Our Focus

Organization Values – The culture we are creating.


In everything we do.


Uncompromising standards of integrity and ethical conduct


Leading service quality, professionalism & responsiveness.


Supports continuous growth and improvement


For our customers, for each other and for all our stakeholders


Global teamwork and collaboration

Corporate Governance Framework – Our Board is the guide to the whole.
As the leadership body of the organization, we are responsible for setting the tone.

Community Vision Planning

Community Stakeholders Consulting

Capacity-building for Community Projects

Project Feasibility Studies

Project Management

Property Management

Affordable Property Rental

Restored housing Value

Restored cultural and community assets

Restored optimism

Restored opportunity

CompLEXion plans to assure that the community in Lexington and surrounding cities has access to safe, modern, exciting, yet affordable new residential and community-oriented destinations.







We believe that successful community economic development begins in many different places depending on a community’s history and context. Complexion believe that a stronger, more unified community development field will lead to stronger, healthier, more prosperous communities for those who live there − and that neighborhoods thrive where there are strong networks of community actors.


Veterans matter because soldiers face battles in service. Upon their return to civilian life, many veterans face additional battles, including PTSD, unemployment, and the lack of support networks all of which can contribute to homelessness. We believe those touched by military service can succeed at home by restoring their sense of self, family, and hope. 


Entrepreneurship matters because entrepreneurs are driven to create the life they want and solve the problems they deem important. Also entrepreneurs tend to have strong community and strong economy-building skills and it’s not surprising that successful entrepreneurs are often the driving force behind major social initiatives.

Entrepreneurs are important for a number of reasons, from promoting social change, driving innovation or just being assets to be cultivated and motivated.


We believe in Kentucky that the power of education can close the gaps that separate students from low-income backgrounds and students of color from other young Americans. Because with a strong education system we can improves the lives of young people and that is vital to sustaining our democracy, and strengthens Kentucky. We believe long-standing gaps in opportunity, achievement, and attainment have roots inside and outside our schools and though we know these gaps are stubborn, we also know they are not inevitable.


Complexion is an organization committed to building networks and community support for growers in both urban and rural settings. Through education and advocacy around food and farm issues, we nurture collective Black leadership to ensure we have a seat at the table. We believe communities know what is best for their neighborhoods and should lead efforts to envision and plan for their land and their food system.