Meet Chad

State Representative Chad Aull was sworn into office on January 3rd 2023. He is currently a Freshman member in the General Assembly and serves as the Freshman House Democratic caucus chair. Chad serves on the following committees: Agriculture, Banking & Insurance, Tourism, State Government and the Budget Review Sub Committee on Economic Development, Public Protection, Tourism, and Energy.

Chad’s early life was spent on his family’s farm in Western Kentucky, where they raised cows, horses, and the occasional pig. He graduated from Daviess County High School and was active in Student Council and FFA (formerly known as Future Farmers of America).

Chad is a 2004 graduate of Western Kentucky University, where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in Agriculture Education. He was active in College Democrats, serving as president, and FFA serving as State Vice-President of the Kentucky Association of FFA.

After college, Chad spent several years serving in various leadership roles in the state government including, Deputy Chief of Staff for State Treasurer Jonathan Miller , Director of Constituent Services for Governor Steve Beshear, and Special Assistant to Lieutenant Governor Jerry Abramson. 

For the past ten years Chad has worked in the Information Technology sector having served as the Disaster Recovery Coordinator and Information Technology Escalation Manager for Kentucky’s Health Benefit Exchange, better known as kynect.  Chad recently served as the UK Healthcare EHR Program Lead in Revenue Cycle, where he helped lead the implementation of a new single electronic medical records application for the Commonwealth’s flagship healthcare facility. His latest role is small business owner of BAM Technologies. BAM connects local customers with technology solutions from around the globe while focusing on local resources and talents based in Kentucky. Chad has worked to develop a network of options that crosses time zones, and continents to provide the optimal solutions for clients no matter their location. BAM focuses on responsiveness and customer service.

Chad lives in Lexington with his wife Marisa, 16 year old daughter Isabella and 6 year old son William. He is active in our community, having served as the Morton Middle School PTSA Treasurer, the President of the Lansdowne Neighborhood Association, and as a former board member of the Bluegrass Rape Crisis Center. Currently, Chad serves as a member on the MADD Kentucky Advisory Board, and is a member of the Cassidy Elementary PTSA.