Angie McDonald-Hackett joins Centre College Board of Trustees
October 20, 2011 By Laura Coleman Pritchard
member of Centre’s Board of Trustees during the College’s
annual fall meeting on Friday morning, Oct. 21.
Angie McDonald-Hackett of Louisville will be inducted as a member of Centre College’s Board of Trustees during the College’s annual fall meeting on Friday morning, Oct. 21.
McDonald-Hackett is the director of planned giving at the University of Louisville. Prior to that post, she spent several years in the financial industry as a private banker and as vice president at National City — now PNC. She has also worked in local government, as special assistant to the Louisville mayor and the director of affirmative action for the City of Louisville.
McDonald-Hackett currently serves on the board of directors for Actors Theatre of Louisville and the Bates Community Development Corporation. She was a member of the Business First Forty Under 40 class of 2002 and is a graduate of Leadership Louisville.
She is a 1991 graduate of Centre College and received her juris doctor from the University of Kentucky College of Law in 1994.
McDonald-Hackett was elected to Centre’s Board of Trustees during the annual spring meeting in April 2011, and her term officially began July 1, 2011.
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