Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Fort Thomas Resident Appointed to Kentucky Housing Corporation Board


Tammy Weidinger, president and CEO of Brighton Center, was among those appointed to the Kentucky Housing Corporation Board of Directors, Tuesday by Gov. Matt Bevin.

Weidinger’s 34-year history with Brighton Center began with front line work with individuals and families and led to her current position, responsible for leadership of Bright Center programs.

She is a resident of Fort Thomas.

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She has also served on the boards of Every Child Succeeds and the Northern Kentucky Regional mental Health Community Corrections Board, and she currently is a board member for the Northern Kentucky Education Council and the Newport Business Association.


Weidinger will represent the interests of nonprofit housing organizations and serve for a term expiring Oct. 30, 2020.

PHOTO: Mark Brandt, Chief Deputy of the Campbell County Jail, with Brighton Center CEO Tammy Weidinger and Director of the Brighton Recovery Center for Women, Anita Prater at the opening of the expansion of the Campbell County Detention Center. FTM file.

1 comment:

  1. Congratulations Tammy Weindinger! I feel good when people I know, trust and respect fill public service positions. Thank you Tammy for your service at Brighton and many KY communities.

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