Jack Fish has served as president of Kentuckians for Better Transportation (KBT) since 1978. KBT works in cooperation with officials at all levels of government, industry, associations and other groups and with opinion leaders throughout Kentucky in developing a more efficient statewide, intermodal transportation network for Kentucky. KBT provides a forum through which those who are concerned come together to work for solutions to transportation problems. KBT includes in its membership all major transportation modes, users and providers of transportation and others who are interested in the development of the state.
Jack is a native of Pulaski County, Kentucky. He is a graduate of Somerset High School and Centre College. Jack has been an editor of a weekly newspaper and held positions in various departments of state government before he became president of KBT. He has served as chairman of the National Better Roads and Transportation Council (NBR&TC) and the National Transportation Public Affairs Workshop, a joint project of NBR&TC and the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO).