Kentucky Main Street Coordinator & Site Identification Program Manager for the Kentucky Heritage Council
Five Words About Me:
Compassionate, Outgoing, Feisty, Learner, Facilitator
One Surprising Skill:
I can talk to anyone!
Kitty Dougoud serves as both Coordinator of the Kentucky Main Street Program and Site Identification Program Manager for the Kentucky Heritage Council, the state preservation office. She joined KHC in 2013 after serving as the Main Street director in Georgetown since 2007. Kitty also serves on the Leadership Council of Main Street America.
Prior to her career with Main Street, Kitty taught 27 years with Scott County public schools and was an adjunct professor of art education at Georgetown College. She is a native of Ashland, KY and received her bachelor’s from the University of Kentucky. She has two sons, Jamey & Jackson and lives on Main Street in downtown Georgetown with her husband, Vince.
On the week-ends Kitty can be found in a few places: on her porch, in her flower garden, at the Farmer’s Market, exploring a community, looking for antique/art treasures, or taking a country ride with her husband, Vince.