Three Elected to Serve as Trustees

Three Elected to Serve as Trustees

on Dec 17, 2013 in News

Baptist Seminary of Kentucky’s Board of Trustees have elected three new members to the Board. Trustees serve three-year terms and give oversight to the mission and operations of the Seminary through shared governance with the President, faculty, and staff.

 

BBDr. Robert Browning is senior pastor of First Baptist Church in Frankfort, KY. Dr. Browning brings a vast working knowledge of the area from serving as pastor of churches in Kentucky and Georgia over the last 40 years. He is a past advisor on Emory University’s Candler School of Theology Baptist Studies Board and served as chairman for the Board of Visitors at McAfee School of Theology. Dr. Browning is a graduate of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, and he and his wife, Jackie, reside in Frankfort.

 

MCMike Collins is a native of Georgia but has made Central Kentucky his home since graduating from Georgetown College in 1975. He is a retired sales executive from Proctor & Gamble’s pharmaceutical division and is currently staying busy implementing new sales strategies on a part-time basis for a local enterprise. Mike and his wife, Becky, are members of Faith Baptist Church in George-town where he serves as a deacon, teacher, member of the Administrative Committee, and choir member.

 

EMDr. Everett McCorvey, from Montgomery, Alabama, received his undergraduate degrees and D.M.A. from the University of Alabama. Dr. McCorvey holds the rank of Professor of Voice and the Lexington Opera Society Endowed Chair in Opera Studies, and is the Director and Executive Producer of University of Kentucky Opera Theatre. As a tenor soloist, he has enjoyed critical acclaim and has performed in many prestigious venues around the globe, including the Kennedy Center, Radio City Music Hall, the Metropolitan Opera, and Italy’s Teatro Comunale. Dr. McCorvey is also vice-chairman of the Kentucky Arts Council and serves on the board of the National Association of State Arts Agencies and the Alltech World Equestrian Games Federation Board. He is married to Alicia Helm and they attend First Presbyterian Church in Lexington.