Lacey A. Napper, attorney at Frost Brown Todd in Louisville, has been invited to join the inaugural class of “Leadership Bullitt County.” The new program consists of seven one-day sessions that provide unique opportunities to learn about the needs and resources of the Bullitt County community. Participants will tour local government, learn about businesses and economic development initiatives, and engage in various hands-on learning with practical applications. The program provides a foundation for building genuine partnerships and relationships with people from diverse segments of the community through networking and collaboration, and allows participants to identify their own leadership style and skills. The first session will be held on April 23. The program concludes on October 22 with a leadership graduation ceremony at the Bullitt County Chamber Annual Dinner at Paroquet Springs Conference Centre in Shepherdsville.
Napper practices in Frost Brown Todd’s Labor and Employment Practice Group. As a law school student, she represented the University of Louisville Louis D. Brandeis School of Law as a competitor at the American College of Trial Lawyers National Trial Competition. She also served as President of the Moot Court Board and as a member of the University of Louisville Law Review. She received her bachelor’s degree from Transylvania University.