Paul Rominger, a native of Berea, Kentucky, has a bachelor’s degree in History and master’s degrees in Secondary Education and in School Administration. He has a Kentucky Rank 1 Teaching Certificate with lifetime endorsements for School Superintendent and for Grades 7-12: History and English. He was inducted into Kappa Delta Pi honorary education society and Phi Delta Kappa professional education fraternity, and was certified by the Kentucky Personnel Cabinet as Education Academic Program Consultant and as Historic Preservation Coordinator.
Paul was in education for thirty years as a high school and middle school history teacher and in administration. He served as Executive Director of The Battle of Richmond Association, a 501c3 nonprofit, and as Associate Director of Battlefield Park Visitors Center and Museum. He was also appointed to the Madison County Visitors and History Board and was President of the Madison County Historical Society, Board Chair of the Richmond Pow Wow Association, a 501c3 nonprofit, and Treasurer of the Madison County Civil War Round Table and the Central Kentucky World War Two Round Table.
Paul now lives in South Carolina.