Executive. In 2010, Mike relocated to what was then known as the Central Kentucky Affiliate where he served as the Commercial Banking Executive. That same year, the two Kentucky Affiliates merged, and Mike was promoted to City President in Lexington and led the Commercial Division for the newly formed Kentucky Affiliate. In July of this year, Mike was promoted to the Regional President role for Kentucky.
Mike earned a Bachelors of Arts in Economics from Indiana University and a Masters of Business Administration in Finance from Butler University.
Monty Boyd is President and CEO of Whayne Supply Company, one of the oldest and largest Caterpillar, Inc. dealers in the U.S. Boyd serves as the President of the Kentucky Equipment Distributors, is on the Board of Directors of the Associated Equipment Distributors, Kentucky Association of Highway Contractors, Kentucky Coal Association, Kentuckians for Better Transportation, Boy Scouts, and is a member of the Louisville Rotary Club. He is an active member of the Middletown United Methodist Church. He holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Nebraska and a MBA from the University of Louisville. Boyd joined the Library Foundation board in 2006.
Florence Chang, Ph.D., is the Director of Planning and Program Evaluation for Jefferson County Public Schools (JCPS). Dr. Chang received her doctorate from the University of Louisville, and completed a post-doctoral fellowship at the University of North Carolina-Chapel in the area of early childhood education. She joined Jefferson County Public Schools in 2005 as an Evaluation Specialist and served as a researcher and evaluator on several major national evaluation studies. She left Jefferson County in 2013 and conducted education research in the United Kingdom, before returning to JCPS in 2016.
Paul Costel President, Kentucky Region, Commercial Banking Chase has worked in banking for more than 30 years including the past 20 years for JPMorgan Chase and its predecessor organizations. During the majority of this time, he was involved in advising middle market companies regarding financing their growth. He led the Louisville commercial banking team from 2000 to 2008 when he was promoted to President of the Kentucky Market. He currently acts as Managing Director leading the Kentucky Region.
Costel currently serves on the boards of Greater Louisville Inc., Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, Downtown Development Corporation and the Greater Louisville Project. He is past chair of the board for Maryhurst, Family & Children’s Place, Leadership Louisville and Actors Theatre. He formerly served on the boards of Fund for the Arts, Metro United Way of Kentucky, St. Francis School, and Second Presbyterian Church. Recently, he helped the Mayors of Louisville and Lexington with the BEAM initiative.
While a native of Louisville, Kentucky, Costel earned his undergraduate degree in economics from Davidson College. He and his wife Michelle, have two children, Paul and Jack.
Scott Davis, a Trustee of the Mildred V. Horn Foundation and the May W. Jones Foundation, is a former banker and serves as Chair of the Library Foundation’s Investment Committee. Davis also serves on investment committees of the Community Foundation of Louisville, Prichard Committee, Louisville Bar Association, National Center for Families Learning, and Kentucky Foundation for Women. He serves as Chair of the Kentucky Bar Association Investment Committee and Metro United Way. Additionally, he is on the University of Louisville Board of Overseers and the University of Louisville Alumni Board. Davis has served on the Library Foundation board since 2002.
Lisa DeJaco Crutcher is the Chief Executive Officer of Catholic Charities of Louisville, Inc. She also serves on the Board of Dare to Care and is the diocesan representative to the Boards of Boys and Girls Haven and St Joseph’s Children’s Home. She formerly served on the Board of the Friends of the Library, and her first job was as a page with the LFPL. An attorney by training, Ms. DeJaco Crutcher received her Juris Doctor from the University of Virginia School of Law and her Bachelor of Arts, summa cum laude, from Furman University.
Garrett has been with LG&E and KU more than 22 years, joining in 1995 after graduating from college. He has held various positions at the Company, including management positions in Tax, Corporate Accounting, and Financial Planning. Most recently, Garrett has served as the Director of Rates helping guide the Company's regulatory strategy. In January 2018, Garrett will assume the role of Controller providing oversight of the Company's accounting and tax matters.
Garrett is currently serving on the Saint Joseph School Board as its chair and is an active member in the parish having served as a Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) sponsor on multiple occasions.
Garrett attended Eastern Kentucky University graduating with honors and lives in Bardstown with his wide, Katie, and their three children. He is a Certified Public Accountant, member of the KYCPA and AICPA, and an Ignite Louisville Graduate.
Ed Glasscock is Chairman Emeritus of Frost Brown Todd LLC, after serving 31 years as the firm’s Managing Member. He is also co-chairman of the firm’s Mergers and Acquisitions practice and works with emerging companies on venture capital transactions. Mr. Glasscock has served as Board Chairman for Leadership Louisville, Kentucky Center for the Arts, The Bridges Coalition, Bellarmine University, Fund for the Arts, the Louisville Chamber of Commerce, and Greater Louisville, Inc. He joined the Library Foundation board in 2004.
Pam Greenwell is a corporate and real estate lawyer with Seiller Waterman LLC where she is a member of the management committee. She is a native of Cincinnati, where she received her undergraduate degree at the University of Cincinnati and received her law degree from the University of Louisville. Greenwell is the past-president and current Membership Chair of the Louisville Forum, is on the Board of Directors of the Portland Promise Center, works developing a tutoring program at Lighthouse Community Center and is active at St. Paul United Methodist Church. She joined the Library Foundation board in 2008.
Frank Harshaw is President and CEO of Harshaw Trane. He founded Harshaw Trane in 1976 with 13 associates. Today the company employs 300 associates with offices in Louisville, Bowling Green, Evansville, Ft. Knox and Lexington.
Virginia Lee is a program officer at the James Graham Brown Foundation. She has been in this role since October 2015 and previously worked as an advisor and programming director at the Owsley Brown II Family Foundation. Virginia previously had ten years of experience developing and managing Federal programs at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Virginia currently sits on the boards of the Dendri Fund and the executive committee of the Donors Forum of Kentuckiana. Virginia holds a Master of Business Administration from the University of Maryland and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Virginia.
Debra Murphy, Executive Vice President, Healthcare Operations, began her career with Trover Solutions' Sales and Marketing team in 1992 and assumed her current position in 1998. In her present role, Murphy oversees operations of Healthcare Recoveries, the division of Trover Solutions that manages subrogation and overpayments for the healthcare industry. Prior to her career with Trover, Murphy was in the private banking and commercial lending business sector.
Murphy serves on the University of Louisville Board of Overseers, the University Medical Center Board, and the Board of Actor’s Theatre. She is a native of Cincinnati, Ohio, and a graduate of Georgetown University. Murphy joined the Library Foundation board in 2005.
Melanie McCoy is a member of the Estates, Trusts and Wills practice group at Frost Brown Todd LLC. Melanie concentrates her practice on estate and gift planning for individuals and families, with a focus on business succession planning and charitable gift planning. Prior to joining the firm, she spent 10 years with a national bank trust company working in fiduciary administration and wealth planning. Melanie is a frequent speaker on a variety of trust and estate planning and administration topics.
McCoy is a member of the Louisville Bar Association and Kentucky Bar Association. She currently serves as member of the Executive Committee for the Estate Planning Council of Metro Louisville, Inc., as well as a director for Volunteers of America Kentucky. She earned her bachelor's degree from the University of Kentucky and her J.D. from the University of Kentucky College of Law. She serves as Chair of the Library Advisory Commission.
Patty Payette, PhD
Patty Payette, PhD, is the Executive Director of “Ideas to Action,” the Quality Enhancement Plan at the University of Louisville, and is Associate Director of the University’s Delphi Center for Teaching and Learning.
Payette has taught undergraduate courses at Michigan State University and University of Michigan-Flint. She serves on the Alumni Council at the Leadership Louisville Center and was the Assistant Director in the Office of Faculty and Organizational Development at Michigan State University. She holds a PhD from the Department of English at MSU, as well as a bachelor's and a master's degree in Humanities from the University of Louisville and the University of Michigan, respectively. Payette joined the Library Foundation board in 2011.
Dot Ridings is the immediate past-president of the Council on Foundations. Until her retirement from the Council in late 2005, Ridings was annually named to the list of the “Power and Influence Top 50” leaders in the nonprofit community, as selected by NonProfit Times magazine.
Before joining the Council on Foundations in 1996, Ridings was a journalist and newspaper publisher. She served as president of the League of Women Voters of the United States. She is an elder in the Presbyterian church and served 21 years as a trustee of Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, including eight years as board Chair. She has served on the boards of the Ford Foundation and the Benton Foundation, Independent Sector, and the Foundation Center. She also has served on the accrediting council for law schools of the American Bar Association (ABA) and the accrediting council for journalism schools of the Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communications (ACEJMC). Currently, she serves on the boards of the Association of Theological Schools, the University of Charleston, the Community Foundation of Louisville, and the Louisville Free Public Library Foundation, and she is a Director of the Commission on Presidential Debates.
She is a graduate of Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism and holds a Master’s degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She also holds honorary doctorates from Spalding University, the University of Charleston, and the University of Louisville. Ridings has served on the Library Foundation board since 2010.
Stuart Steinbock is Vice President of Business Development for Whip Mix Corporation. He is the Chairman of the iDent-Alloy/iDent Ceram Council and participates on the Nation Association for Dental Laboratories Business Management Committee.
At Whip Mix, Steinbock began his career in international sales and he has also served as the President of Whip Mix’s Dental Technology Solutions Division. He earned an Integrative Master's of Business Administration with a concentration in Entrepreneurship from the University of Louisville, as well as a bachelor's degree in Business Administration from the University of Cincinnati College of Business. Steinbock joined the Library Foundation board in 2013.
Tad Thomas founder of Thomas Law Offices, PLLC in Louisville, Kentucky. He formerly served as the Chair of the Library Advisory Commission and is past-president of the Friends of the Library. Thomas is a graduate of Georgetown College, in Georgetown, KY and a cum laude graduate of Salmon P. Chase College of Law at Northern Kentucky University.
Callie Wall is the Director of Personal Insurance for Sterling Thompson Company, an 80-year old local, independent insurance agency. She joined the agency in 2013 after moving back home to Louisville. Wall graduated from Sacred Heart Academy, and went on to receive a B.A. in Broadcast Journalism from Southern Methodist University, in Dallas, TX. She currently serves as Vice President on the Sacred Heart Academy Alumnae Board of Directors, and is an active member of Christ Church United Methodist. Wall joined the Library Foundation Board of Directors in 2018.
Orme "Sandy" Wilson
Orme "Sandy" Wilson is the president and owner of Gobi Corporation and former owner of Giant Graphics Inc. in Louisville and Digital Printing Inc. Additionally, he is a partner in Westfield Farm Limited Partnership in Virginia and an owner of Gramercy Farm, also in Virginia. Wilson is a director and the immediate past-president of the Filson Historical Society, and also a past-president of both the Kentucky Tennis Association and the Raise a Racquet Foundation for Kentucky Tennis. Wilson has served on the Library Foundation board since 2002.