As Brandon Fogle visits many areas of Kentucky in his role at South Central Bank, he’s noticed a common characteristic of thriving communities. Each offers strong education and workforce training opportunities. That, in part, is why he joined the Elizabethtown Community and Technical College Foundation Board.
“I’m excited about the direction our college is headed because I want this community to thrive,” he said. “For our community to be strong, ECTC has to be strong.”
He said ECTC’s vision to create new opportunities for students and to meet the talent needs of local businesses will grow the community. Also, ECTC’s low tuition and efforts to remove financial barriers for students are critical to ensuring access to higher education. Too many in our community are saddled with student debt, he said.
Fogle, a Breckinridge County native, is committed to serving the community through multiple
organizations including the Meade County Riverport Authority, where he serves as chairman, Knox Regional Development Alliance, Hardin County Chamber of Commerce, Presbyterian Homes and
Services of Kentucky, and the Elizabethtown Police Foundation.
He and his wife, Danelle, live in Vine Grove and have two children.