Nashville, TNNashville: Leadership Middle Tennessee celebrated the Class of 2023 on Tuesday, June 13, at the Adventure Science Center. The graduates completed an elevenmonth experiential journey to learn more about the ten counties in Middle Tennessee.“The Class of 2023 is passionate about Middle Tennessee.” said Lee Rucks, President of Leadership Middle Tennessee. “I know these leaders will continue to give back and make an impact on our communities.”The 2023 graduates are listed below:

  • Virginia Gray, Tennessee Valley Authority, At Large
  • Gina Anzaldua, Cheatham County Economic Development, Cheatham
  • Allen Nicholson, Town of Ashland City, Cheatham
  • Sydney Ball, NFP, Executive Benefits, Davidson
  • Ben Gramling, S&ME, Inc., Davidson
  • Monchiére Holmes
  • Jones, MOJO MKTG + PR, Davidson
  • Karen Johnson, Nashville Davidson County Register of Deeds Office, Davidson
  • Abe Mbow, Trade on Demand Inc. dba Skilled workforce, Davidson
  • Jorge Moscoso Jr., AMSURG, Davidson
  • Karen Simo, TN Dept. of Environment & Conservation, Davidson
  • Lisa Spencer, WSMV News4, Davidson
  • Bridget Winstead, Vanderbilt Health, Davidson
  • Michelle Balsley, Blankenship CPA Group, PLLC, Dickson
  • Ted Williams, TriStar Bank, Dickson
  • Deysi Cook, Caledonian Financial, Inc, Maury
  • Thad Jablonski, City of Columbia, Maury
  • Missy Stahl, City of Spring Hill, Maury
  • James (Jay) Albertia, Progressive Directions Inc., Montgomery
  • Ken Goble, Montgomery County Government, Montgomery
  • Mickey Hepner, Austin Peay State University, Montgomery
  • Angela Huff, Clarksville
  • Montgomery County School System, Montgomery
  • Wendy (Danielle) Stack, The Stack Agency, Farmers Insurance, Montgomery
  • Emily, Hollingsworth, Robertson County Board of Education, Robertson
  • Kathyrn (Katy) Olita, State of Tennessee, Robertson
  • Candice Tillman, City of Springfield, Robertson
  • Buffy Bundshuh, BancorpSouth, Rutherford
  • Dale McCreedy, Discovery Center at Murfree Spring, Rutherford
  • David Edwards, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Middle TN, Rutherford
  • Fred Halfpap, First United Methodist Church, Murfreesboro, Rutherford
  • Edieth (Edie) Langston, Redstone Federal Credit Union, Rutherford
  • John (Doug) Gold, Wilson Bank & Trust, Sumner
  • Michael Lajoie, Farmers Insurance and Investments
  • Michael Lajoie Agency, Sumner
  • Katherine Stark, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Sumner
  • Patti Carroll, Congressman Mark Green, Williamson
  • Bryan Doleshel, Williamson, Inc., Williamson
  • Chris Henson, Logic Cadence, Williamson
  • Kim Randell, Habitat for Humanity Williamson
  • Maury, Williamson
  • Ja’Rob Coggins, Genesco, Wilson
  • Russell Fast, GSF Media, Wilson
  • Brody Kane, State of Tennessee, Wilson
  • Susan Shaw, Wilson County Office of the Mayor, Wilson

Leadership Middle Tennessee is a regional leadership program founded to engage community and business leaders in the 10 county region of Middle Tennessee. The program starts with a series of 10 monthly day and a half issues focused sessions designed to give participants a greater understanding of the critical issues in t he region, motivating them to use their skills to become regionally engaged. Participating counties are Cheatham, Davidson, Dickson, Maury, Montgomery, Robertson, Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson and Wilson Counties. One class of approximately 40 members is selected each year.


Lee Rucks, President, Leadership Middle Tennessee, 6157826799



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