Leadership Middle Tennessee helps leaders and their organizations to become more effective by helping them broaden their perspective and impact in the region. Our program takes established leaders on a journey through Middle Tennessee to uncover what makes this area so incredible and how leaders can use their strengths to make it even better.

Event Spotlight

Opening Retreat Reception

Thursday, August 25, 2022
3 pm Program
5 pm Reception

Member Spotlight

Lynda F. Jones

LMT 2018, Davidson County | Metropolitan Government General Sessions Court Div. IX

This Metro Nashville General Sessions Judge enjoys “the law, policy, collaboration, and service.”

County Spotlight

Wilson County

Near Nashville but “miles from ordinary”, Wilson County has the only commuter train service, the state’s largest fair, and a host of historic and recreational areas. Wilson County was formed in the early years of Tennessee’s statehood and is home to 144,000 residents and the cities of Lebanon, Mt. Juliet, and Watertown. 

Participants in Leadership Middle Tennessee share a unique experience of discovery, connection and finding new ways to contribute in their communities.

Discover

The LMT program takes leaders on a journey through the ten-county region, with tours and discussions with local leaders and alumni, helping participants understand the unique attributes and contributions of each county.   The program also provides an informal platform for self-discovery as leaders learn more about themselves and each other as leaders.

Connect

LMT classmates form life-long friendships and connections that help them and their companies to more effectively navigate the local and regional landscape.   Alumni continue stay in touch through social and educational events and special projects, sustaining regional understanding and cooperation.

Contribute

Each LMT class and nearly 600 people in our alumni network make up a powerful cadre of community and business leaders who can help mobilize any community service effort, whether it is the current year’s class service project or a rollout of multi-county efforts like the Buddy Bench.