Governor Speaks at Mayors' Leadership Luncheon

Communications Director

Eric Vreeland
evreeland@knoxvilletn.gov
(865) 215-3480

400 Main St., Room 654A
Knoxville, TN 37902

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Governor Speaks at Mayors' Leadership Luncheon

Posted: 05/14/2012
Knoxville Mayor Madeline Rogero and Knox County Mayor Tim Burchett hosted the annual Mayors' Leadership Luncheon Monday, May 14 at the Knoxville Convention Center.

Keynote speaker was former Knoxville Mayor and now Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam. He shared his "Lessons on Leadership" including personal observations on moving from Mayor of Knoxville to Governor of Tennessee.

Pat Summitt was chosen as the recipient of the The 2012 Leadership Knoxville Distinguished Alumni Award and accepted the award thru a videotaped message.

The event also recognized the Graduating Leadership Knoxville Class of 2012.

The 2012 class is as follows:

John Adams
Principal / Broker
Cornerstone CRES/ Cushman & Wakefield Alliance

Brad Anders
Knox County Commission Vice Chairman
District 6
Knoxville Police Department Lieutenant Larry Brown
Executive Director
Scout Executive
Great Smoky Mountain Council, Boy Scouts

Kim Bumpas
Senior VP of Sales & Marketing
Knoxville Tourism & Sports Corporation

Billy Carroll
President & CEO
SmartBank Michael Carroll
CEO
MK Technologies Corporation

Janell Cecil
Senior Vice President
Chief Nursing Officer
University of TN Medical Center

Chris Cimino
Vice Chancellor, Finance & Administration
University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Thad Cox, Jr.
Owner / President
Ashe's Wine & Spirits Angie Crabtree
Lower School Director
Webb School of Knoxville

Randy Curnow
Executive Vice President/Chief Medical Officer
Summit Medical Group Gloria Deathridge
Realtor
Realty Executives Assoc.Alon Ferency
Rabbi
Heska Amuna Synagogue

Chip Finn
Partner
Kramer Rayson, LLP Vincent Fusco
Vice President, Controller
Regal Entertainment Group

Kimberely Hall
Executive Vice President
South College Alan Hill
Regional Director - External Affairs
AT&T

Roy King
MD
Knoxville Dermatopathology Laboratory

Susan Martin
Provost and Senior Vice Chancellor
Professor of Classics
University of Tennessee John (Jay) McBride
Owner/Partner
TJ Development and Management LLC

Jim McIntyre
Superintendent
Knox County Schools Michael McIntyre
Director of the Professional MBA Program
University of TennesseeCharity Miles
Staff Attorney
Legal Aid of East TennesseeJulie Morris
Marketing & Community Relations Director
WBIR - TV 10

Tracy Morrow
Executive Director
Junior League of Knoxville Jenny Moshak
Associate AD for Sports Medicine
University of Tennessee Women's Athletics

Frank Nystrom
Sales Manager, WNML AM/FM
"The Sports Animal"
Citadel Broadcasting

Cecilia Petersen
Chief Operating Officer
RIVR Media, LP Chris Powell
Executive Vice President, Human Resources
Scripps Networks Interactive

Gary Price
Vice President of HR and Restaurants
Pilot Travel Centers LLC

Leland Price
Assistant District Attorney General
Knox Co. District Attorney General's Office

Tim Romero
Regional Vice President
Enterprise Holdings, Inc Bert Sams
Director, Retail Stores
Knoxville Habitat for Humanity

Theodore Sherry
Manager, Y-12 Site Office
National Nuclear Security Administration Tyvi Small
Coordinator of Diversity Initiatives
College of Business Administration
University of Tennessee

Grant Standefer
Executive Director
Compassion Coalition

Drew Starke
Dealer Operations Manager
Nissan North America

Jimmy Stone
Deputy Director-Facilities and Operation
ORNL-UT-Battelle

Scott Suchomski
Executive Director
Tennessee Valley Fair

James Vavalides
General Banking Executive
CapitalMark Bank and Trust Kimberly Weaver
Executive Director
Knoxville Academy of Medicine Foundation

Stephanie Welch
Director of Community Development and Planning
Knox County Health Department Mike West
Chief Executive Officer
Northshore Management Company
Leadership Knoxville's vision statement, "Every Leader - A Servant Leader," embodies its institutional belief that community leaders who act as trustees of the community seek first to serve then to lead.

Since its inception in 1985, the organization's 1000 alumni, who represent every possible aspect of our community, have been advancing that belief.

For more information about Leadership Knoxville please visit www.leadershipknoxville.com