Executive Committee 2017-18

During the 2016 KATH Business Meeting, Megan Mummey presented for nomination the slate for a new Executive Committee to serve in 2016-17. The slate was approved by the KATH membership present by voice acclamation. Note: Names marked with * are those Executive Committee Members continuing into their second (and/or last) year of service as per the KATH constitution.

Howard Muncy, High School American History Teacher
Jackson County High School, McKee; 606-287-7155 x2204
Howard Muncy
* Brent E. Taylor, History Instructor
Western Kentucky Community & Technical College, Paducah; 270-534-3270
Brent Taylor, WKCTC
Dr. Pattie Dillon, Professor of History
Spalding University, Louisville; 502-873-4428
Pattie Dillon
Community College Representative
Dr. Robin West, Assistant Professor of History
Madisonville Community & Technical College, Madisonville; 270-824-8619
Robin West
Public/Comprehensive University Representative
Dr. William Mulligan, Jr.,
Murray State University, Murray; 270-809-6571
Bill Mulligan
Private/Independent Universities Representative
Dr. Jodie N. Mader, Associate Professor of History
Thomas More College, Crestview Hills; 859-341-5800
Jodie Mader
Research University Representative
Dr. Ashley Sorrell, Faculty Instructional Consultant
University of Kentucky, Lexington; 859-257-4011
 Ashley Sorrell
Public Historian
Librarian/Archivist Representative
* Heidi Taylor-Caudill, Director of Archives
Catholic Diocese of Owensboro
600 Locust Street, Owensboro; 270-683-1545 x333
 Heidi Taylor-Caudill
K-12 Representatives

* Crystal Culp, instructor
McCracken Regional Juvenile Detention Facility, Paducah


Jarrett Nantz
Paducah Tilghman High School, Paducah; 270-444-5600

Crystal Culp, KATH Board Member

Jarrett Nantz

At-Large Representative
James Caudill, Middle School Teacher
McLean County Middle School, Calhoun; 270-273-5257
James Caudill

Additional appointments to serve as members of the KATH Board:

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