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Junior Achievement of South Central KY Names Casey Bridge as President



Junior Achievement of South Central Kentucky announced today that Casey Birge has been named president. As president of the local Junior Achievement office, Birge will manage the organization’s work readiness, entrepreneurship, and financial literacy programs that currently reach almost 13,000 K-12 students in the area.

“We are excited about the appointment of Casey Birge,” stated Tim Maloney, Chairman of the Junior Achievement of South Central Kentucky Board of Directors. “The board is excited to welcome Casey to the organization. Casey brings a expertise and enthusiasm for our work, and strong management skills to JA,” said Tim Maloney.

Casey Birge is a graduate of Western Kentucky University where she earned degrees in both Business Administration and Organizational Leadership. She is a native of Evansville, Indiana but fell in love with the South Central Kentucky region while attending WKU. After graduation she traveled as a Leadership Development Consultant for a women’s nonprofit organization.

Casey has been working as a Learning Consultant developing instructor-led and e-learning financial training courses for Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Tennessee.

“I am excited and honored to join a strong organization like JA with such an important mission,” commented Casey Birge. “JA educates and inspires young people to own their economic success, dream big, and reach their potential by providing experiential learning opportunities. As President, I will work hard to ensure students in the region experience JA’s high-quality programs so they can gain the skills to succeed in their future careers and improve their quality of life.”

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