Carol Butler

Real Estate Agent: Licensed Real Estate Agent in Kentucky

Carol Butler is a Louisville attorney, real estate agent and professional project and event director,
who is also president and CEO of Butler Books, a Louisville-based book publishing
company she and her late husband Bill founded in 1989.

Carol was a real estate agent with Katherine Peden and Associates from 1975 until
2004, and with WRE Realty, LLC from 2004 until March of 2011, when she joined
Gant Hill & Associates, LLC. She previously served as a special assistant to the
mayor of Louisville and as a special assistant to the president and director of special
projects and events at the University of Louisville. She practiced law for several years,
and has served as general counsel to the majority leadership of the Kentucky House of
Representatives and to the Kentucky Industrial Development Finance Authority in the
Kentucky Commerce Cabinet. In 1981, she was appointed the first woman to serve as
general counsel to a Kentucky governor, John Y. Brown, Jr.

Carol has lived in Louisville for over fifty years, and has been honored by a number of
organizations for her decades of community involvement and public service. In 2009, the
Leadership Louisville Center recognized her as one of the city’s top 128 “Connectors,”
those “successful in getting things done because of their distinctive style of trusted
leadership.” In 2008, the Center for Women and Families honored her as a Woman of
Distinction in the community. She was selected as Sacred Heart Academy’s Alumna
of the Year in 2007, was inducted into the school’s Valkyrie Hall of Fame in 1997, and
received her alma mater’s Heart Award for Outstanding Community Service in 1994.
She was honored as an Outstanding Catholic School Alumni by the Archdiocese of
Louisville in 1997, and received the Law Alumni Award for Outstanding Service from the
University of Louisville in 1996.

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Office: 502-515-4455
Mobile: 502-541-3244
Fax: 502-805-0528

 

Carol@GantHill.com

“Nothing gives me greater pleasure than being able to serve and help build my community, which includes connecting people with perfect places.”