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Ayers, Campbell named to Board of Directors for the Floyd County Chamber of Commerce Russo graduates from Leadership Floyd County

Kelli Ayers and Joe Campbell were installed as a member of the board of directors for the Floyd County Chamber of Commerce at its annual awards banquet on Tuesday, May 23 at the Wilkinson-Stumbo Convention Center at Jenny Wiley State Resort Park. 

Ayers is a senior administrative assistant in the Office of Advancement at Big Sandy Community and Technical College (BSCTC).  She has been employed at the college since 2013. 

“It’s a tremendous honor to represent the college on the board of directors of the chamber,” said Ayers. “The chamber does great work in promoting the business community throughout Floyd County.” 

Ayers earned her Associate of Applied Science degree from BSCTC in 2010.  She graduated from Morehead State University with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration in 2014 and earned her graduate degree in Leadership from Western Kentucky University in 2016. 

Campbell oversees programming and public relations at the Mountain Arts Center.  He has been employed at the college since 2006.  Campbell earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism and telecommunications from the University of Kentucky. 

“It takes all of us working together to make a difference in the community in which we call home,” he said. “I’m looking forward to working with our business leaders to make Floyd County a better place to conduct business.” 

“Kelli and Joe are valuable members of our college community,” said Dr. Alan Scheibmeir, interim president of BSCTC. “I am proud of employees like Kelli and Joe who understand the value of community service.” 

Steve Russo, director of the East Kentucky Science Center and Varia Planetarium, graduated from the Leadership Floyd County program.  Russo has been at the Science Center since 2010. 

“We’re very fortunate to have employees like Steve who are engaged in the community,” said Dr. Scheibmeir. “I commend the Floyd County Chamber of Commerce for having a leadership program for our employees to participate in.”