Women Leading Kentucky is expanding its popular roundtable series to four each in fall and winter.
"I love it because we're serving more women," said Janet Holloway, co-founder of the non-profit.
The expansion comes because of a partnership with Kentucky State University. As part of that, the kick-off for the fall roundtables will be held in Frankfort at the Thomas D. Clark Center for Kentucky History.
The organization tested such an expansion earlier this year with a Frankfort roundtable featuring Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes, Holloway said.
The event was well attended, Holloway said, and evidence the organization could expand its series geographically.
"While Women Leading Kentucky is a statewide nonprofit, most of our programs are right here in Lexington," she said. "We're thrilled to be partnering with KSU to be expanding our outreach outside of Lexington and introducing new people to each other."
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