Three New Members Named to BCN BoardNavigator News
Bluegrass Care Navigators is pleased to announce the addition of three new members to its governing board for 2019. Bo Cofield, Rhonda Love and Ron Ring began their three-year appointments to the Board of Directors earlier this month. In addition, Shannon Arvin, longtime board member and attorney with Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC, will serve as the chairperson for the board in 2019.
Bo Cofield has held the role of Vice President and Chief Clinical Operating Officer at UK Healthcare, and was previously a vice president in the University of Virginia Health System. He brings great experience after serving on a hospice board while with UVA. Cofield was a key advocate for hospice and palliative medicine while at UK and was part of the team that helped open the Bluegrass Hospice Care Center at UK in April 2018.
Rhonda Love has spent most of her career in the pharmaceutical sales industry in Lexington, Central Kentucky and Northern Kentucky. Love serves on the Board of Trustees for United Way of the Bluegrass and the Passion Committee for the American Heart Association.
Ron Ring comes to the board as the president of Ring Financial Services. Ring has called the Bluegrass home since 1985 and he serves on the board for Sayre Christian Village.
Arvin, a longtime board member for BCN, assumed the chairperson role from Nana Mensah, who continues to serve on the board as Past Chair. Arvin’s professional work has focused on the Thoroughbred horse industry, working with owners on equine transactions involving racing and breeding stock, structuring ownership of equine operations and business succession and estate planning. She also serves on the advisory board for The Salvation Army’s Central Kentucky Area Services.
The nonprofits’ slate of officers also includes Vice Chair Richard Hopgood, Secretary David Fogg and Treasurer Zachary Moore.
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