Our Strength
is Your Story

View Letter from Leadership

Our Mission
To put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.

Tricia Burke, Board Chair

Steve Tarver, President and CEO

Letter from Leadership

During 2017, the Y completed our 164th year of service to the Greater Louisville community, continuing on our journey of promoting spiritual, mental and physical growth for everyone.

After working on a vision of Community Integrated Health for ten years, the big news during 2017 was the October 19 groundbreaking for a new facility at 18th and Broadway! The new Republic Foundation YMCA will join our charter partners, Norton Healthcare, Family and Children's Place, ProRehab, and Republic Bank in a unique collaboration to provide a continuum of health services in west Louisville.

The Y and our neighbor, Passport Health, are already working together in the quest to extend accessibility and address health inequities in our west Louisville community. Our new Y is expected to host approximately 200,000 visits each year and is scheduled to open late 2019.

Your YMCA’s five strategic vision aspirations (HEALTH, EDUCATION, CONNECTING PEOPLE, ACCESSIBILITY and CHARACTER & ETHICS) continue to guide our activities, influence our thinking and fuel our ambitions. You are by now familiar with these aspirations and we hope you will find the stories shared in this community impact report both inspirational as well as illustrative of these aspirations.

We continue to impact families and individuals in profound and happy ways. Nearly every day we speak with someone eager to tell us their personal and meaningful Y story. We are both gratified and humbled by these interactions:

Ahmad Allaoub was injured when a bomb exploded in the streets of Idlib, his hometown in Syria. He unfortunately lost both legs and came to America with his brother to begin rehabilitation. With financial assistance, he joined the Y and has become a regular. Ahmad has a great smile and a positive spirit, and we are uplifted as we watch him progress and regain strength.

Martha and Josef Villiger, both in their 80’s, have been Y members for 18 years and still enjoy kayaking around the lake. The trip around the lake takes them an hour and a half, and they don’t get tired! They attribute their strength and endurance to the exercise they get, together, at the Y. Besides the fitness, the Villagers enjoy getting to know the Y regulars and staff. We look forward to their visits each week.

The Y’s Summer Learning Program not only helped Samuel McCubbins improve his reading skills, but according to Sam’s Mom, boosted self-confidence to the point that he is eagerly trying new things…something he never did before coming to the Y.

The compilation of these profound stories, and the many others yet to be told, exemplify our strength in helping to make our community better.

Indeed, together we can build a BETTER US – a stronger, healthier more connected community! It is an honor to be part of the YMCA family.

Sincerely,
Tricia
Steve

  • Jimi
  • Martha
  • Sam
  • Ahmad
  • Grant

Connecting People:
Jimi and Sherri Huckaby

Jimi Huckaby was born with Cerebral Palsy that affected his left side, and for most of his life he has exercised to help build strength and improve his condition. Jimi has never let Cerebral Palsy define him, and has worked at the YMCA for over 24 years, currently serving as a Healthy Living Coach at the Bullitt County Family YMCA.

“Helping people to get into shape has been my life's work,” he said. “Although I enjoy training people of all ages and all levels of physical fitness, I would say I excel working with people with special circumstances such as those with physical disabilities, people recovering from a stroke or surgery and people with back issues.”

One of Jimi’s great successes in connecting people to a healthier lifestyle is the story of his own wife, Sherri. When they met, he learned that Sherri didn’t work out at all and was borderline diabetic. “I was pretty sickly all the time, always catching a virus or colds, always going to the doctor to get antibiotics,” Sherri said. “Jimi suggested I come to the Y and I started to get stronger and not as sick all the time.”

Jimi and Sherri Huckaby

When Sherri got a test showing she was pre-diabetic, Jimi was alarmed. Her mother had died from complications of diabetes at the age of 40, and her sister had already been diagnosed with it. He told her about the Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) at the Y and she enrolled. The YMCA’s Diabetes Prevention Program is a 12-month, small-group program that helps people who are at high risk for Type-2 diabetes reduce their risk by making healthier lifestyle choices. Sherri calls the program “a godsend…I struggled in the first classes. I didn’t want to do it. Then I got used to it and I started feeling better.” At her next doctor’s visit, she learned she was no longer pre-diabetic!

That was about 8 years ago. Three years ago, Sherri and Jimi married.

Now they work out together on a weekly basis, which Jimi calls one of the joys of his life. “Working and exercising at the Y has helped me stay active to maintain my quality of life.”

“Jimi keeps me motivated,” Sherri said, and not just because he’s her husband. “He’s been doing this healthy living coaching for 24 years and he has just really honed his skills.”

The staff at the Bullitt County Y also really appreciate the energy and determination that Jimi brings to the job. “He is an inspiration for all our members,” said Healthy Living Director Justin McPherson.

Health:
Josef and Martha Villiger

Ask Martha or Josef Villiger why they have been coming to the Downtown YMCA for 18 years and they will tell you about their camp at Lake Hardy. Martha, 86, and Josef, 83, spend their summer weekends at the lake, paddling kayaks, swimming a little, relaxing and even occasionally water skiing. What makes it possible for them to stay strong and active in their 80’s are their regular workouts at the Y.

The two of them paddle their kayaks around the lake every day they are there – an hour and a half trip! “People ask me how I can still be kayaking and getting on and off the boat,” said Martha. She can paddle the distance without her arms and legs getting tired. “I don’t even feel it because of the exercise I get at the Y.”

Martha and Josef visit the Y two or three times a week and run through the same general routine. He does a circuit of 20 weight machines and she divides her time between the stationary bike and weights. Besides the fitness, they enjoy getting to know some of the regulars in the fitness center.

Josef and Martha Villiger

Martha and Josef visit the Y two or three times a week and run through the same general routine. He does a circuit of 20 weight machines and she divides her time between the stationary bike and weights. Besides the fitness, they enjoy getting to know some of the regulars in the fitness center.

The secret to maintaining their ritual, besides the health benefits, is that they have each other as workout buddies. “It’s nice to have someone to hold you accountable,” Martha said. She said Josef is more disciplined and makes sure she gets up and going even when she wants to throw the blankets over her head and go back to sleep. The Villigers are an inspiration to us all, and we are proud to have them in our Y family.

Education:
Samuel McCubbins

Samuel McCubbins’ mother, Kelli, enrolled him in the Summer Learning Program at Lebanon Junction Elementary during the summer of 2017. The program helps first- through third-graders catch up in reading and math by providing educational activities and field trips during the summer. These lucky students also get to participate in the Safety Around Water Program to learn how to swim and stay safe during water activities.

Kelli was extremely pleased with the results of the program and Sam’s experience there. So she wrote to the Bullitt County Y, and here are her words:

“Our experience with the Lebanon Junction program and swim lessons was wonderful! My son learned so much more than just how to read. He learned to have more confidence in everything he does, to try new things and not to be shy about it. His level of reading and willingness to read on his own has improved so much also.

Samuel McCubbins

The staff and teachers always greeted us with a smile and were always upbeat and willing to help us in any way. They did so many crafts and fun things that really caught my son’s attention. He loved getting up and going every day.

He looked forward to the swim lessons, which surprised me because he never liked the water. Now he loves it, all because of you guys!

I would recommend this program to any parent (and have). Yes, the hours are long but just seeing my son not struggle this year is well worth every second.

Thank you to the YMCA and Lebanon Junction staff for truly caring about every child that walked through that door. I can tell it’s not just your job, but something you enjoy doing.”

The Summer Learning Program is part of the Y’s effort to close the achievement gap by preventing “summer learning loss.” Early learning is a strong predictor of a child’s future success and we congratulate Sam and Kelli.

Accessibility:
Ahmad Allaoub

It was a long journey that brought Ahmad to the Northeast Family YMCA near the end of 2017. About six years prior, Ahmad was injured during an air attack on Idlib, his hometown in Syria. “I was in the street and there was nothing,’’ he said. “Then there is a bomb. I don’t know what’s happening. They said two people were dead,” said Ahmad.

Ahmad came to the United States. He spoke very little English and knew no one except his brother who had accompanied him. Culture and language were not the only barriers he faced in his new country, as both of his legs were destroyed during the air attack in Syria.

Ahmad Allaoub

Eager to become active again, Ahmad joined the Y and became a regular. He was provided financial assistance due to his limited means. He found that he could work out on the hand bicycle to strengthen his arms as well as use many of the weight machines. Ahmad loves sports and says he is grateful that he can now “practice,” his word for working out.

Ahmad was a farmer in Syria and has a strong upper body, an easy smile and a positive spirit. He is glad to be in Louisville, and says the only places he goes are to English classes twice a week and to the Y, as often as he can. He is happy to be around people. “The Y is good for my health,” he said. “It is good for me physically.” The Y welcomed Ahmad and is helping him reach his greatest potential.

Character and Ethics:
Grant Warfield

Service is part of Grant Warfield’s DNA, instilled in him by his parents, Julie and Curtis, since the first grade. He started as a Cub Scout and has been involved in virtually every kind of volunteer project: food drives, Thanksgiving meals, trash cleanups, cleaning kitchens, building furniture, hanging Christmas lights…and the list goes on!

Among the beneficiaries of his efforts are Green Castle Baptist Church, Volunteers of America, Yew Dell Nursery, Boys and Girls Club, Tom Sawyer Park, Louisville Nature Center and Operation Brightside. Through Scouts, church, and YMCA programs, he has embraced opportunities to make a difference. “I always enjoy going out and helping people in need and serving my community,” he said.

Grant earned his Eagle Scout badge in 2017 after completing an eight-month project for the West End Academy, a boarding school for underprivileged boys. He worked with an art teacher to figure out how to soundproof her cinder-block classroom. He researched soundproofing, ordered materials, created Styrofoam blocks for the walls, and installed carpeting and sound-dampening wall hangings.

He has also participated in several Y programs. In 9th grade, he was a YMCA Black Achiever and that experience helped him improve his communication skills. “I really liked seeing successful African Americans and I thought if they can do it, I can do it. I benefitted a lot from it. I used to have communication problems but I learned how to present myself.”

As a Metro Youth Advocate during his junior year, Grant worked with a team of students on an approach to affordable housing that involved providing tax incentives to builders of low-income housing. The student team presented their ideas to government officials.

Because of his community contributions, Grant was honored with the Y’s Youth Character Award in 2017. The honor recognizes young people with outstanding character and a record of community service.

Volunteers

2017 Volunteers of the Year

Tray E. Cockerell

YMCA Association Services

Jeremy Willis

Bullitt County Family YMCA

Jack Matthews

YMCA Camp Piomingo

Larry Scott

Chestnut Street Family YMCA

TJ Kiesler

Clark County Family YMCA

Martin Kinney

Downtown Family YMCA

Brad and Diana Denman

Floyd County Family YMCA

Charles Corrales

YMCA National Safe Place

Barbie Gilbert

Northeast Family YMCA

Doug Shaw

YMCA at Norton Commons

Thomas Schmucker

Oldham County Family YMCA

Dave Brennan

YMCA Safe Place Services

Agyei Williams

YMCA School-Age Child Care

Keith Spaulding

Southeast Family YMCA

Joseph Tindle

Southwest Family YMCA

Financials

People We Help
Through the Generosity of Our Donors

Swim Lessons

1,242

Camp Piomingo Scholarships

211

Membership Help

11,913

Safe Place Services Shelter House

619

Pre-school Child Care Assistance

150

School-Age Child Care (SACC) Assistance

2,170

Youth Sports

342

Free Summer Learning Loss Prevention Programs

983

People We Serve

Youth Sports

10,852

Infant, Toddler, Pre-School and SACC

7,685

Summer Day Camps

7,299

Swim Lessons

5,701

Camp Piomingo

1,074

Meeting Everyone's
Needs

Members Served

129,143

Infant/Toddler/Preschool (0-5 years)

8,114

Elementary (6-11 years)

15,790

Junior/Senior High (12-17 years)

14,408

Young Adult (18-29 years)

22,236

Adult (30-64 years)

54,492

Senior (65+ years)

14,103

Working As A Team

Total Volunteers

2,504

Program Volunteers

2,164

Policy Making Volunteers

340

Full-Time Staff

307

Part-Time Staff

2,089

Total Donors

5,817

2017 CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENT

For the Period Ending December 31, 2017 Consolidated Financial Statement
(unaudited) (includes YMCA and National Safe Place)

Public Support

Community Contributions/Special Events $4,325,811
Metro United Way $574,676
Government & Contract Services $6,143,380

Revenue

Membership Dues $23,045,421
Program Fees $18,965,725
Other $1,448,753
Total Income $54,503,766

Expenses

Program:
Youth Development $16,353,526
Includes: Community Service, Safe Place Emergency Shelter, Child Care, Day and Overnight Camping, Youth Sports and Aquatics
Healthy Living $21,550,882
Includes: Youth, Teens, Adults, Seniors, Special Needs and Corporate Health
Social Responsibility $6,521,592
Includes: Black Achievers, Homeless Transitional Residence, Senior Adult Day Care and Education/Achievement Gap
Administration & Operations Management $5,088,396
Fund Raising $449,458
Total Expenses $49,963,854
Increase in Net Assets & Reserves $4,539,912
Beginning of Year End of Year
Net Assets (in millions) (audited) (unaudited)
Current Unrestricted $54.2 $58.7
Temporary Restricted $4.5 $4.5
Permanently Restricted $1.3 $1.3
Total Net Assets $60.0 $64.5

42%

Membership Dues

35%

Program Fees

11%

Grants & Contract Services

8%

Community Contributions/Events

3%

Other

1%

Metro United Way

43%

Healthy Living

33%

Youth Development

13%

Social Responsibility

10%

Administration and Operations Management

1%

Fundraising

Development

Thank you!

Our heartfelt thanks to all of you who give your time, talent and treasure to our Y to help strengthen this community.

Thank you to our Donors!

Our YMCA works hard to make sure that everyone in our community has access to our services and the opportunity to learn, grow and thrive. Each year thousands of individual and family donors provide charitable contributions to help our commitment to that promise. We cannot do it alone. Our YMCA also depends on the generosity of the following corporate sponsors and community partners in that endeavor.

$100,000 and above

C. E. & S. Foundation, Inc.
CSX Corporation
Louisville/Jefferson County Metro Government
YMCA of the USA

$50,000 to $99,999

Brown-Forman Corporation
Etscorn Foundation
Lift A Life Foundation
Ronald P Cook Charitable Trust

$25,000 to $49,999

Genentech
Kosair Charities, Inc.
University of Kentucky
White Castle

$10,000 to $24,999

Community Foundation of Louisville
Cralle Foundation
EH Construction
Facilities Management Services
Ford Motor Company/UAW Local 862
Fourth Street Live
Fred B. and Opal S. Woosley Foundation
GE Appliances
Greater Clark County Schools
Horseshoe Foundation of Floyd County
Humana Foundation, Inc.
Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance Companies
Luckett & Farley
May Wetherby Jones Foundation
PNC Bank Institutional Investments
PNC Foundation
RSMIS Foundation
River City Bank
Robert W. Rounsavall, Jr. Family Foundation, Inc.
Toyota Motor Engineering & MFG. North America, Inc.
UAW Local 862 & Ford Motor Louisville Assembly
WHAS Crusade For Children, Inc.
White, Greer & Maggard, P.S.C.

$5,000 to $9,999

Air Hydro Power, Inc.
City of New Albany, Indiana
Clark Memorial Hospital
Comprehensive Health Management
David Construction, Inc.
Delta Dental of Kentucky
The Gilbert Foundation, Inc.
ICAP Energy
King Southern Bank
M & M Interiors
Mildred V Horn Foundation
North Clark Health Care Foundation
Norton Brownsboro Hospital
Sam Swope Family Foundation
UPS Foundation, Inc.
Younger Woman's Club of Louisville
Zeon Chemicals L.P.

Thank you to our Board Members!

YMCA Association Board of Directors

Tricia Burke, Board Chair
James R. Allen
Bill Barber
Barry Barker
Cheryl Bruner
Harley Butler
Tray E. Cockerell
Greg DeMuth
Christopher M. Ecken
Gaylee Gillim
Robert S. Harlow, Jr.
Howard Holloman, Jr.
David Holobaugh
Kim Holobaugh
Brian Jones
Betty Kinzer
Thomas D. Kmetz
Barbara N. Lankford
Mary McKinley
Pat Northam
Martin Padgett
Alexandria Shemwell
G. Bradley Smith
David Tandy
Debbie Wesslund
James R. Williamson
Hala Ziady
Scott P. Zoppoth

Emeritus

J. McFerran Barr
Niels O. Ewing
Gene P. Gardner
Robert L. Hook Jr.
Joseph A. Paradis, III
Edward W. Rhawn
Robert W. Rounsavall, III
William M. Street
James H. Taylor

Bullitt County Family YMCA

Jeremy Willis, Chair
Lee Barger
Stacey Bernard
Caleb Buege
Brittany Cook
Tony Hall
Sheri Hamilton
Katie Lloyd
Sarah McDade
Matthew Mooney
Lou Ann Moore
Kathleen Seger
Whitney Wurzel

YMCA Camp Piomingo

Rebecca Matheny, Chair
Lisa Hirsch Aarvig
Jill Beasley
Jennie Jean Davidson
Dawn Diehl
Andrea Farris
Emily Franck
Deanna Hanson
Barb Hawley
Chris Hawpe
Damara Jenkins
Cheryl Matthews
Angie Wegman

Chestnut Street Family YMCA

Doug Phillips, Chair
Nuchelle Beck
Kevin D. Bruce, Sr.
Crashonda T. Duncan
Shelon Gist
Furman Glenn, Sr.
Samantha Graves
Kathy Harrison-Turner
Kronski Jones
Mauricus Lofton
Alexis Mack
Bobbie K. Mitchell
Elias Oxendine
Chris Peace
Pamela R. Pearson
Wanda Ramsey
Michael S. Romaine
Christinia Scott
Warren Shelton
Shawnda Styles
Terrell Thornton
Darryl Van Cleave
Christopher Washburn
Rhonda E. Whitted

Clark County Family YMCA

Teresa Couts, Chair
Kim Baker
Denise Boesche
Anne Darku
Ann Day
Michael Gillenwater
Jessica Jones
Brandon Lawrence
Mario Matakovic
Charles Neal
Dustin White
Melissa Wilson
Al Stankovic

Downtown Family YMCA

Vicki Zeller, Chair
Luis Aju
Amy Bailey
Brian Bartell
Billy Brewer
Charles Cash
Marcus Edwards
Gaylee Gillim
Mark Greer
Andrea Hamblen
John Hammond
Tobi Hammond
Bob Harlow
Tom Hayes
Jessica Holman
Nydia Hoskins
Martin Kinney
Maurice Ludwick
Pamela McCallum
James Olden
Jessica Pollio
Tiffany Smith
Emily White
Dan Whitis

Floyd County Family YMCA

Mark Truman, Chair
John Abel
David Barksdale
Paul Chrisco
Margaret Duncan
Fran Fach
Irving Joshua
Louis Jensen
Theresa Johnson
Ellen Sparrow
Stephen Stiller

National Safe Place

Michael Fitz, Chair
Joel Baker
Gary Colen
Joe Diamond
Gina Digioia
Carl Gerhardstein
Mark Giuffre
Pat Holterman-Hommes
Jeff Lenard
Ramon Looby
Janet Ramey
Ferdinand Risco, Jr.
John Sherman
Lauren Sherry
Michelle Tutunjian
James Wallace
Gayle Watts

Northeast Family YMCA

Rudy Havira, Chair
Scott Barlow
Cleo Battle
Bev Beckman
Jennifer Bell
Mac Brown
Dale Burnham
Stephanie Carr
Valerie Chinn
Kimberly Cyrus
Jenny Davis
Mary Helen Davis
Shannon Drown
Lisa Fay
Lori Fitzgerald
Brian Gelfo
Barbie Gilbert
Billie Gosney
Rudy Havira
Michelle Heindselman
Andrea Higgins
Jim Jackson
Brian Jewell
Stephanie Johnson
Christopher Jones
Anthony Kennedy
Brian Koetter
Bonnie Laughlin
Jeremy LeGare
Sarah McIntosh
Sudeep Mehandru
Semra Meredith
Stephanie Morgan-White
Mike Ngong
Andy Niblett
Alex Rohleder
Ryan Roling
Elizabeth Schott Ross
Megan Schulte
Joseph Skidmore
Stephanie Sturgeon
Jessica Tretter
Chris Twillie
Melanie Vittitow
Jeffrey Wernert
Brandon White
Kenya Whitfield
Donna Willoughby
Muluken Zeru

YMCA at Norton Commons

Vince Esposito, Chair
Sheryl Atekha
Arlene Baluyut
Paula Barmore
David Boyce
Steve Church
John Derr, Jr.
Jessica Dowe
Stacie Grossfeld
Andy Gunkler
Mike Hawboldt
Jesse Jenkins
Jarad Key
Mark Lindemoen
Henry Maley
Jack Matthews
Jeff Moulton
Ashley Porter
Diana Quesada
Miles Rodriguez
Ben Shown
Matt Storm
Purna Veer
Allyson Vitato
Tom Walton
Shane Wentz
Heather Weston Bell

Oldham County Family YMCA

Keith Seymour, Chair
Ed Basquill
Emily Byrd
Charles Churchill
Dennis Clause
Kristin Compton
Nick Curcio
Ty Dayoc
Ethan Devasier
Lauren Esterly
Howard Ferriell
Lee Hamilton
Dani Jerome
Austin Johnson
Lee Hamilton, Jr.
Michelle Massey
Christ Medina
Carrie Papa
Natalie Pasquenza
Jay Poole
Tiffany Quinones
Charlotte Reeder
Basil Skarski
Don Smith
Jim Townsend
Mark Viehmann
Jonathan Westbrook
Brandon White

YMCA Safe Place Services

Roberta Hartlage, Chair
Amy Adams-Littell
Theresa Carpenter Beames
George Bell
Yvette Bright
Todd Clark
Elizabeth Eblen
Charles Hagerty
David Johnson
Ashley Jones
Shawna Jones
David Krebs
Benjamin Langley
Angela Murray
Paul Sirek
Dr. Mona Tailor
Bill Taylor
Jeff Virant
Scott Zoppoth

Southeast Family YMCA

Steve Sexton, Chair
Patrick Alcorn
Tim Alexander
Bryan Etscorn
Scott Fletcher
Doug Gardner
Vince Gottbrath
Bob Hook III
Michelle Irwin
Lois Kaufman
Dave Kaufman
Sarah Luttrell
Crysten Minzenberger
Anna Mulvey
Dave Mulvey
John Odom
John Oliva
Jitesh Parekh
Paula Pilgrim
Keith Spaulding
Aaron Thompson
Jerry Wyman

Southwest Family YMCA

Stephen James, Chair
Toya Ballenger
Beth Bissmeyer
Dee Cotham
Kyle Culver
Carlos Darrull
Kim Gasaway
Kevin Goben
Bianca Hayes
Brent Houghton
Brandon James
Susan Jessel
Zachary Johnson
Michael Kurtsinger
Lydia Mendez
Gwen Paul
Glenda Smith
Shelley Spragens
Angie Staley
Stelios Stylianou
Joseph Tindle
Andrea Trujillo
Joan Way
Eddie Weaver, Jr.
Jessica Wilkett
Dwan Williams

Thank you to our Senior Staff!

Association Services Office

Steve Tarver, President and CEO
Jill Ballard
Lori Brill
Krista Burden
Melanie Cox
Debbie Darst
Aleksandra Desanovski-Burns
Lisa Dunlap
Dennis Enix
Becky Gamm
Joe Goins, Jr.
Angie Gracie
David Heard
Ely Heard
Ray Hupfer
Ryan Kingery
Lesley Kinney
Gail Lyttle
Shaun Martz
Keith Morris
Charlene Needy
Cindy Nordhoff
Andy Pierce
Audrey Roling
Lu Russo
Erin Viehmann
Denise Wells
Joshua Zimmerman

Bullitt County Family YMCA

Justin Guest, Executive Director
Sharon Bryant
Brittany McGill
Justin McPherson
Chris O'Brien

YMCA Camp Piomingo

Bridget Anderson, Executive Director
Michelle Banks
Theresa Banks
Rebecca Byers
Molly Staley
Doug Stone

Chestnut Street Family YMCA

Freddie Brown, District Executive Director
Jenny Benner
Lynn Johnson
Leah Mullaney
Carolyn Polk
Matt Sperr

Clark County Family YMCA

Karen Guttmann, Executive Director
Tanya Bell
Mitch Brooks
Jennifer Harris
Ben Hennegan
Amber Ridings

Downtown Family YMCA

Norman Johnson, District Executive Director
Cornell Clayton
Keith Cottoner
Jennifer Davidson
Natalie Greenwell
Brittney Heise
Erik Mann
Katrina Moore
Haley Parton
Bobby Williams

Floyd County Family YMCA

Jeff Jaehnen, District Executive Director
Julie Blocher
Gary Dunlap
Katy Goodman
Taylor Heise
Samantha Hennegan
Barbara Morris
Cannada Uselton

National Safe Place

Laurie Jackson, Executive Director
April Carthorn
Sherry Casey
TC Cassidy
Zach Elmore
Kim Frierson
Susan Harmon
Tammy Hopper
Hillary Ladig
Autumn Sandlin
Elizabeth Smith Miller
Shauna Stubbs
Eric Tatadata
Mark Wolf

Northeast Family YMCA

Kenny Hoerter, District Executive Director
Tracie Colvin, Associate Executive Director
Mandee Ashcraft
Terry Baker
Deanna Fairfield
Adam Johnson
MJ LaBarbera
Shonna Sargent

YMCA at Norton Commons

Mike Bramer, District Executive Director
Gayl Anderson
Dotty Battoe Hales
Logan Fausnaugh
Katy Ferry
Brian Flower
Nick Marro
Andrea Merritt

Oldham County Family YMCA

Josh Ransdell, Executive Director
Brittany Caple
Jen Flower
Jordan Gagel
Beth Kempf
Josh Lewis
Heidi Molinari
Mike Wells
Meredith Wise
Karen Wyatt

YMCA Safe Place Services

Matt Reed, Executive Director
Robin Alexander
Starkeisha Allen
Sadie Aschbacher
Yasmi Blue
Shannon Bostrom
Shenika Breed
Brittany Bryant
Brianna Burns
Jamila Childs
Sharon Conley
Hannah Corbin
Nate Corbin
Brenna Cundiff
Charles Dillard
Autumn Dunn
Tricia Eskridge
Quan Founder
Carrie French
Carla Gaston
Shavonne Gibson
Kimbery Gonzalez
Sarah Graham

Sheila Graham
Beth Harrison
Liz Hayes
David Hornsby
Kayla Hume
James Hunt
Macy Hutcherson
Eric Kinslow
Dionne McCage
Katherine McMillin
Pat Mudd
Chelsea Ndiaye
Alicia Nuñez
Dwayne Payne
Kara Peers
Phillip Perry
Tory Portale
Laura Prentice
Latonya Rollerson
Tunesha Ruccio
Brittney Shaw
Erin Smith
Kanitra Trowel
Linda Votaw
Jonathan Walker
Michael Walker
Tamika Williams
Ciara Wright

YMCA School-Age Child Care

Laura Lewter, Executive Director
Brandon Yates, Associate Executive Director
Michelle Davis
Mary Graybeal
Terralyn Hicks
Jeremy Jones
Chaelyn Lee
John Lincoln
Lisa Middelton
Valerie Slaten
Sarah Stearman
Ben Taylor

Southeast Family YMCA

Tom Whortan, Executive Director
Brian Byrd
Peggy Donnelly
Debbie Hancox
Braden Hazle
Kristina Kluesner
Laurie Madden
Tanna Trollinger
Kaylei Weedman

Southwest Family YMCA

Ronnie McKiernan, Executive Director
Ashtyn Begley
Brent Beasley
Megan Metcalf
Jacob Morris
Missey Mussler
Jenifer Roberts

Our Branches

YMCA ASSOCIATION SERVICES
545 South Second Street
Louisville, Kentucky 40202
502.587.9622

BULLITT COUNTY FAMILY YMCA
409 Joe B. Hall Avenue
P.O. Box 846
Shepherdsville, Kentucky 40165
502.955.6433

YMCA CAMP PIOMINGO
1950 Otter Creek Park Road
Brandenburg, Kentucky 40108
502.942.2616
toll-free 800.411.5822

CHESTNUT STREET FAMILY YMCA
930 West Chestnut Street
Louisville, Kentucky 40203
502.587.7405

CLARK COUNTY FAMILY YMCA
4812 Hamburg Pike
Jeffersonville, Indiana 47130
812.283.9622

DOWNTOWN FAMILY YMCA
555 South Second Street
Louisville, Kentucky 40202
502.587.6700

FLOYD COUNTY FAMILY YMCA
33 State Street
New Albany, Indiana 47150
812.206.0688

MIDDLETOWN FAMILY YMCA
12330 Shelbyville Road
Louisville, Kentucky 40243
502.244.9994

NATIONAL SAFE PLACE
2429 Crittenden Drive
Louisville, Kentucky 40217
502.635.3660

NORTHEAST FAMILY YMCA
9400 Mill Brook Road
Louisville, Kentucky 40223
502.425.1271

YMCA AT NORTON COMMONS
11000 Brownsboro Road
Prospect, KY 40059
502.882.9622

OLDHAM COUNTY FAMILY YMCA
20 Quality Place
Buckner, Kentucky 40010
502.222.9358

YMCA SAFE PLACE SERVICES
2400 Crittenden Drive
Louisville, Kentucky 40217
502.635.5233

YMCA SCHOOL-AGE CHILD CARE
2411 Bowman Avenue
Louisville, Kentucky 40217
502.637.1575

SOUTHEAST FAMILY YMCA
5930 Six Mile Lane
Louisville, Kentucky 40218
502.491.9622

SOUTHWEST FAMILY YMCA
2800 Fordhaven Road
Louisville, Kentucky 40214
502.933.9622