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Gov. Bevin appoints Maggie M. Krueger, Columbia, to board

Maggie Kruger will represent parents on Juvenile Justice Advisory Board
Click on headline for complete list of appointments to the board

Information from Gov. Matt Bevin's Communications Office

FRANKFORT, KY (Fri 19 Jan 2018) - Gov. Matt Bevin has appointed Maggie M. Kruger, of Columbia, KY, to the Juvenile Justice Advisory Board.

The complete list of appointees to the board, which also includes Alexys Bardonaro, Julie Reinhardt Ward, Jontae Minor, Joan Lisa Byer, Michelle Oakley, Justin D. Miller, Kimberly Wiukenhofer Shumate and Christina Weeter, follows:

  • Maggie M. Krueger, of Columbia, is retired. She will represent parents and serve for a term expiring September 15, 2021
  • Alexys Bardonaro, of Lexington, is a student at the University of Kentucky. She will represent youth under 24 and serve for a term expiring September 15, 2020
  • Judge Julie Reinhardt Ward, of California, is a circuit judge in Campbell County. She will represent the Circuit Judges Association and serve for a term expiring September 15, 2020
  • Jontae Minor, of Madisonville, is a high school student. He will represent youth under 24 and serve for a term expiring September 15, 2021
  • Judge Joan Lisa Byer, of Louisville, is a family law mediator. She will represent youth advocates and serve for a term expiring September 15, 2018
  • Michelle Oakley, of Shelbyville, is director of special education for Shelby County Public Schools. She will represent local school district special education administrators and serve for a term expiring September 15, 2019
  • Dr. Justin D. Miller, of Louisville, is a social work professor at the University of Kentucky. He will represent current or former participants in the juvenile justice system and serve for a term expiring September 15, 2021
  • Judge Kimberly Wiukenhofer Shumate, of Radcliff, is a district judge in Hardin County. She will represent the District Judges Association and serve for a term expiring September 15, 2021
  • Christina Weeter, of Louisville, is the Division of Student Success director for the Kentucky Department of Education. She will represent Department of Education Employees and serve for a term expiring September 15, 2021.
The Juvenile Justice Advisory Board develops program criteria for early juvenile intervention, diversion and prevention projects.


This story was posted on 2018-01-19 21:19:37
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