BOONE COUNTY, Ky. (August 9, 2021) – Members of the Northern Kentucky Legislative Caucus will gather this evening to honor Kristin Baldwin for her service to the region as the Vice-President of Government Affairs for the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce. Kristin is leaving the area because of a transfer of her husband. She will be presented with two resolutions, one from the State Senate and one from the State House, honoring her for her service to the region.
“We did not want her to go without her knowing how much we appreciate her being a fierce advocate for the Northern Kentucky Region in the Kentucky General Assembly the past several years,” said Caucus Chairman, State Sen. John Schickel.
“As chairman of the Budget Review Subcommittee on Transportation, I cannot say enough about how helpful Kristin has been in promoting the needs of our region,” State Rep. Sal Santoro said.
The mission of the NKY Chamber of Commerce is to promote and support the development of strong businesses and a vibrant economy in the Northern Kentucky region through leadership and advocacy, resulting in a better quality of life for all. Our vision is to be the premier membership organization driving Northern Kentucky’s pursuit to be a world-class region in which to start, develop and grow thriving businesses. Kristin Baldwin has played a fundamental role in the economic growth and development of the region.
The farewell reception for Mrs. Baldwin will be held tonight, Monday, August 9, at 5:30 P.M. EST at the Grandview Tavern in Fort Mitchell, located at 2220 Grandview Dr.
The Northern Kentucky legislative caucus is a non-partisan organization that promotes the best interests of the Northern Kentucky region. The caucus includes 17 legislative members from the State Senate and State House, including Senator John Schickel and Representative Sal Santoro. For more information on the Northern Kentucky Legislative Caucus membership, please visit this link. For more information on the NKY Chamber of Commerce, visit nkychamber.com/about.