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Louisville Metro Councilwoman Jessica Green

Councilwoman Green serves District 1 located in west Louisville. She is currently on the following committees: Committee of the Whole, Committee on Committees, Government Oversight, Adult and Ethics Committee, Health and Education Committee, Metro Council and Public Safety Committee. [read more]

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Louisville metro councilwoman Keisha Dorsey

Councilwoman Keisha Dorsey is a millennial native Louisvillian living in the Shively area, who grew up in Portland and moved to the North Shively/West Louisville area when she was 8. Keisha Dorsey was elected as councilwoman for District 3, on November 2018 and took office on January 7th, 2018. She represents six neighborhoods: Algonquin, California, Hallmark, Park Duvalle, Parkland, Park Hill, and the City of Shively. As a Louisville native she has served her community in a variety of ways through the years; including on educational, health advisory, and community development boards. In 2019, she serves as Chair of the Metro Council's Health and Education Committee. She is also a member of the Economic Development and Labor, Budget and Planning and Zoning Committees. She holds an undergraduate degree in Biological Studies from Oakwood College, an HBCU and attended the University of Louisville for her Masters in Public Health. During her time at the University of Louisville she specialized in the field of Healthcare Administration and spent her collegiate summers at the Louisville Metro Department of Health and Wellness as an Environmental Specialist to Norton Healthcare. Councilwoman Dorsey has led a variety of community health and wellness endeavors, most notably the Healthy Equity Summit and Louisville Men’s Health Event. Keisha Dorsey comes from a background of Healthcare Administration used her time in corporate culture to refine leadership skills and establish collaborative networks. Councilwoman Keisha Dorsey is skilled at identifying and removing obstacles, while executing quality improvement and excellent cost reduction strategies. She understands the use of creativity and the value of a hands-on approach and will use her experience to bring innovative ideas for District 3. Councilwoman Dorsey’s goal is to empower, engage, and ignite the residents of District 3. [read more]

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Louwee-G, Inc

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Maupin Elementary School

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Central High School

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Wibby's Foundation Inc

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Metro Councilman David James

David James is a native of Louisville who is dedicated to community service, public safety, and public service. In 2019, he was re-elected to serve as President of the Metro Council. He has served two terms as Majority Leader, a position that elevated him to President Pro Tem of the Metro Council and the Chair of the 17 member Democratic Caucus. As President, he is Chair of the Metro Council’s Committee of the Whole and Committee on Committees. He is also an ex officio member of all the Metro Council’s Standing Committees. He was elected on November 2, 2010 to serve as Councilman of the Metro Council’s Sixth District representing the neighborhoods of Algonquin, California, Limerick, Old Louisville, Park Hill, Russell, St. Joseph, Shelby Park, Smoketown-Jackson, Taylor-Berry, University, and the Central Business District. Councilman James has helped sponsor and pass legislation that has benefited all of Louisville Metro in the following areas: An increased minimum wage Ban the Box Strengthened Public Nuisance Ordinance Tightened up ordinances dealing with Pawn shops for tracking stolen goods Short Term Rentals More funding for infrastructure improvements such as paving and sidewalks Improved illegal dumping ordinance to impound vehicles Sponsored legislation imposing a moratorium on bio-digesters (Methane Plants) In District 6, he has worked for the following: The creation of the Oak Street Task Force Improvements to the Oak Street Corridor Held Community meetings on Methane plants Opposed Methane plants in residential areas Worked with Citizens on the Maple Street project in dealing with MSD to try and protect citizens from more flooding and property damage. Worked with the EPA on the cleanup of the Black Leaf Site Sponsored improvements to California, Victory and Central Parks Increase LMPD Patrols for Public Safety to fight crime As a native of Louisville, he articulated through the Jefferson County Public School system and continued his education by attending the University of Louisville pursuing his degree in Police Administration. In 1984, James joined the Louisville Police Department to begin his career in law enforcement. While an officer: Member of patrol divisions Promoted to Detective Worked as an undercover detective in Vice, Narcotics and Intelligence. Served as a member of the LPD S.W.A.T. Team. Served two years as a Public Information Officer. He is a certified police officer instructor. James' experience in law enforcement and public safety goes far beyond his career as a police officer. James has held elected positions of President and Vice President of the Louisville Fraternal Order of Police. From 2004 to 2007, he was Commissioner of the Kentucky Bureau of Investigation, the investigative arm of the Kentucky Attorney General’s Office. His focus was to improve and streamline investigations of crime and prosecution. James was also part of the United States Army Reserves between 1983 and 1989. As a Military Intelligence Specialist with a "Top Secret" clearance level, his responsibilities included gathering intelligence and evaluating military units for their combat readiness. Councilman James has also been actively involved in the community with the following Charitable Organizations: Citizens Advocacy Elder Serve Board of Directors Special Olympics of Kentucky Perverted Justice Board of Directors The Fraternal Order of Police Board of Directors Kosair Charities Advisory Board University of Louisville Board of Trustees Lincoln Heritage Council Board of Directors Kentucky Shakespeare Board of Directors Board of Governors for Speed Art Museum Restorative Justice Louisville Board of Directors James says he looks forward to working with residents and businesses in the Sixth District to promote not only public safety and economic growth but also an understanding of how everyone can play a role in making the district a better place to live. He works closely with schools in the community to provide back to school supplies and has assisted the Girls Scouts from Wheatley Elementary to take a trip to Washington DC with private funds. David married his sweetheart, Michelle on July 9th, 2011 at the Old Louisville Women’s Club. Together, they have two daughters Jessica and Jordan and a granddaughter Marlo. David and Michelle reside in historic Old Louisville where they enjoy long walks with their dog, Cooper. [read more]

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Trimen Solutions, LLC

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