T.J. Regional Health announces new Executive Vice President of Marketing, Planning and Development


T.J. Regional Health, a premier healthcare provider in South Central Kentucky, would like to announce that Stacey Biggs has assumed the role of Executive Vice President of Marketing, Planning and Development.

Biggs brings more than 20 years of strategic marketing, customer relations, communication, and event planning experience to T.J. Regional Health.

“We feel very fortunate to have selected a candidate with the right mix of skills, innovation and creativity to lead the Marketing, Planning and Development Division,” said Neil Thornbury, CEO of T.J. Regional Health. “Stacey Biggs joins our organization with a myriad of experiences across several industries and I am confident she and the team will further our efforts in providing quality services to our patients and the communities we serve.”

For nearly a decade, Biggs was the Chief Marketing Officer for Western Kentucky University, where she was responsible for institutional marketing and branding, university publications, and the university’s website and social media strategies. She also served as an advisor on major communications issues and initiatives. Prior to working at WKU, she was a marketing manager at Camping World’s corporate headquarters in Bowling Green. She has served as a volunteer on various non-profit boards and has been involved in numerous community activities throughout her professional career. She received the 2011 Marketer of the Year award from the Professional Marketing Association of Bowling Green and is a 2009 graduate of Leadership Bowling Green and a 2014 graduate of Leadership Kentucky.

“T.J. Regional Health is an outstanding organization with tremendous leadership, and I’m grateful for this opportunity to join the T.J. family,” Biggs said. “I’m excited to get started in this new role and to hit the ground running.”

Originally from Columbia, Biggs now resides in Lucas, Kentucky in Barren County and is married to Craig Biggs, Associate Athletic Director at WKU. They have two sons, Alex, 22, and Mason, 18.



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