Staff

Jason HallMr. Jason D. Hall, Executive Director

Jason Hall, a native of Owensboro, KY, attended Campbellsville University and the University of Kentucky College of Law. Following law school, Jason served as Assistant Daviess County Attorney, working primarily on civil matters involving county government. In 2005, Jason relocated to Frankfort, where he worked for the Justice and Public Safety Cabinet, representing the Department of Corrections. While at Justice, Jason assisted with a complete overhaul of the administrative regulations relating to the Department, and served as the state administrator for the Interstate Agreement on Detainers. He subsequently spent four years as Deputy General Counsel to the Majority Leadership of the Kentucky State Senate, led by Senate President David Williams. In this role, Jason was involved in the development of public policy in several areas, and had the opportunity to work with many public interest groups. Jason lives in Lexington with his wife Jessica and is a member of Holy Spirit Parish.

Mr. Andrew J. Vandiver, Associate Director 

Andrew J. (“Andy”) Vandiver, Associate Director of the Catholic Conference of Kentucky.  A native of Island, KY, he 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.  Andy now focuses on education policy with the Catholic Conference of Kentucky.  Andy resides in Walton, Kentucky with his wife Kathryn and their children.

Mrs. Karen Chambers, Administrative Assistant

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Catholics @ the Capitol 2019
Catholics @ the Capitol events will be held across the Commonwealth in the coming weeks. This is a great opportunity to prepare for connecting with your legislators, especially if you have not done so before or if you often feel unprepared to reach out to your elected officials. At each event, CCK staff will provide a […]

Messenger Article on 2018 Elections
The October 19, 2018 Issue of The Messenger features an article titled “Kentucky voters encouraged to meet with candidates, can have a significant influence on legislation”.  You can find the article here. Please read it and share with friends and family.

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