Sr. Vice-President of Fin. & Admin.
Sheree H. Gilliam began her career at Inter-County Energy in 1978 and held a number of positions in the Office Services Department before being promoted to the Member Services Department in 1992. Gilliam served as the Member Services Assistant and Energy Advisor before being promoted to Vice President of Member Services in 1998. In 2003, Gilliam was selected to serve as Vice President of both the Office Services and Member Services Departments and in 2014 was promoted to Senior Vice President of Finance & Administration.
Gilliam holds a degree in Business Administration and is a graduate of the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association’s Management Internship Program and a graduate of the Leadership Lincoln County and the Leadership Boyle County programs where she served on the advisory boards for both programs.
Gilliam has served as Board Chair for the Fort Logan Hospital Board, Lincoln County Chamber of Commerce, Stanford Renaissance Board, and New Beginnings United Methodist Trustees and currently serves as Board Chair for the Stanford/Lincoln County Industrial Authority Board. She has also served on the boards of the Heart of Kentucky United Way, UW Day of Action, American Cancer and Relay for Life Committees, March of Dimes, Habitat for Humanity, 2005 Fort Logan Hospital Capital Campaign Committee, Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center Board of Directors, Farmers National Bank Lincoln County Community Board, Rural Cooperative Credit Union, Bluegrass Area Development Board, Wilderness Trace Child Development Board and Logan’s Fort Foundation. She has been active in the Big Brothers Big Sisters program, serving as a past Big Sister mentor at Stanford Elementary School and is a member of the Danville Kiwanis. In 2014, Gilliam was recognized by the Lincoln County Chamber of Commerce as “Citizen of the Year.”
Gilliam is a native of Lincoln County and a member of New Beginnings United Methodist Church in Stanford where she has served as Youth Leader and currently teaches Sunday school and Children’s Church. She lives in Lincoln County with her husband, Don. They have two grown daughters, Alyssa and Ashley and two grandchildren.