Brenda Wilson joins Ky. Humanities Council board

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By The Staff

Brenda L. Wilson of Williamstown has been elected to the Kentucky Humanities Council board of directors.

As a member of the 23-person volunteer board, Wilson will help set council policies, award project grants to community organizations and participate in fundraising to help the council meet the growing demand for its programs. She will serve a three-year term, with a second three-year term optional. Based in Lexington, the council and its community partners invest more than $1 million a year in support of public humanities programs throughout the state.

Wilson, who is affiliated with Cherry Hill Homes Inc., is a member of the Northern Kentucky University Foundation Board, the Grant County Friends of the Animal Shelter Board and the Williamstown Woman’s Club Board. Wilson is also a former chair of the NKU Board of Regents.

The Kentucky Humanities Council is a non-profit Kentucky corporation affiliated with the National Endowment for the Humanities. It is not a state agency. For information about the council’s programs and services, visit www.kyhumanities.org.