Recently elected to represent Kentucky’s 41st District, Attica Scott made history becoming the first black woman elected to the Kentucky Legislature in 20 years beating a 34 year incumbent. In this week’s episode of Changing the Face of Power, Attica shares her powerful journey into politics and how setbacks can be leveraged into comebacks.
Attica Scott is State Representative Elect for Kentucky House District 41. She is a graduate of the first class of Emerge Kentucky which prepares democratic women to run for office. She was recognized as a Connector by Leadership Louisville as a civic and non-profit community leader who is making a difference in the region. Attica provides leadership to a number of non-profit boards of directors including La Casita Center, King Center, Board of Fellows of the Women’s Network Commonwealth Institute for Policy Issues and Civic Engagement, and New Directions Housing Corporation.
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