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A resident of Bellevue Kentucky, Patti Piatt's roots in Boone County can be found as far back as the Revolutionary War. Beginning her career as a waitress, Patti worked her way up the ladder to become a successful business executive in the food service arena, responsible for hundreds of staff and multi-million-dollar budgets. Most recently Patti worked for Aramark Health Care and The University of Cincinnati Medical Center.
A lifelong activist, Patti Piatt has been a champion for women's rights and mental health services. She has served on the board for the American Civil Liberties Union and the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
Piatt attended St. Henry High School in Erlanger, KY and attended the University of Kentucky. A mother to two sons, Patti suffered a great loss in 2013 when her oldest son took his own life. She turned her grief into action as a leader in the local Out of the Darkness annual suicide awareness walk. Patti Piatt resides in Bellevue with her husband John Culbertson.