Thomas More University business professor Jeni Al Bahrani was named as a new Kentucky Science and Technology Corporation board member.
Al Bahrani joins four newcomers to the board, comprised of volunteer leaders from Kentucky’s business, education, innovation, and economic development communities.
“I am excited to contribute to KSTC’s mission, vision, and work alongside other passionate individuals from business, education, innovation, entrepreneurship, and economic development communities,” Al Bahrani said in a press release. “Together, we will elevate Kentucky to new heights, fostering a brighter future for our commonwealth and beyond, providing support to entrepreneurs, innovators, start-ups, small businesses and academic researchers across Kentucky.”
The group is a nonprofit organization comprised of members representing regions throughout the commonwealth of Kentucky. Members support the organization by developing and managing creative initiatives in education, economic competitiveness, and scientific research. Members serve for three-year terms, up to two consecutive terms.