Dustin Humphrey, partner at Skeeters, Bennett, Wilson, and Humphrey, has practiced law at the firm since 2010. In his work at the firm and through serving many small business clients, he’s all too familiar with how difficult it can be to find qualified employees.
“There is a great need for people with skills and certificates, and to meet that need, it’s important that we have a strong, vibrant community and technical college,” Humphrey said. “ECTC will be a driver of economic success for this region for a long time if we support it the way we need to support it.” When residents of the region have access to education and training programs that prepare them to be successful in local, in-demand jobs, he said, entire communities benefit.
Born and raised in Meade County, Humphrey earned his undergraduate degree from Bellarmine University, summa cum laude. He earned his law degree from the Salmon P. Chase College of Law at Northern Kentucky University, cum laude. His practice is focused on civil litigation, real estate, personal injury law, estate planning, probate, and business law. He also oversees the firm’s real estate title operations.
Humphrey is active in his community, being a member of the Hardin County Chamber of Commerce, Heart of Kentucky Realtors Association, Radcliff Small Business Association, and the Radcliff Rotary Club for many years. He also sits on the board of the Central Kentucky Community Foundation and serves as chairman of the Parish Council at St. Mary Magdelen of Pazzi in Payneville.
He and his wife, Cindy, live in Meade County and have four children.