The Young Professionals Association of Louisville (YPAL) is announcing its new Board of Directors who will begin their term July 1, 2014. The board will be led by incoming President, Jean Lee, Client and Community Relations Specialist at PNC Bank. (More about Jean Lee below).

Other members of the board are the executive committee:

David Haney, Gwin, Steinmetz & Baird – President-Elect; Rebecca Weis, Stites & Harbison – Immediate Past President; Kaci Demott, CGB AGRIfinancial Services – VP of Community; Mark Mucci, Garrett-Stotz – VP of Development; Erin Spalding, Doe-Anderson – VP of Public Relations; Andrea Newton, Humana – VP of Special Projects; Tyler Moore, Mountjoy Chilton Medley LLP – Treasurer; Tiffany Ge, Frost Brown Todd – Secretary;

And directors:

Lauren O’Connor, Northwestern Mutual – Director of Membership; Alie Faulkner, Brown Mackie College – Director of Entertainment; Aimee Jewell, Main Line Broadcasting – Director of Professional Development; Brian Massey, Strothman & Company – Director of Community Outreach; Katie Scordo, Fifth Third Bank – Director of Inclusion; Stephanie Rowe, Humana – Director of Public Issues; Chris Nation, Quantum Communications – Director of Communications; Brian Walter, Humana – Director of Recruitment and Nick McRae, McRae Technologies – Director of Technology.

About Jean Lee:

A YPAL member since 2011, Jean joined the Board of Directors as Director of Professional Development in 2012 and currently serves as YPAL President-Elect until she will take the reins as YPAL President in July.

Jean Lee is the Client and Community Relations Specialist within the Kentucky and Tennessee operations of PNC Financial Services Group, one of the nation’s largest and most dynamic financial services organizations. Jean supports the bank’s local philanthropic and community outreach, helping to coordinate and administer programs mutually beneficial to the community and to the banking organization. She serves as local market vice chairman for PNC’s “Grow Up Great” campaign, a multi-year 350 million PNC commitment to early childhood education, helping to link employees with volunteer opportunities. 

In 2013, Jean was named Top Forty Under 40 by Business First. She is a 2012 graduate of Ignite Louisville and an advisory board member for BG Magazine.

A Lexington native, Jean graduated from the University of Kentucky in 2005 and earned her Master of Business Administration degree in 2010 from Bellarmine University. Jean’s personal interests include time with family and friends, traveling and following University of Kentucky athletics.