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Executive Director since 2020.
Mitzi Page is owner of the Purple Daizi Day Spa and Salon. A small business owner since 2012, she has been in the beauty industry for 19 years. In addition to serving as Chamber President and previously as Vice President and Treasurer, Page serves on numerous committees and was named Chamber Volunteer of the Year in 2019.
Mark Collins is an attorney with the Law Offices of Harold M. Johns. He received his Juris Doctorate from Salmon P. Chase School of Law in 1994, after receiving his undergraduate degree from Morehead State University in 1991. An Army veteran, Collins has been a practicing attorney for 25 years and has served as an Assistant County Attorney in both Todd and Christian counties. In addition to serving on the Chamber Board, Collins is active in his local church, the American Legion, and a Rotarian, among other boards and committees.
Anita Jo Powell is Executive Director of Blount Rural Health Center. She is a Registered Nurse and Certified Rural Health Clinic Professional. Powell has worked in health care administration for two decades with responsibilities over finance, human resources, quality assurance/risk management, marketing, and project management. She serves on the Hopkinsville Community College Advisory Board of Nursing, a member of the Champions Against Drugs Coalition, is active in her church, and is a Rotarian, having previously served as president of the Rotary Club of Elkton. Powell served as the President of the Chamber’s initial board of directors, 2018-2019.
Jen Harris is the Public Health Director for Todd County Health Department. She began her career in Public Health in 2000 as a health educator and has also working as a marketing specialist for a statewide nutrition program. She received her BA in Education in 1998, with an emphasis in Exercise Science, from the University of Kentucky; she received her MS in Public and Community Health in 2001 from Austin Peay State University. In addition to serving on the Chamber board, she serves as the western Kentucky representative for the Kentucky Health Department Association and was KHDA’s 2015-17 Legislative Chair. Jen was the Todd County Chamber President for the year 2000.
Rhonda Caughlin Werner is Recruiter for Ag1Source, a nationally-based agricultural recruiting firm – a position she has held since 2007. She is a graduate of Murray State University with a degree in Agronomy. Werner has served on the Board and as Chair for the Agribusiness Association of Kentucky and on the board of the Certified Crop Advisors of Kentucky Board of Directors Locally,she is a Rotarian and served previously as president of the Rotary Club of Elkton, chairs the Republican Party of Todd County and is Leader of Girl Scout Troop 119.
Christy Stokes is the Todd County Market President for United Southern Bank. She has been with the bank since 1998 and serves on the bank’s Senior Loan Committee, Compliance Committee and ALCO Committee. She is active in the community and her church, as well as volunteering her time with many local children’s groups including football, cheerleading and dance teams.
Camille Dillingham is assistant superintendent for Todd County Schools. She previously served as principal at South Todd Elementary School and has worked in the school system 26 years. Dillingham served as the initial board secretary for the Todd Chamber and serves on the Petrie Memorial United Methodist Church Administrative Council. She also enjoys gardening.
Glenn Slack owns and manages commercial and residential rental property in Todd and Logan counties. A graduate of the University of Kentucky with a degree in Agricultural Communications and a minor in Public Relations, Slack previously had a career in public relations and association management, including a 12-year stint as president and CEO of the National Institute for Animal Agriculture. Locally, Slack serves as President of Historic Todd County, Inc., represents Todd County on the Southern Pennyrile Chamber Alliance (Past Chair), is a past member of the United Way of the Pennyrile Board of Directors and is a Rotarian.
Kelli Penick is the owner/operator of Twin Pond Outdoors in Guthrie. She has been selling wood pellet grills and outdoor living areas since 2015. In addition to being a chamber member, she serves as the board secretary and on the events committee. She also serves on Farm Credit and Pennyrile Electric committees. Kelli currently serves at the Todd County Chamber Board Secretary.
Stefanie Sharp is a commercial interior designer with JKS Architecture. She received her BA in Interior Design from the University of Kentucky in 2002. After an apprenticeship she earned her license as a Certified Interior Designer. She practiced interior design in Washington DC for 7 years and then returned to Todd County to join the family business in 2009. In addition to serving on the Chamber board, she serves on the Code Enforcement Board for the City of Elkton, is a member of the International Interior Design Association, is a past Chairman of Relay for Life in Todd County and is active in her local church.
Kelvin DeBerry is a licensed realtor and auctioneer affiliated with Bolinger Real Estate & Auction. In addition to serving on the Chamber board, he is a 4-H Adult Leader and serves on the West Kentucky 4-H Camp Improvement Committee. DeBerry serves on the Todd County Tech Center Steering Committee, as Archery Coach for Adairville Elementary School, and on the Todd County Central High School Hall of Fame Selection Board.