Grammy nominated artist featured at Work Ready Kentucky Scholarship virtual press conference
Published on Jan 7, 2021
Work Ready Kentucky Scholarship virtual press conference featuring campaign spokesperson B. Stille of the Nappy Roots
- Paul Czarapata, Interim President, Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS)
- Aaron Thompson, President, Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education
- Mary Harville, President/CEO, Kentucky Lottery Corporation
- Work Ready Kentucky Scholarship recipients
- B. Stille, Work Ready Kentucky Scholarship spokesperson
10:00 a.m. (EST), January 12
Text questions to: 859.753.8310 before, during or after the event.
Media kit available at workreadykentucky.com.
Buffalo B. Stille of the Grammy nominated group Nappy Roots dropped out of college to follow his dreams of music. He promised his mother he would finish his degree and did so in 2019. Because he believes strongly in education, Stille, a Louisville native, signed on to help promote the Work Ready Kentucky Scholarship. The scholarship pays for up to 60 hours of college tuition for those who qualify.
In addition to discussing the scholarship, Stille will make an announcement about his music during the press conference.
He will be available all day on the 12th for one-on-one interviews. To schedule, contact Terri Giltner firstname.lastname@example.org or 859.227.8085.