Hart County Chamber Hires Kaylie Butler as New Executive Director
Hart County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors has named Kaylie Butler as its new Executive Director. Butler will officially begin her new role on December 15. “We are excited and looking forward to working with the new executive director as we move our chamber forward to a more progressive approach,” shares Chamber President Fran Bowsher.
Butler is a native of Hart County and holds BA degrees in Communication and History from Lindsey Wilson College. Following graduation from college, she began working toward a MA in Communication at the University of Kentucky. During her MA program, Butler has been active in research and teaching undergraduate students. She says, “I am excited to return to Hart County and put my education and communication expertise to use for the betterment of our community.”
She went on to add, “Hart County is home. It is the place, the people, and the community that I love. I am so honored to have the opportunity to help the community that raised me. Through bridging gaps in business practices, support, and resources, I hope to continue paving a path of success for the future generations of Hart County.”
Butler explains that the Board is grateful to Office Assistant Frankie Montgomery and past Director Hope Hawkins for all the extra help they’ve given during this transition period. She adds that she looks forward to formally introducing herself at future events and encourages the public to stop by the Chamber and say hello.