Date(s) - 04/20/2019
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
the Little Loomhouse
The Little Loomhouse Lecture Series presents
Vicki Welch and the Changes to South Louisville Over Time
Saturday, April 20th at 2 pm. $5 members/$10 non-members
all proceeds benefit the Little Loomhouse Preservation Fund.
About Vicki Welch
The Louisville Metro Council selected Vicki Aubrey Welch on March 9, 2006, to fill a vacant seat in District 13. She was elected to a full term in November 2006 and re-elected in November 2010 and 2014. The neighborhoods and areas represented in District 13 include Auburndale, Fairdale, Commerce Crossings, Renaissance Business Park, Okolona, Yorktown, and Valley Station. Included also is the largest urban forest in America, the Jefferson Memorial Forest, now over 6,600 acres.
In 2018, the Councilwoman is Vice Chair of the Metro Council’s Health and Education Committee. She is also a member of the Parks and Sustainability Committee and Community Affairs and Housing Committee.
Since 2009, Councilwoman Welch has been a member of National League of Cities Human Development Steering Committee. In 2014 and 2015, she served as that Committee’s Chair. She hosted that group of 40 national legislators in Louisville Metro for an HD Committee conference in late May 2009 which focused on touring the South Park TAPP (Teen Age Pregnancy Program) School in District 13 as a part of their legislative topics.
Vicki’s professional experience has been as a Registered Nurse since 1976 in various Louisville area hospitals in the ICU, Recovery, Surgery and Newborn Nursery departments. She also worked for AmeriHealth Mercy for 10 years as a Nurse Reviewer and Nursing Home Liaison.
As a lifetime resident of Louisville Metro, Vicki was born in the Portland area, grew up in the Churchill Downs area and has lived in Yorktown North Subdivision since 1989. She graduated from Iroquois High School and KY Baptist Hospital School of Nursing.
Currently Vicki serves on many community Advisory Boards as follows:
1. Mayor’s Healthy Hometown Leadership Team
2. ElderServe Inc.
3. U of L School of Public Health,
4. Public Health and Information Systems
5. BOUNCE Coalition
6. Kentuckiana Health Collaborative
She was appointed to the Leadership Teams for the Louisville Putting Prevention to Work $7.9 million two year federal grant and Communities Transformation Grant $721,000/year 5 year grant from the CDC (Centers for Disease Control).
Within the District 13 area, Vicki also serves on the Fairdale High School Heavy Equipment and Safety Careers Advisory Boards, FHS Principal’s Cabinet, and Fairdale Elementary FRC Advisory Board. She is a member of the Fairdale Lions Club, Fairdale Community Club, Fraternal Order of Eagles #2173, and Beechmont Woman’s Club.