Register now for the Leadership Louisville Luncheon

LG&E and KU Energy

2014 Leadership Louisville Luncheon

Thursday, August 28    Louisville Marriott Downtown


Register now or reserve a table sponsorship

We believe a community progresses when inspired leaders work together to tackle tough issues. In partnership with the Office of the Mayor, the Leadership Louisville Center’s annual luncheon serves up inspiration and empowers all who attend to step up and elevate our community.

Don’t miss Louisville’s biggest and best networking luncheon

The annual Leadership Louisville Luncheon will convene the region’s most influential leaders in business, government, nonprofits and civic engagement around the theme “Step Up Louisville,” with the goal to inform and inspire action around building a world-class community in the Louisville region.

Our Keynote Speaker

Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake

Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, mayor of Baltimore

Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake of Baltimore

The 2014 Leadership Louisville Luncheon will feature rising national leader, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake of Baltimore. Join us to learn how Mayor Rawlings-Blake is driving bold changes in how her city does business and the investments they are making to attract families, improve education and strengthen neighborhoods. 

Stephanie Rawlings-Blake was elected to her first full term as Mayor in 2011, receiving 87% percent of the vote in the mayoral general election. Mayor Rawlings-Blake has focused her administration on growing Baltimore’s population by 10,000 families over the next decade by improving public safety and public education and by strengthening city neighborhoods.  In 2013, Mayor Rawlings-Blake presented the City’s first long-range financial plan that includes a bold set of major reforms, and are the most significant changes to the way the City does business in generations.

Mayor Rawlings-Blake serves as vice president of the U.S. Conference of Mayors (USCM). In 2010, she was elected by her fellow mayors to the USCM Board of Trustees. She is also a member of the Mayor’s Water Council, and the Criminal and Social Justice Standing Committee.

Be a sponsor

Join our call to step up Louisville and invest as an Event Sponsor - click to learn moreFor more information call (502) 561-0458.

Presenting sponsor

LG&E and KY Energy

Diamond Sponsor

Baptist Healthcare System

Gold Sponsors

Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield Brown-Forman CorporationOgle Foundation

Kentucky Association of Counties
Ogle Foundation
Norton Healthcare

VIP Reception Sponsor

Stoll Keenon Ogden

Silver Sponsors

Business FirstDoe Anderson
Fifth Third BankTandem Public Relations

University of Louisville

Bronze Sponsors

CBRE|LouisvilleChaseCompaniesWoodThe Courier-JournalD.D. WilliamsonFrost Brown Todd
GEHorseshoe Southern IndianaLouisville Metro TVMPI PrintingStites & Harbison

The Lane Report
Galt House
Horseshoe Southern Indiana
Kentucky League of Cities
Louisville Water Company

Table Sponsors

Advanced Electrical Systems, Inc.

Al J. Schneider Co.

Archdiocese of Louisville

AT&T Kentucky


Baptist Health

Bellarmine University

Churchill Downs

Dean Dorton


Dinsmore & Shohl

Eaton Corporation


Ford Motor Company

Greater Louisville Inc.

Hilliard Lyons

Houston-Johnson, Inc.

Humana Inc.

IMI – Irving Materials, Inc.

Jefferson County Public Schools

KentuckyOne Health

Kentucky League of Cities

Kosair Charities

Landscape Structures/Countryside Play Structures

Louisville Convention & Visitors Bureau

Louisville Metro Government

Louisville Marriott Downtown

Messer Construction Co.

Metro United Way

Mountjoy Chilton Medley

Northwestern Mutual

Norton Healthcare 

PNC Bank

Papa John’s International

Poe Companies

Presbyterian Church U.S.A.

Transit Authority of River Cit (TARC)

University of Louisville

University of Louisville College of Business


U.S. Bank

Volunteers of America of Kentucky 


Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs

Yum! Brands, Inc.

* Sponsors as of August 12, 2014