Marie Alagia Cull is a 1979 graduate of the College. She is the senior partner at Cull & Hayden, P.S.C. She is regarded as a health care and government relations specialist. Marie has about 27 years of experience in health care law, is a frequent speaker and has a number of publications on the subject to her credit. She enjoys a great reputation in the lobbying community and for her work with members of the Kentucky state legislature and the executive branch.
Marie is actively engaged with the College and the University. She is a member of the Lafferty Society, the Building Campaign Committee, a lifetime member of the Law Alumni Association, Development Council Member, serves on the University’s Women in Philanthropy Leadership Council and is a Presidential Fellow. She and her husband established the Bill and Marie Cull Fellowship Endowment Fund to provide scholarships for law students. Her other civic engagements include service on the City of Frankfort's Urban Forestry Advisory Board, the Frankfort Salvation Army Advisory Board, a recent member of the Board of Trustees of Ursuline Campus Schools of Louisville, Kentucky and Vice-Chair of the Board for Capital Ovarian Cancer Organization, Inc.
Prior to attending law school, Cull studied a year abroad at Oxford University and obtained her undergraduate degree at Trinity College in Washington D.C. She is an active member of the Kentucky Bar Association with prior service on the House of Delegates and several committees. Cull is also a member of the Florida Bar Association, the American Bar Association and its Health Law Forum and the American Health Lawyers Association. She is listed in the Best Lawyers in America and Kentucky Super Lawyers. Cull lives in Frankfort with her husband, William H. Cull, a 1977 graduate of the College.