McCracken County resident becomes Prichard Committee member – Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence
Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence

McCracken County resident becomes Prichard Committee member

McCracken County resident becomes Prichard Committee member

October 29, 2020

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
For More Information Contact:
Jessica Fletcher, Senior Director, Communications & External Affairs
(cell) 859-539-0511
jessica.fletcher@prichardcommittee.org

Julie Tennyson, of McCracken County, has been selected to be a member of the Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence. Ms. Tennyson owns Marcum Tennyson PLLC where she is a Patent, Trademark, and Copyright attorney. In February 2020, she was appointed to serve as a Special Justice for the Kentucky Supreme Court. She serves on the boards of Sprocket Inc. and Child Watch Counseling and Advocacy Center Inc. She also serves on the Permanent Judicial Commission for the Presbytery of Western Kentucky.

The Prichard Committee is an independent, nonpartisan, citizen-led organization working to improve education in Kentucky – early childhood through postsecondary – so that we will achieve a better quality of life for all residents.

“Prichard Committee members believe public education is critical to the economic and social well-being of Kentucky,” said Brigitte Blom Ramsey, President & CEO. “Julie will work to inspire other Kentuckians to act on improving education outcomes at all levels and will be an asset to the committee.”

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