New 2020 FAKH Board Members

We are pleased to announce the addition of several new members to our Board of Directors. Stefanie Goff, Julia Springsteen, and Scot Hutcheson, all from Hardin County, Larry Glass from Barren County, and Laura Hagan from Warren County, have all been appointed to a three-year term.

Stefanie, Julia, Scot, Larry and Laura will serve as liaisons between their communities and FAKH. They will also help ensure donations and funding received are used for their intended purposes to help acquire and distribute food to those in need throughout the 42 Kentucky counties we serve. You can read more about each of these great new additions below.

Stefanie Goff is the Director of Community Services for the Lincoln Trail District Health Department, and has worked at the health department in different roles since beginning her career there in 1998. She is responsible for health promotion, communicable disease, public health preparedness, community epidemiology, and clinic nursing services for the Lincoln Trail counties of Hardin, Larue, Marion, Meade, Nelson and Washington Counties. 

Goff received her Master of Science degree in Nursing from Bellarmine University, after receiving her Bachelor’s degree in Social & Behavioral Sciences from Western Kentucky University and Associate’s degree in Nursing from Elizabethtown Community College. She and her husband reside in Hardin County.

LARRY GLASS is the current President of Glass Holdings,  LLC and has many business ventures and partnerships since his first business, Glass Paving, Inc. was started in 1987.

In addition to his new position on the Board of Directors with FAKH, Glass is also on the board of Community Relief Fund, Community Medical, Open Arms Foundation, and South Central Bank. 

Glass graduated from Freed Hardeman University with a B.A. in Business Management, and is a resident of Barren County. He and his wife, Charlotte, have three adult sons. 

LAURA HAGAN  is a practicing attorney with the firm of Kerrick Bachert, PSC, with offices in Bowling Green, KY and Elizabethtown, KY. Hagan is registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, and her practice consists of assisting companies and individuals with their intellectual property needs, such as patents, trademarks, trade secrets, and copyrights. 

Hagan currently serves as the Chair of the Western Kentucky University Research Center, and is also a member of the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors for The Community Foundation of Southern Kentucky.

Hagan was born and raised in New Haven, KY and graduated from the University of Kentucky with Bachelor of Health Science in 1987 and with a Juris Doctor in 1993. 

SCOT HUTCHESON, a graduate of Murray State University, is a certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Financial Planner (CPA), and holds Securities Licenses (6, 63, 7, 65, 26).

Hutcheson is currently Vice President, Wealth Management Advisor, with Merrill Lynch, with responsibilities of providing guidance on financial planning, asset management, risk management and goal oriented outcomes. He was the Founder and President of Hutcheson Financial Solutions, LLC in 1993. 

He is affiliated with the American Institute of CPA’s and the KY Society of CPA’s. He was also named as the Accountant Advocate of the Year for Kentucky by the United States Small Business Administration. Hutcheson resides with his family in Hardin County. 

JULIA SPRINGSTEEN identifies needs in her community, both professionally and personally. 

Springsteen pursued a law degree and practiced, first in Virginia, and now in Kentucky. Her practice in Elizabethtown was dedicated to supporting local non-profit organizations, which then can better support the community’s most vulnerable. 

Again, looking at a vulnerable population, Springsteen formed Friends of Hardin County Animal Shelter, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization in 2014, to help fundraise for programs in support of homeless pets. She is also a charter investor and served on the core committee to develop “Heels Together” women’s fund to support worthy community programs designed to raise up women and girls in Hardin County. “Heels Together” is currently in its fourth year. 

Springsteen has also been active on The Heritage Council for several years, chairing and organizing the BBQ, Blues and Bikes Festival in 2018. She and her family live in Hardin County. 







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