LOUISVILLE, Ky.—The Muhammad Ali Center recently appointed Stites & Harbison, PLLC attorney Oz Shariff to its board. He will serve a term of three years.
Based in the Louisville, Ky., office of Stites & Harbison, Oz Shariff is a member of the Health Care Service Group. His practice focuses on regulatory, compliance, physician contracting and business transactional matters for a wide range of health care clients. He works closely with physicians and their practices helping them navigate the complex transactional and regulatory hurdles that come with operating a private practice or transitioning a private practice into a hospital-employee relationship. Shariff has also appeared on behalf of health care clients in numerous administrative hearings.
The Muhammad Ali Center is a multicultural center and museum dedicated to the life of Muhammad Ali. The center promotes the six core principles of Muhammad Ali (confidence, conviction, dedication, giving, respect and spirituality) through an interactive museum, educational programming and special events to inspire young adults and adults to pursue greatness in their own lives, communities, and countries.
“I’m honored to join the board of the Muhammad Ali Center,” said Shariff. “It’s truly Louisville’s premier cultural center paying tribute to one of the most inspirational figures of all time. I look forward to helping the Center showcase its award-winning exhibits and continue to develop impactful programs for children and adults throughout the country.”
Three others were also appointed to the Muhammad Ali Center board of directors. They include Turney Berry (partner at Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs LLP), Bennie Ivory (retired executive editor of The Courier-Journal) and John D. Smith (Mid-North region president, Caesar’s Entertainment Horseshoe Southern Indiana Casino).