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Originally from Princeton, Kentucky, Josh graduated from the University of Kentucky in 2008 with a B.A. in English and received his J.D. from the University of Kentucky College of Law in 2012. In 2016, Josh moved his law practice to Shelbyville and in 2017 partnered with Attorney Amy Oliver to form Berkley Oliver PLLC where his primary areas of practice are Trust and Estate Planning and Probate.  Josh is also a member of the Kentucky Bar Association

Josh and his wife, Katie, moved to Shelbyville in 2017 and welcomed a daughter in late 2018. Having grown up in rural areas, they are excited to return to their roots and be part of the Shelby County community.

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Josh Berkley


Class of 2019


Jennifer is a 1989 graduate of Shelby County High School, a writer for Shelby Life Magazine, and an organist for Mr. Moriah Baptist Church.  She retired from the Kentucky State Police in 2012 and also serves on the boards for Kiwanis and the Shelby County High School Hall of Fame.

She is married to Shelby County Sheriff Mark Moore (Leasdership Shelby Class of 2017), and enjoys spending time with her three childred (Cali, Hunter, and Shelby) and two grandchildren (Oakley and Briar).

Jennifer Moore

Vice President

Class of 2020

Brian has served on the Leadership Shelby board since 2014 and is a past board president. He also serves on the Shelbyville Fountain Committee, has served on the finance committee of Living Waters Church, on the board and finance committee of Cornerstone Christian Academy, and is a member of Southeast Christian Church. Brian grew up in Simpsonville, graduated Shelby County High School in 1982 and holds a degree from the University of Kentucky. After some years away in Lexington, San Antonio and London, England, he returned to Shelby County in 1998 with his wife and three children and lives in Shelbyville. He is an Executive Vice President and the Chief Information Officer with Citizens Union Bank.


Brian McMullan


Class of 2013


Kimberly has been a licensed Real Estate Agent since 2007.  A serial entrepreneur and "Jane of All Trades" she has worked in a variety of industries and owns several small businesses. She's always ready for her next business adventure or helping others start their own. Since moving to her husband's hometown of Shelbyville in 2017 she has started a woman's group for others new to the area.  


When Kimberly's not working she can usually be found spending time with her family, co-leading her Girl Scout troop, or vacationing somewhere with warm weather and a beach. She's an avid lover of books and coffee; not necessarily in that order. Being from Louisville where there are restaurants in abundance she's a self-proclaimed “foodie”. Her most recent personal project is working with her husband to cultivate a self-sustaining homestead on their five acres.

Kim McIntosh


Class of 2019

Darlene serves as the Executive Director of Leadership Shelby. Having moved to Shelbyville in 2013, she immediately fell in love with Shelby County and happily calls it home. She had the opportunity to be a part of Leadership Shelby’s Class of 2017. Learning more about the area only furthered her love of the community.

Darlene also has a passion for event planning and logistics and is the founder of Darlene Snow Event Planning & Management. She feels privileged to serve on the Board of Directors of Habitat for Humanity of Shelby County with a focus on fundraising and volunteer management. In addition, she serves on the Board for the Shelby County Chamber of Commerce. Both of those allow her to advocate for local businesses and organizations and give back to her community.

Darlene also is the Executive Director for Shelby Main Street where she and her team help advocate for Shelbyville's wonderful downtown through economic development, design, and promotion.  

When she’s not working or volunteering, she spends her time focused on personal and professional learning and playtime with her two pups, Ruger and Bailey.

Darlene attended the Indiana School of Fundraising through an accelerated course for fundraising management.


Darlene Snow

Executive Director

Class of 2017

Gregory Burton Behm was born in Carbondale, Illinois in 1984. The oldest of two children, he spent most of his time playing basketball, which makes sense since he is 6’ 7”. He also rode dirt bikes and four wheelers. When he graduated high school, he went on to attend John A Logan Community College in Carterville.


This is where he met his lovely wife, Sarah. They got married when he was 21. They have three children, Braden, Eveiah, and Madilynn. They moved to Shelbyville in December of 2018 and opened Sluggers Roofing in September of 2019. Operating his own business has provided him with many opportunities to support the local community. Sluggers loves to donate their time and money to benefit Shelby County and the people within it. Supporting local and empowering other small and family-owned businesses is important to Greg.


As the President of the Class of 2023, Greg is enthused to be a Leadership Shelby Board member and be able to ensure future classes have as wonderful an experience as he did.

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Greg Behm


Class of 2023

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Kelly Cable is the owner and chief instructor of Cable Shotokan Karate located in Shelbyville, Kentucky. He teaches traditional Japanese Karate, Kobudo, and modern defensive tactics.  From 1990 to 2001, Mr. Cable was the promoter of the annual Valentine Classic Martial Arts Championships, drawing hundreds of competitors throughout the Midwest. 
Mr. Cable has also promoted other events and seminars throughout his career including;
-          The Kentucky Functional Fitness Championship
-          The Belknap Festival Functional Fitness Competition
-          Self Defense seminars/presentations throughout Kentucky
(e.g., Jefferson County Public Schools, Center for Women and Families, Greater Louisville Association of Realtors)
Mr. Cable is currently a Sergeant with the Shelbyville Police Department and serves in several roles including; Community Resource Officer, Public Information Officer, and Training Administrator.

Kelly Cable


Class of 2020


Holly is a strategic marketing manager for UofL Health. In that role, she has served as the community relations manager for the UofL Health – Shelbyville Hospital for nearly 20 years. Prior to joining the hospital organization, Husband was director of the Bingham Fellows program for Leadership Louisville. A graduate of the University of Louisville, she and her husband, Tony have two grown children and are active members of Centenary United Methodist Church.

Holly Husband


Class of 2006


Kris is a graduate of Shelby County High School, Parris Island and the University of Louisville. He has been in the banking industry for 15 years and has worked in credit, business development, small business lending and commercial lending. His primary focus over the previous 10 years has been commercial lending, specifically Commercial Real Estate and Commercial/Industrial.

He and his wife have three children and they currently reside in eastern Jefferson County, just across the Shelby County line. Kris was born in Colorado but has lived most of his life in Shelby County, KY. He enjoys most sports, especially golf, and can play several on a basic level. He has a passion for the outdoors and greatly enjoys hunting turkey, deer and all big game.

Kris is an active member of Fellowship Church of Louisville and currently serves on numerous boards and community organizations. He is the Past-President of the Shelby County Chamber of Commerce and the current President of the Kiwanis Club of Shelbyville. You can bump into him at most events related to the following organizations: Shelby County Chamber of Commerce, Leadership Shelby, Kiwanis Club of Shelbyville, and Fellowship Church of Louisville.

Kris Hayden


Class of 2016


Originally from Springfield, Illinois, Jon was a member of the Leadership Shelby Class of 2022, was elected President of his class, and serves on the Leadership Shelby Board.

Jon serves Shelby County as Deputy Judge Executive of ​Shelby County, being appointed to that office by Judge Executive Dan Ison in August of 2020. He represents Shelby County, and Kentucky as National Association of Counties (NACo) subcommittee Vice Chair of the Community, Economic and Workforce Development Steering Committee and to the NACo Membership Standing Committee.


He previously served Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron, and Governor Matt Bevin, as Executive Director of Constituent Services for both offices. Jon has served on the Historic Properties Advisory Commission and the Kentucky Heritage Council. He previously served as Chairman of the Governor's 2020 U. S. Census Task Force, where he was recognized by the Kentucky Youth Advocates for his work, and was appointed Chairman of the Kentucky America's Independence Semiquincentennial Commission in preparation for celebrating America’s 250th birthday.


He and his wife, Tracey, live in Mt. Eden, KY. They are parents to four children and seven grandchildren.

Jon Park


Class of 2020

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Candice is a proud alumnus of the Leadership Shelby Class of 2018 and is currently serving as the Human Resources Director for the City of Shelbyville. She has spent most of her career in public service, working for local and quasi-governmental organizations in Kentucky. Candice is a graduate of Samford University and holds a Masters of Public Administration (MPA) degree from Eastern Kentucky University. One of her passions is leadership and workforce development, and she currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Kentucky Public Human Resources Association (KPHRA) in addition to serving on the Board of Directors for Leadership Shelby.

Although Candice grew up in East Africa, she returned to Shelbyville to put down roots after leaving when she was four years old. Shelby County is a wonderful place to live, work, and play and she looks for ways to serve her community and take advantage of her surroundings at every opportunity!

Candice Selph


Class of 2018


Kelsey is a graduate of Young Leaders, Leadership Shelby & Shelby County High School. She continued her education at The University of Louisville earning a Bachelors degree in Political Science and Paralegal Studies where she started her career at The Graney Law Office here in Shelbyville as a Legal Assistant. She quickly discovered her passion for Early Childhood Education and has been with the Ohio Valley Educational Cooperative since 2016.  She holds a Masters degree from the University of Dayton in Early Childhood Leadership and Advocacy and sees daily the impact that early intervention has on our youngest learners. Kelsey enjoys spending time with her husband, Bryton and three daughters exploring the community she loves so much.

Kelsey Turley


Class of 

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