American Association of University Women - Bluegrass
Facebook page

Twitter: @AAUW
Pauline Van Horn Bluegrass Central Branch 
Public Policy Liaison: Gae Broadwater, 502.320.0044
General email: 

Gae Broadwater, Together Frankfort Liaison​​
Represent US
P.O. Box 60008
Florence, MA 01062

Facebook Page

Twitter: @representus @DJamesJameson 
Josh Silver, Exe. Dir. & Co-founder James Jameson

Ph. ​855.585.8100

General Email:

Karen Carey, Together Frankfort Liaison

Woods & Waters Land Trust, Inc.
P O Box 6967, Frankfort KY 40602

Facebook Page

Jennifer Palmer, Executive Director

Ph. 502.209.9581

Bill Klier, Together Frankfort Liaison

South Frankfort Neighborhood Association
PO Box 4727
Frankfort KY  40604-4727
Facebook Page 

David Stumbo, President; Ph. 502-330-8688
General email: 

Judy Goddard, Together Frankfort Liaison

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Frankfort Alumnae Chapter
P.O. Box 4211 Frankfort, KY 40604
Twitter: @dstinc1913 (National level contact)
Instagram (National Level contact)
President: Brenis Woods 

Social Action Chair:  Shandria McMillan

Mary Lynn Collins - Together Frankfort Liaison

Envision Franklin County

Facebook Page

General Inquiries  
Phone: 502-875-4545

Mary Lynn Collins - Together Frankfort Liaison

Partner Organizations in Frankfort, the Bluegrass, Statewide, National, and International

For each organization, the Together Frankfort member who stays in touch with that group is listed as our "Liaison."  Current as of Oct. 2021; Always being updated.

Send corrections/additions to Karen Armstrong-Cummings)  

Instructions: Click on the links to open external websites and to email.

​Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival (Kentucky Chapter)

Facebook Page

Twitter: @DrDon09
Tri-Chairs: Dr. Don Gillet, 859-396-5925; Tayna Fogle, 859- 492-0397 Rev. Megan Huston, 270- 996-7021
Pam McMichael, KY Coordinator
General email: 

Karen Armstrong-Cummings, Together Frankfort Liaison 

Women’s Network, The
PO Box 910246 Lexington, KY 40591-0246

Facebook Page

Donna Moore Campbell, Chair 
General email:

Barbara Hadley Smith, Together Frankfort Liaison


​1035 Cambridge Street, Suite 21B
Cambridge, MA 02141


Twitter:  @icivics

Ph: (617)356-8311

General email:

Karen Armstrong-Cummings, Together Frankfort Liaison​​

Frankfort Anti-Racism Advocates (FARA)

FARA maintains a Facebook group page which interested folks can ask to join.

David Rome: 502-319-1454

Convenors email:  Carol Baughman and David Rome

General Email:  FARA

Mary Lynn Collins, Together Frankfort Liaison​​

​​Frankfort Youth Climate Strike Organizers

Local organization affiliated with national Youth Climate Strike
Twitter: @strike_youth  @climate_strike_frankfort
Co-chairs: Natalie Dufour, Emma Strong
General email:

Bill Klier, Together Frankfort Liaison​​

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP): KY State University Chapter
NAACP, Campus Box 98, KSU
400 E. Main St. Frankfort KY 40601 
Twitter:  @KysuNaacp
Contact: Katianna Yates, KSU Director of Campus Life 502-597- 5946 Campus Life: (502) 597- 6785 
Contact: Katianna Yates

Dantrea Hampton, Together Frankfort Liaison 

Kentucky Correspondence Club 

Facebook Page

Operates through a public Facebook group page; activates letter & postcard writing events to local/state/national elected officials. Meets at locations announced on their Facebook page.

Edward Fowler, Convenor 

Linda Waller, Together Frankfort Liaison

​Bluegrass Activists Alliance - Lexington KY
Facebook page (Public Page)
Facebook Group Page (Private - must request to join)
Twitter:  @bgaAlliance
Primary Contact: Julie Martinez
General email:


​​Mary Lynn Collins - Together Frankfort Liaison
Focus On Race Relations (F.O.R.R.) Frankfort
FORR: Frankfort
P.O. Box 973
Frankfort, KY 40602 


Google Group

President: Kristie Powe 
Secretary's Email: Rachelle Chattin

Mary Lynn Collins - Together Frankfort Liaison


1752 N Street NW, Suite 700
Washington, DC 20036
Ph. (202) 518- 0044

Facebook Page

General email:

Karen Armstrong-Cummings - Together Frankfort Liaison

National Association for the of Colored People (NAACP): Frankfort/Franklin County Chapter 
NAACP, PO BOX 5101, Frankfort KY 40602
Twitter: @NAACP (National Office)
President: Maria Bush
Treasurer: Sherron Jackson

Secretary: Dantrea Hampton

General Inquiries

Dantrea Hampton, Together Frankfort Liaison 

National Conversation Project 
Part of The Listen First Project


Twitter:  @USConvoProject @ListenFirstProj @PearceGodwin  @NationalConversationProject 
General Email: Pierce Godwin 

Karen Armstrong-Cummings, Together Frankfort Liaison 

Indivisible (National)

Indivisible Kentucky
Facebook Page 
Twitter: @indivisibleteam @Leahgreenb @ezralevin Twitter Indivisible Kentucky: 

Leah Greenberg, Co-Executive Director
Ezra Levin, Co-Executive Director
General email:

Media Releases:

Barbara Hadley Smith, Together Frankfort Liaison

Women’s March
Washington, D.C.
Facebook Page
Twitter: @womensmarchonwash @womensmarch
IRachel O’Leary Carmona, Executive Director
General email: 
Media inquiries:


Mary Lynn Collins, Together Frankfort Liaison 

National Association of Nonpartisan Reformers
1580 Lincoln St., Suite 520 Denver CO 80203 
Twitter: @NANReformers

Andy Moore, Executive Director

Ph. 720-256- 8956

General Inquiries

Karen Carey, Together Frankfort Liaison

Women’s Suffrage Centennial Celebration 

Facebook Page

Blair Hecker
Sylvia Coffey, Founding Organizer, Ph. 502-352- 2180 General Email:

Margaret Townsley, Together Frankfort Liaison

What is a partner organization? 

Together Frankfort’s partner organizations are those with whom we have developed, formally or informally, close working relationships to achieve mutual goals. Together Frankfort works to facilitate local, regional, national, and international partnerships with those working to improve civic engagement. 

In 2018, Cary Sudduth, a member of Together Frankfort’s leadership team at that time, contacted numerous local organizations which share similar goals with Together Frankfort. After he sent letters to each organization, he arranged for organizational representatives to meet with the Together Frankfort Coordinating Team. 

We outlined ways in which we could work together as organizations. Many, if not most, of the local organizations listed below have built on the meetings which we held in 2018 & 2019.   A primary feature which identifies each of our partners is that these are the folks working to improve the democratic process in our community: 

  • Educating citizens about significant electoral issues, such as campaign finance or election reform; 
  • Conducting educational programs on issues which have marginalized citizens; and 
  • Addressing related community concerns, as requested, or as they arise in our community, state & nation. 

 "What does it mean to be a “Partner? For Your Organization, as a Partner, and for Together Frankfort” 

Partners help each other to achieve mutual goals. These partnerships are not legal in nature and imply no direct or indirect responsibility for proper organizational functioning and protocol. 

Our partners work with our organization to play many roles, among which are: 

➢ Sharing information about Together Frankfort’s events with their members through print materials or social media; in turn, Together Frankfort promotes our partner organizations events and activities.
➢ Encouraging their members to join Together Frankfort as individual members (there’s no membership fee. Just go to the website and fill out the form. We request a $5 donation but it’s not required.) In turn, we publicize membership drives and other organizational initiatives of our partners.
➢ Helping plan and/or conduct educational programs, such as recommending speakers, providing materials for in-person meetings, sharing costs for Zoom meetings or for facility rental fees.
➢ Sharing information about the Partner’s events in which Together Frankfort members may be interested - using social media, newspaper advertisements, our e-newsletter, writing emails to friends about our partners' events.
➢ Co-sponsoring events, meetings, or activities to share meeting planning, operation, management and follow-up.

➢ Writing social media posts or newspaper articles, together with a partner organization, about issues of mutual concern. 
➢ Celebrating the joy, value, and camaraderie of our diverse and engaged citizens working to improve our democracy. 

We express our utmost thanks to all our partners past years and look forward to continuing our collaboration in 2022!  

Frankfort Audubon Society
Local chapter of National Audubon Society

Facebook Page

President: Hannah Helm

Ph. (844)428-382

General email:

Bill Klier, Together Frankfort Liaison

Kentuckians For The Commonwealth (KFTC)
PO Box 1450, London KY 40743 

Statewide organization with chapters. Each chapter has a separate Facebook Page, Twitter, & other info. Check KFTC website.

Facebook Page

Twitter: @kftc
General email:

Position Vacant for Together Frankfort Liaison​​

Moms Demand Action - National
Moms Demand Action -  Kentucky
Facebook (
Twitter:  @spicecat17  @MomsDemand
Contact email: Cathy Hobart  

Kathy Murphy, Together Frankfort Liaison


​​Capital Pride

Facebook Page


President-Matt Crowe (click his name to email Matt Crowe)           
Vice-President-Amy Mitchell
Secretary-Ray Shields           
Treasurer-Jesse Ruble
General emails:

Judy Goddard - Together Frankfort Liaison​​

Kentucky State University
400 E. Main, Frankfort KY 40601
  • Note: Together Frankfort works with numerous KSU faculty, staff & students. Two KSU staff serve on Together Frankfort’s leadership team: Kemba CofieldDantrea Hampton.
Facebook Page
Twitter: @KyStateU
Sonia Sanders, Assistant VP, Public Engagement & Community Outreach
Michael R. DeCoursey, Office of Town Gown & Community Outreach: (502) 597-6000 

Karen Armstrong-Cummings, Together Frankfort Liaison

Charter for Compassion
PO Box 10787, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
Together Frankfort is a partner in the Social Justice Sector of the Charter for Compassion


Twitter @TheCharter


General e-mail:
Social Justice Sector Contact: Priscilla Hutton

Karen Armstrong-Cummings - Together Frankfort​​
​​International Town Gown Association (ITGA)

ITGA, City Hall 1250 Tiger Blvd, Clemson Univ., Clemson SC 29631 

Facebook Page 

Twitter: @ITGA_ORG


Beth Bagwell, MPA Executive Director

Susan Stafford, MA Assistant Executive

Phone - Director Bagwell: 864- 624-1148

E-mail: SusanStafford

Karen Armstrong-Cummings, Together Frankfort Liaison​​