Month: October 2019

How Education, Technology, and Development Can Shape a 21st Century Appalachia Ryan Osborne is a Development Officer with the University of the Cumberlands. This job involves raising funds for new projects that the university is undertaking. Ryan is also a member of BRIGHT Kentucky, a program designed to build the capacity of next-generation leaders in the …

The Hollercast Episode 008- Big Picture Appalachian Plans with Ryan Osborne Read More »

Using Small Business to Rebuild an Economy Jeffery Justice is a Business and Innovation Champion of Shaping Our Appalachian Region (SOAR), Inc. He is also a member of BRIGHT Kentucky, a program through Leadership Kentucky that develops young leaders in eastern Kentucky.   SOAR is a non-profit, non-partisan organization that is a champion for Appalachia Kentucky. …

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How Downtown Revitalization and Small Businesses Create Stronger Communities Tyler Johnson is the Communications and Community Development Coordinator for the city of Richmond, Kentucky. On top of that, he is also a member of BRIGHT Kentucky. Tyler has experience with every level of government and in the non-profit sector. As a native Kentuckian, Tyler believes …

The Hollercast Episode 005- Communication & Community with Tyler Johnson Read More »

How Road Work and Local Country Music Can Both Improve Communities Jessica Bray is the Regional Transportation Planner for the Cumberland Valley Area Development District. She works with government officials in eight different counties to address road project concerns. Aside from her work in transportation, Jessica is also the owner and founder of the Kentucky …

The Hollercast Episode 004- Transportation & Tunes with Jessica Bray Read More »