Leadership Franklin Announces Graduates of 2015 Class

Leadership Franklin Announces Graduates of 2015 Class

Leadership Franklin held graduation ceremonies for its nineteenth class at the Embassy Suites of Franklin on April 8.

Graduates are executives and senior community leaders selected to represent a cross-section of Franklin and Williamson County. As in years past, this class participated in group projects that were aimed at serving the Franklin community. In 2015, these projects benefited the Franklin community in law enforcement, history, education, and quality of life.

Graduates of the 2014-2015 Leadership Franklin Class are:

Aaron Kirchner, Owner, Franklin Athletic Club

Alba Gonzalez-Nylander, Managing Partner, AJ Media Services, LLC

Britt Rothrock, Professional Non-profit Fundraiser and Entrepreneur

Chaz Corzine, Partner, The MWS Group

Corey Napier, Managing Director of Middle Tennessee, Waddell & Associates; Mayor, Thompson’s Station

Dennis Georgatos, Vice President of Operations, Skanska USA Building, Inc.

Ed Smith, President, Williamson College

Greer Redden, President, Independence Trust

Jayne Bibb, Community Volunteer

Jimmy Moody, III, Store Manager, Moody’s Tire and Auto Service

Jon Finkel, Director – Infiniti Client Experience and Network Development, Nissan North America, Inc.

Jose Rodriguez, Owner, R&Co. Building Construction, LLC

Kenny Benge, Senior Pastor, St. John’s Anglican Church

Kerri Hudson, Public Information Coordinator, Williamson County Parks and Recreation

Laura Beth Stubblefield, Senior Director of Media and Communications, Propeller, LLC

Patsy Watkins, Family Consumer Science Agent, UT/TSU Williamson County Extension

Philip Feemster, Vice President, Franklin Synergy Bank

Shelley Moeller, President/Owner, Harpeth True Value

Susan Smallwood, Owner, 12south events & 12south design

Taylor Irwin, Financial Advisor/Account Executive, TBH Global Asset Management, LLC

 

Leadership Franklin is a non-profit community leadership organization dedicated to educating, informing and empowering leaders to improve the quality of life in Franklin and Williamson County. Participants meet once per month for eight months, for a series of classes aimed at presenting and analyzing a particularly important segment of the community. For more information about Leadership Franklin, visit www.leadershipfranklin.org.

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