MEET THE LIVE IN LOU CITY CHAMPS

Walter Woods

Walter Woods hasn’t been in Louisville long. He moved here in 2017 for a job opportunity and to move closer to family. As an enthusiast of the arts, Walter enjoys visiting performances by the orchestra and visiting the Speed Art Museum. In his free time he likes to hike, camp, and horse trek and his favorite restaurants include Mayan Café and Fork & Barrel.

Ask me about:
  • Louisville Arts
  • Traveling
  • Philanthropy
  • Activities in Lou
Diana Duran

Diana moved to Louisville in 2007 from Lima, Peru and instantly fell in love with the city and its welcoming people. As a member of Prospanica and the Greater Louisville International Professionals (GLIP), she appreciates the Louisville’s commitment to diversity as a Certified Welcoming City. In her spare time, she enjoys running through one of several Louisville parks.

Ask me about:
  • Running
  • Prospanica
  • Louisville Restaurants
  • Louisville Festivals

Michael moved to Louisville in 2015 from Washington, D.C. A Lawyer by trade, when he’s not working Michael likes to spend time with his kids, play basketball, fantasy football and baseball, and enjoy a good bourbon or beer. His favorite things to do in Louisville are walking the Big Four Bridge and visiting the Zoo and Actor’s Theatre.

Ask me about:
  • Louisville Law
  • Fantasy Sports
  • Bourbon
  • Family Activities in Lou
Jeanne Hilt

A former resident of Ohio, Southern California and Colorado, has been in Louisville since 1994. She regularly visits the Speed Art Museum and also enjoys local live music and plays at the Kentucky Center for the Arts. In her spare time she likes to walk her dog, socialize with her girlfriends at local wine bars and attend the many events and festivals in Louisville.

Ask me about:
  • Paristown Pointe
  • Speed Art Museum
  • Local Music
  • Louisville Parks

As a native Louisvillian, Candice prides herself in being a connector and helping new residents feel welcome and at home. Candice loves the small town feel mixed with a culture of diversity that Louisville offers. In her spare time, Candice enjoys visiting Louisville’s many beautiful parks and checking out all the local attractions.

Ask me about:
  • Places of Worship
  • Education
  • Newburg Neighborhood
  • Attractions in Lou

Randy has been in Louisville his whole life. He gives credit for keeping him engaged in his hometown to the low cost of living, central location, incredible arts and foodie communities, and the opportunities to be involved in so many wonderful organizations. He In his spare time, Ricky enjoys hot yoga, Orange Theory, hiking, cooking, and drinking bourbon.

Ask me about:
  • Marketing & Advertising
  • Bourbon
  • Frankfort Avenue
  • Louisville Arts

As President-elect of the Young Professional’s Association of Louisville, John prides himself in being a guru for all things Louisville related and is a go to person for young adults to get connected in the city. In his spare time, John enjoys running and bike riding through various Louisville parks.  

Ask me about:
  • KY Center for the Arts
  • Urban Bourbon Trail
  • Cycling
  • YPAL

As a native Louisvillian, Randy has lived here all his life and has never thought twice about leaving. An avid foodie, Randy enjoys dining out at his old favorites while trying new establishments on the scene. In his spare time, Randy enjoys visiting Louisville’s many breweries and bourbon distilleries.   

Ask me about:
  • The Highlands
  • Louisville Breweries
  • Bourbon
  • Restaurants

If you ask Rosemary, for new residents, finding a quality job in Louisville is the easy part. But it’s when a new resident learns about our city’s different neighborhoods, dining and nightlight scene, and where to have fun is when they are hooked.  

Ask me about:
  • Louisville Neighborhoods
  • Nightlife
  • Concerts
  • Louisville Parks

A new resident of Southern Indiana, Devin now serves as the Deputy Director of the River Ridge Development Authority, focusing on strategic development of the premier commerce center in Indiana. His interests include backpacking and long-distance hiking, Louisville City FC, live music, and travel.

Ask me about:
  • Southern IN
  • River Ridge
  • Hiking
  • Transitioning to the Area

A native of Louisville, Robert is convinced that Louisvillians are some of the most interesting and unique people in the world. And while Robert feels that the opportunities in Louisville are endless, it’s the city’s people and dynamic culture that he thinks makes Louisville stand out amongst the rest. 

Ask me about:
  • Golf
  • Tennis
  • Craft Cocktails
  • Music

Born in Ann Arbor, MI, Amanda has called Louisville home since she was little. She loves meeting new residents and getting them plugged into the local culture and fun happenings around town. For Amanda, the city’s unique combination of big city amenities and small town culture gives Louisville the unique personality that sets it apart.

Ask me about:
  • University of Louisville
  • Beechmont Neighborhood
  • Yelp Elite Squad
  • Local Events

Henry is a Louisville native and recent Centre College graduate. He couldn’t imagine starting his career anywhere else and now works in the horse racing industry. Louisville’s big-city opportunities and close-knit communities make the city what it is to Henry. On the weekend, you can find him exploring Louisville’s parks and restaurants or cheering on UofL and LouCity.

Ask me about:
  • Horse Racing
  • Louisville Parks
  • Louisville Restaurants
  • Local Government

It was Kimberly’s husband, a native Louisvillian, who convinced them to move back to Louisville by way of Tampa, FL in 2016. But once she arrived, Kimberly immediately fell in love with the city’s culture, restaurant scene and thriving job market that awaited her. Now an avid UofL sports fan, you can find Kimberly cheering on the Cardinals throughout the year!

Ask me about:
  • Junior League
  • St. Matthews
  • Catholic Schools
  • Tech Jobs in Lou

Despite moving to Louisville by way of Columbia, SC during high school, John stuck around and doesn’t plan on leaving. When John’s not on his continued quest to try every great burger in town, you can find him enjoying the walking trails of Cherokee Park, drinking bourbon at one of Louisville’s many cocktail lounges or throwing tomahawks at Flying Axes.

Ask me about:
  • YPAL
  • NuLu
  • Louisville Restaurants
  • Kentucky Derby Festival

Lori grew up in the Greater Louisville area, has left for work & school opportunities more than once, but always came back. Lori feels Louisville is a city where you can live a truly local life, supporting local businesses to fill just about every need/interest you have. She loves helping people find them, so feel free to ask!

Ask me about:
  • Distilleries
  • College Sports
  • Germantown
  • The Speed Art Museum

Ashley has been in Louisville since 1999 and is currently the Board President of the Louisville Independent Business Alliance (LIBA). She is a real estate broker but in her free time she can be found enjoying stand up paddle boarding, attending music festivals and live concerts, walking in Cherokee or Seneca Park and volunteering with her children’s schools.

Ask me about:
  • Real Estate
  • Local Music Scene
  • Louisville Parks
  • Local Business

Lisa moved to Louisville in 2005 originally as a trailing spouse from California and is now a proud Louisvillian by choice. Her favorite thing to do in Louisville is to try new places—especially those that serve brunch and drinks! She is a supporter of the arts and often attends both the ballet and the theatre. In her spare time, Lisa enjoys travelling and cooking.

Ask me about:
  • Travel
  • Louisville Restaurants
  • Louisville Arts
  • Entrepreneurship

Nate is a graduate of Bellarmine University and moved to Louisville in 2009. In his spare time he enjoys attending Louisville City Soccer games, playing sports, canoeing, and being outside. His favorite things to do in Louisville include visiting the Parklands of Floyds Fork, attending performances by the Louisville Orchestra, and going downtown to visit Museum Row.

Ask me about:
  • Louisville Sports
  • Outdoor Activities in Lou
  • Louisville Museums
  • The Highlands

Baylee was born in Louisville and has lived here on and off her whole life. She moved back to attend college at the University of Louisville and quickly remembered just how much she loved it. Baylee enjoys staying active by walking the Big Four Bridge, climbing at Climb NULU and doing yoga. Her favorite local restaurant is Royals Hot Chicken in NULU.

Ask me about:
  • Marketing & Comm’s
  • Rock Climbing
  • Louisville Arts
  • UofL

Ricky moved to Louisville in 2000 when his family was transferred here for his father’s job. Fluent in Spanish, Ricky serves as a member of the Prospanica Louisville Chapter, the Association of Latino Professionals for America (ALPFA). His activities include attending the many festivals, visiting the Slugger Museum, and supporting our area sports teams.

Ask me about:
  • Hispanic Culture in Lou
  • Prospanica
  • Local Sports
  • Local Government

Tiffany arrived in Louisville back in 2000 after attending school in Chicago. As a mother of two, Tiffany enjoys volunteering with their schools and staying involved in the community. In her spare time she enjoys live music and the Louisville Arts. Some of her favorite restaurants include Mussel & Burger, El Taco Luchador, Holy Grale, Jack Fry’s and many more.

Ask me about:
  • Getting Involved
  • Louisville HR
  • Louisville  Restaurants
  • Louisville Arts

Erica was born and raised in Louisville and has loved watching the city evolve from a sleepy southern town to a blossoming center of art and commerce. She enjoys all forms of art including visual, performing, and literary. In her spare time, Erica enjoys writing, doing yoga, sipping on good bourbon and exploring Louisville’s local ethnic food scene.

Ask me about:
  • Louisville Restaurants
  • Bourbon
  • Louisville Arts
  • Journalism in Lou

Born and raised in Louisville, Shaun has recently come back to the city to be closer to family. For Shaun, Louisville’s central location and breadth of opportunity is what makes us so great. Her favorite Louisville activities include attending performances at the Kentucky Center, attending the Louisville Zombie Walk and enjoying the world’s only underground zipline!

Ask me about:
  • Louisville HR Management
  • Louisville Arts
  • Louisville Restaurants
  • Zombie Walks

A native of Louisville but recent boomerang from Chicago, Teresa has been impressed with the growth Louisville had experienced when she returned in 2017. Her favorite things to do in Louisville include restaurant hoping around NULU and Bardstown Rd and going to the many street fairs and festivals throughout the year.

Ask me about:
  • Louisville Real Estate
  • Volunteer Opportunities
  • Festivals & Events
  • Louisville Restaurants

Ann Marie has lived in Louisville her entire life. As the Executive Director of the Young Professional Association of Louisville (YPAL), Anne Marie enjoys networking with new residents to get them connected within the Louisville community. Her favorite Louisville attractions include Churchill Downs, Actors Theatre, and Gravely Brewing.

Ask me about:
  • YPAL
  • Louisville Fitness
  • Louisville Restaurants
  • Traveling

Born and raised in Louisville, Lettie prides herself on being a strong advocate for education and equity across the city and values Louisville’s culture of inclusivity. And as a leadership guru, entrepreneur, and community activist, volunteering with several local nonprofit organizations in Louisville is Lettie’s way of giving back to the city she loves.

Ask me about:
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Community Service
  • Education
  • West Louisville

Bobby came to Louisville by way of Alabama and instantly felt at home due to the warmth and inclusion he received as a new resident. Since moving to the city, Bobby has enjoyed exploring our thriving food and cocktail scene, attending local music festivals, hitting the links and checking out the many distilleries along the Urban Bourbon Trail.

Ask me about:
  • NuLu Neighborhood
  • Startup Scene
  • Golf Courses
  • Bourbon

It was the University of Louisville that first brought Amanda here, but it was the friendly people, amazing parks and the abundance of restaurants that convinced her to stay. To Amanda, despite the fact that Louisville is a big city, the small town charm of the local residents means people are always willing to help their neighbors.

Ask me about:
  • Louisville Parks
  • Louisville Restaurants
  • Downtown Scene
  • Local Festivals

Although Melanie tried to move away from Louisville before, she always came back! Having experienced living in over 5 states, Melanie enjoys the big city culture in a city that has a small-town feel. When she’s not hitting the town or dining at one of our many restaurants, Melanie serves her community through her participation in Louisville’s thriving arts scene.

Ask me about:
  • Louisville Arts
  • Volunteering
  • YPAL
  • Nightlife

Emily came to Louisville by way of California and fell in love with our city’s eclectic culture. Emily sees Louisville as a town that takes the best parts from south, east and Midwest, and combines them all to create a truly unique personality. And as our Yelp community manager, Emily is an expert on what makes Louisville a great place to live, work and play.

Ask me about:
  • Yelp
  • The Highlands
  • Local Breweries
  • Arts Events

A native of Louisville, Stephanie believes the city’s fun nature is what makes us so distinctive! From our developed art scene to the abundance of outdoor adventure, Stephanie thinks Louisville offers a full package. In her spare time, you can find her shopping at one of Louisville’s many boutiques or exercising at one of several local gyms and fitness classes.

Ask me about:
  • Louisville Boutiques
  • Fitness
  • Louisville Public Schools
  • Louisville Arts

Katie Hicks was born and raised in Louisville and is a graduate of Bellarmine University. She is a nurse practitioner by day but in her spare time is an avid supporter of the arts and is a season ticket holder at the Kentucky Center. Her favorite things to do in Louisville include attending Kentucky Derby Festival Events and going to Louisville City FC soccer games.

Ask me about:
  • Tennis
  • Louisville Restaurants
  • Yoga & Meditation
  • Louisville Events

As a life-long resident of Louisville, Andrew is an expert in Louisville’s rich history of bourbon and horse racing, but his real love is the unique neighborhoods that make up the city. Having lived in over 25 homes in Louisville, Andrew has spent time getting to know each area in-depth and has a deep appreciation of Louisville’s culture of inclusivity.

Ask me about:
  • Relocation
  • Neighborhoods
  • Shopping Local
  • Schools

While it was family that brought Deby to Louisville, it was the southern hospitality and big city heart that kept her here. A Certified Tourism Ambassador, Deby loves exploring Louisville’s many haunted neighborhoods and taking in our Shakespeare in the Park festival. But her favorite part about Louisville is the people and their love for the city they call home.

Ask me about:
  • Old Louisville
  • Haunted Neighborhoods
  • Marine Moms
  • Visual Arts

A native of Minneapolis, MN, Karin has been in Louisville since 1999 and is here to stay. To Karin, Louisville has a unique personality and a style of its own. From our beautiful parks and neighborhoods to the vibrant culinary and cocktail scene, Karin feels Louisville is the country’s best kept secret!

Ask me about:
  • Anchorage
  • Volunteering
  • Activities in Lou
  • Real Estate

For Jonathon, Louisville is the definition of a creative, progressive city that moves and travels like a small town. And because of Louisville’s affordability, he feels it’s the perfect city to chase your passions and dreams without breaking the bank. On a typical weekend, you can find Jonathon catching a local rock show or dining at one of several Highlands restaurants.

Ask me about:
  • Creative Mornings
  • Vintage Shopping
  • Southern Indiana
  • Louisville Music Scene

Born and raised in Louisville, Alex loves the city because the people are friendly, there’s plenty to do, and it’s affordable. A resident of Louisville’s historic south end, Alex enjoys sampling all the local food, meeting new people, and spending time with his new bride.

Ask me about:
  • Louisville Restaurants
  • South End Neighborhoods
  • Chamber of Commerce
  • Things to Do

John moved back to Louisville in 2005 after being away for about 10 years. A passionate volunteer, John serves on a number of local boards such as is a member of the Center for Neighborhoods, the Olmsted Parks Conservancy and Louisville Public Media. John enjoys exploring new restaurants and attending arts and cultural events around Louisville.

Ask me about:
  • Louisville Neighborhoods
  • Journalism & Publishing
  • Louisville Arts
  • Louisville Parks

Born and raised in Louisville, Tricia prides herself in ensuring new residents feel welcome in her hometown. A resident of Louisville’s Cherokee Triangle neighborhood, on a typical weekend you can find Tricia and her husband hosting neighbors and friends on their front porch. In her spare time, Tricia serves on a wide variety of charitable boards and committees.

Ask me about:
  • Catholic Churches
  • Cherokee Triangle
  • YMCA
  • Louisville Parks

Alana moved from Princeton, NJ to Louisville in 2015. Having grown up on the East Coast, the move to Louisville was significant. However, it didn’t take long for Alana to embrace her new city and once she did, she fell in love with the abundance of parks, local food scene and ease of getting involved in anything and everything!

Ask me about:
  • Local Bakeries
  • Germantown
  • Philanthropy
  • Downtown Restaurants

Miriam moved to the region in 2017 from Texas and is now living a new type of southern living and loving every moment. She resides in Southern Indiana, works in Louisville and plays throughout the region. She enjoys the growing food scene, the diverse art culture, and attending local markets and festivals.

Ask me about:
  • Southern Indiana
  • Local Food Scene
  • Louisville Art Scene
  • Louisville Festivals

Brian is a boomerang who grew up in Louisville but after a few years away, decided to make his return home. From his adoration of bourbon, the city’s vibrant culinary scene, and dynamic nightlife arena, Brian enjoys the southern charm of Louisville’s social atmosphere. He is an avid supporter of the University of Louisville athletics and a football season ticket holder.

Ask me about:
  • Urban Bourbon Trail
  • Downtown Louisville Bars
  • Public Golf Courses
  • Louisville Tourism

A Western Kentucky native, Caleb landed in Louisville to attend college at UofL. It was the friendly people, ease of getting around town and abundance of job opportunities that kept him in the city upon graduation. A lover of bourbon, in his free time, Caleb enjoys dining and gallery hoping in the Crescent Hill neighborhood. the restaurant scene and galleries

Ask me about:
  • Bourbon Scene
  • Louisville Galleries
  • NULU Neighborhood
  • Restaurants

A Californian by birth, Jess and her family relocated to Louisville when she was young. But it was Louisville’s can-do attitude and incredible willingness to update, re-create, and evolve that made her want to stay. To Jess, whether it’s big hats, baseball bats, or bourbon, Louisvillian’s are willing to embrace it all!

Ask me about:
  • Dog Hill
  • Goose Creek Neighborhood
  • Startups
  • Big Four Bridge

A Chicago native, Joe moved to Louisville in 2014 upon graduation from Kentucky State University. It’s Louisville’s “best of both worlds” vibe, with a strong urban core, blended with the calming aspects of the more rural surrounding areas, that has kept him here since. In his free time, you can find him jogging through Louisville’s park system and hanging out in his favorite neighborhood of Portland.

Ask me about:
  • Technology
  • Portland Neighborhood
  • Professional Networking Events
  • Louisville Restaurants

As a native Louisvillian, Amy believes the city’s amazing food and bourbon scene, outstanding park system and diversity is what has kept her here all these years. An avid hiker, in her spare time you can find Amy enjoying one of the many park systems.

Ask me about:
  • Local Hiking Trails
  • Louisville Parks
  • Big Four Bridge
  • Regional Day Trips

Born and raised in Louisville, Kim has experienced living in several neighborhoods, from Crescent Hill to Shelbyville. By day, Kim enjoys the bustling atmosphere of Louisville’s downtown corridor, but by night, she thrives on the simplicity of Louisville’s rural surroundings. In her free time, Kim loves gardening and supporting the arts, frequenting performances often.

Ask me about:
  • Louisville Catholic Schools
  • Gardening
  • Louisville Arts
  • Shelby County Destinations

Although a Kentuckian by birth, Sydney moved to Louisville 10 years ago via London, England, upstate NY and Indianapolis, IN. Sydney’s favorite activities include trying the ever-changing local food scene, biking on both urban and rural bike paths, and lounging at the world-renowned, Lakeside Swim Club.

Ask me about:
  • Local Restaurants
  • Triathlon Training
  • Lakeside Swim Club
  • Lyndon

A boomerang from Charlotte, NC, Connie grew up in Louisville and has enjoyed witnessing the exciting growth that the city has experienced in recent years. Connie enjoys Louisville’s strong music scene, unique art murals splashed around town, and the countless restaurants. But to Connie, Louisville’s true gems are the Big Four Walking Bridge and Jefferson Memorial Forest.

Ask me about:
  • Music Scene
  • Big Four Bridge
  • Jefferson Memorial Forrest
  • Louisville Arts

A Louisville native, Debbie is a go to resource for your relocation questions and needs! Debbie currently serves as the Director of Corporate Relocation Business Development with Semonin Realtors where she works closely with existing and perspective Louisville companies and their transferees each day. A diehard ice hockey mom at heart, in her free time Debbie enjoys spending time with her family attending Indy car races, volunteering, and enjoying the local music scene.

Ask me about:
  • Relocation
  • Louisville & Southern IN Neighborhoods
  • Getting Connected
  • Ice Hockey

New to Louisville by way of Texas, Chantel has thoroughly enjoyed exploring her new hometown and meeting the city’s friendly residents. And while she hasn’t been in the city long, she’s thoroughly enjoyed exploring the many unique neighborhoods and restaurants and is eager to meet new people!

Ask me about:
  • Teach Kentucky
  • New to Louisville
  • Relocation
  • Things to Do

Originally from a small town in Missouri, John planted his roots in Louisville upon graduating college in 2006. On a typical weekend, John and his family enjoy spending time outdoors, taking advantage of the the multitude of recreational activities. But on the first Saturday in May, you can be certain that John will be at the Kentucky Derby, betting on the horses with a mint julep in hand!

Ask me about:
  • KY Derby Week
  • Horse Racing
  • Recreational Activities
  • Chamber of Commerce

After 12 years away, Tom recently moved back to Louisville in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic. Thanks to the technology shift to remote work, Tom isn’t looking back and is thrilled to be back in the Derby City for good! Tom finds value in Louisville’s high quality of life, mixed with its low cost of living and is eager to acclimate new and perspective residents to the place he once again calls home.

Ask me about:
  • Shred 415 Studio
  • Louisville Bike Trails
  • Old Louisville
  • Technology

Tina and her husband relocated to Louisville by way of Oregon a few years ago and hasn’t looked back since. Although she describes Louisville as a small town, she feel the city’s big heart, talent, creativity and indentureship makes it so special. A lover of craft beer, Tina enjoys Louisville’s vast brewery scene and spending time dining in her favorite neighborhood of Germantown.

Ask me about:
  • Germantown Neighborhood
  • Logan Street Market
  • Local Breweries
  • Relocating to Louisville

A graduate of UofL, Ed knew he wanted to stay in Louisville upon graduating to start his career. A resident of the St. Matthews neighborhood, Ed thinks Louisville is the perfect place to raise a family. In his spare time, Ed enjoys exploring the abundance or parks in the region and taking his family to UofL sporting events.

Ask me about:
  • St. Matthews Attractions
  • Philanthropy
  • UofL Sports
  • Louisville Parks

Born and raised in Louisville, Tamara prides herself in the fact that the city boats a diverse culture with a variety of activities for people to participate in. As an employee for JCPS, she is your go to girl for all questions related to Louisville’s public school system. 

Ask me about:
  • Kentucky State University
  • Beuchel Neighborhood
  • Jefferson County Public Schools
  • Festivals

Although Marlyce has lived abroad, Louisville is and will always be considered home. In an ode Louisville native, Muhammad Ali, Marlyce loves the fighter spirit she feels that shines through our city’s residents.  

Ask me about:
  • West Louisville
  • Louisville Parks
  • University of Louisville
  • Community Engagement

A native of Lexington, Keith has called Louisville home since 1999 and hasn’t looked back since. For Keith, living in Louisville has many perks, from our world class sports and entertainment scenes, to also being an accepting and vibrant community, there is something for everyone in Louisville.  

Ask me about:
  • Louisville Sports
  • Museums
  • The Walking Bridge
  • The Highlands

Originally from Indiana, Kelsey has been a Louisvillian for nearly 5 years and has fallen in love with the southern and friendly culture. Always up to try new things, you can find Kelsey around town enjoying new dining establishments, cocktails lounges and attractions. 

Ask me about:
  • NULU Restaurants
  • Downtown Lousiville
  • Louisville Attractions
  • Local Arts Scene

Growing up in all different parts of the country, Austin is thrilled to now call Louisville his home. A graduate from Centre College and University of Louisville, Austin is thoroughly enjoying his time as a young professional in his adopted city. In his spare time, you can find Austin playing the guitar and attending local concerts.  

Ask me about:
  • Guitar
  • Centre College
  • Louisville Music Scene
  • Chamber of Commerce

A resident of Louisville for most of her life, Rachel feels the city’s unique neighborhoods that showcase a wide blend of cultures really sets us apart. For Rachel, no matter what part of town you’re in, each resident embodies heart and passion for their city.  

Ask me about:
  • Beechmont Neighborhood
  • Louisville Tourism
  • Louisville Parks
  • Iroquois Amphitheater

A resident of Louisville by way of Michigan, Nathan has lived in the River City since 2004 and hasn’t looked back since. Nathan feels his extensive military background can offer valuable insight to the Reservist or National Guard Airman or Soldier looking to relocate to Louisville. In his free time, you can find him exploring the city’s extensive park system.  

Ask me about:
  • National Guard
  • Paristown Point
  • The Parklands
  • Veteran’s Association of Real Estate Professionals

A boomerang back to Louisville by way of Buffalo, NY, Caroline couldn’t wait to get back to her hometown. To Caroline, it’s the friendliness of the people, the availability of entertainment and activities, and the affordability of living that makes Greater Louisville so special. In her spare time, you can find Caroline biking and swimming at Lakeside.  

Ask me about:
  • Waterfront Botanical Gardens
  • Lakeside Swim Club
  • The Highlands
  • Biking

For Pai, it’s Louisville’s small town with a big city feel that makes us so great. He feels that Louisville has been a well-kept secret all of these years and is excited to witness the growth and national recognition the city’s been receiving of late. On a weekend night, you can find Pai strolling through NULU or boating on the Ohio River.

Ask me about:
  • Boating on the Ohio River
  • NULU Entertainment
  • Waterfront Park
  • Anchorage

A native of Owensboro, KY Heather moved to Louisville as a young girl and has always loved how residents welcome people with open arms. She loves Louisville’s reputation as a ‘foodie’ city with plenty of local and authentic restaurants to choose. In her free time, Heather enjoys the Louisville Ballet, as well as other various family-friendly activities around town  

Ask me about:
  • Louisville Ballet
  • Locally-Owned Restaurants
  • Crescent Hill
  • Catholic School System

Growing up in Louisville, Pam has always been passionate about her city. To Pam, Louisville’s uniqueness, from its nationally recognized restaurant scene to it’s robust park system, is what makes our city such a great place to relocate to no matter what stage of life you’re in – young professional, raising a family or into your retirement years – Louisville has something for everyone! 

Ask me about:
  • Lakeside Masters
  • Louisville Restaurants
  • Louisville Parks
  • Sacred Heart Academy

As the Executive Director for the Young Professionals Association of Louisville, Cassidy is a fantastic resource for young professionals getting acclimated to the city. A native of Western Kentucky, Cassidy has always loved the big city feel of Louisville while also maintaining a southern charm.  

Ask me about:
  • YPAL
  • Louisville Festivals
  • Networking
  • Louisville Parks