Beth K. Fields Award
About the Beth K. Fields Award
The Beth K. Fields Award was established by the CASE Kentucky Board of Directors in 1994. The award was created in memory of Fields, who served as Director of Unit Associations for the University of Louisville Alumni Association, after a car accident on her way to work claimed her life, just one week after the CASE-Kentucky Conference.
Fields was an active CASE Kentucky Board member and admired advancement professional. The most prestigious award within CASE Kentucky, it recognizes the individual who continually goes above and beyond the call of duty in both their advancement profession and CASE Kentucky.
Eastham has served at Hopkinsville Community College since 2008 as Chief Institutional Advancement Officer and Executive Director of the HCC Foundation, Inc. In her role overseeing marketing and communication, she has developed a team dynamic and expectation of herself that includes pivoting to immediate and urgent needs as diverse as creation and editing of video and generation of press releases. Learn more.