When Dana Johnson decided to take on the role of chairperson for the first annual Gals & Guys Hats & Ties event on Thursday, March 21 at Churchill Downs, she knew she was one step ahead of the game with access to the perfect venue to host just about any event.
Being on a Regent ship is like being a princess in a fairy tale. Your every wish is their command. Food, drink, entertainment, shopping, spa treatments, concerts, lectures, bridge – whatever you want – is provided by the staff, with a smile. All of the wait-staff in four dining rooms greet you by name and a smile each time they see you.
I think about this Mayor Daley quote a lot. Like any businessperson, I have hired tremendous people, and I have hired some who didn’t quite work out. Like Jesus, I’ve been denied, doubted and betrayed, but also like Jesus, I’ve found smart and loyal people who help me get my message out.
As senior vice president of education and community arts at The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts, Heather Weston Bell oversees the many diverse arts education and outreach initiatives offered by the Center. Besides being a nationally recognized venue for the performing arts, The Center makes great investments in bolstering arts awareness and helping people of all ages discover their “inner-artist.”