Former Cynthiana Democrat editor, Randy Greene, who is now living in Danville, has been appointed to the position of executive director of the Ephraim McDowell Health Care Foundation (EMHCF). Greene has been the interim executive director since January 2011.
Greene served as the Grant Research and Development Analyst for EMHCF from 2009 until his appointment as interim executive director. During that time he secured over $300,000 in new grant awards and helped to manage nearly twice that amount of grants.
Prior to joining EMHCF, he was the marketing manager for Jackson MSC in Barbourville, Ky., and he served as marketing director for J.D. Legends/Strike Zone Lanes in Nicholasville, Ky.
Greene has a long history as an editor, working for companies including The Lexington Herald Leader, The Cynthiana Democrat, McGraw-Hill and Doubleday & Co.
“We are pleased to have Randy in his new position,” says Vicki A. Darnell, president and chief executive officer, Ephraim McDowell Health. “His past fundraising and marketing experience will help ensure future growth of our Foundation. The Foundation’s mission of enhancing the quality of health and medical care in Kentucky counties served by Ephraim McDowell Health is becoming more and more important because of the ever changing healthcare environment.”
Greene and his wife, Jane Tamme Greene, live in