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CCK Welcomes New Associate Director24 Sep

The Catholic Conference of Kentucky is proud to welcome our new Associate Director, Andrew J. Vandiver. Andy, a andynative of Island, KY, attended Western Kentucky University and the Salmon P. Chase College of Law at Northern Kentucky University.  Following law school, Andy was hired by a Covington, Kentucky based law firm where he primarily served clients in the areas of business law and litigation.  His practice also included pro bono service to non-profit organizations and individuals facing difficult financial circumstances.  Outside of his law practice, Andy devoted a significant amount of time to advising public officials on legal issues impacting religious liberty, the sanctity of life, and marriage and family. Andy is a member of St. Barbara Parish in Erlanger, Kentucky, where he is actively involved in the young adult ministry.  He resides in Walton, Kentucky with his wife Kathryn and their daughter Victoria.

Andy’s principle responsibilities with CCK will involve issues related to education, particularly in advancing school choice initiatives and building relationships with other organizations and groups dedicated to improving public and private education.

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