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Rogers named Executive Director

The Board of Directors for Hopkinsville-Christian County Convention and Visitor’s Bureau is excited to announce that Amy Rogers has been named as the new Executive Director.

Amy is native to Western Kentucky, growing up a few short miles down the road in Cadiz, Kentucky. She attended college at the University of Kentucky and continued her education through Lexington Community College and Sullivan University, earning degrees of Bachelor of Science in Business Administration-Management, Associate of Arts and Science, and Associate in Applied Science: Graphic Design. She is also a member of the 2019 class of Leadership Hopkinsville.

Amy is a very passionate individual, who loves our community wholeheartedly. She is involved in numerous community projects and serves on five local boards; the Pennyroyal Arts Council, Boys and Girls Club of Hopkinsville, Pennyrile Children’s Advocacy, Hopkinsville Rotary Club and the Bruce Convention Center.

Amy’s positive energy and enthusiasm for Hopkinsville and Christian County is a boon for our community and we look forward to seeing her accomplishments in the near future.

In addition, the board is pleased to announce the promotion of Ginnie Pruitt to Finance and Operations Manager.

Ginnie is native to Christian County, previously employed at Skyline Animal Clinic. Ginnie is active in the Hopkinsville chapter of the League of Women Voters, a member of the Hopkinsville History Foundation Board, a Chamber Ambassador and is on the Chamber of Commerce Leadership Board, as well as a graduate of their Leadership Program. Ginnie has a true passion for our community and feels her position at Visit Hopkinsville is her perfect dream job.

Amy and Ginnie will be hosting an Open House on April 30th, starting with a ribbon cutting at 3 PM and lasting through 6:30 PM. We invite everyone to visit them at our Visitor’s Center, located at 1730 East 9th Street, Hopkinsville, KY.