Click Here To Listen Williamson Business 100 Leading African Americans James J Horton James Horton is a financial professional with Capital Financial Group, based in Brentwood, TN. Within his practice, James works primarily within the Health Care community and is specialized to Dentists, Physicians, Pharmacists and Expecting Parents. James’ passion for helping families comes from living through the aftermath of proper planning and improper planning, due to experiencing several close family members pass away over a very short period. Through those experiences, the mission of his practice became clear: to serve as a guide to your family on the journey to financial independence by providing a safe place for your questions to be answered and [...]
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Click Here To Listen Williamson Business 100 Leading Women Sarita DelaCalzada Sarita DelaCalzada is the Marketing Manager and Director of the Wine Club & Shipping department at Arrington Vineyards. She began working at Arrington Vineyards when they first opened their doors in August of 2007 and has worked with the team to continuously create a memorable experience for each guest. While working at Arrington Vineyards, Sarita began to take online and evening courses at Middle Tennessee State University. In the winter of 2013 she graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree with an emphasis in Business and Psychology. In 2009 she developed and implemented Kix’s Wine Club, a VIP program providing an elevated experience to [...]
Click Here To Listen Nashville Business 100 Leading Women Yolanda J Jackson Yolanda J. Jackson, an educator, uses the landscape of Music City Nashville to create platforms for teachers and professionals from the entertainment industry to share knowledge to engage students to excel in high school and to gain transferable skills for employment. Yolanda is an educator for Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools. Currently, she holds the position of academy coach for Pearl-Cohn Entertainment Magnet High School. As an academy coach, she serves as a liaison between the school and the business community supporting the career academy model. The career academy approach is high school reform that attempts to create a more supportive and personalized learning [...]
Dr. Ethan Kellum is very excited to bring the emerging and innovative field of interventional and regenerative orthopedics to the Nashville, Tennessee area. As a sports medicine fellowshipped trained orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Kellum intimately knows musculoskeletal injuries and joint conditions. With this knowledge he knows the value of getting patients back to the sport of life without surgical intervention. Although Dr. Kellum still performs arthroscopic surgery of the shoulder and knee, his main focus is regenerative medicine (stem cells and platelet rich plasma) for all musculoskeletal injuries/conditions (tendon, ligament, and joint problems) and keeping patients out of the operating room. Dr. Kellum is a native of Henderson, Tennessee and attended Jackson Christian School and Freed-Hardeman [...]
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Click Here To Listen Williamson Business 100 Leading Women Lynlee Kennedy Lynlee Cates Kennedy is Director of Retail, Inventory Control, and Event Planning at Leiper’s Fork Distillery in Williamson County. In addition she owns and operates Riverbound Farms; a new and upcoming wedding and event venue nestled along the West Harpeth River, four miles West of downtown Franklin. Lynlee is a native Nashvillian who graduated high school from Brentwood Academy in Brentwood, Tennessee. She earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance from Auburn University in 2002. Lynlee and her husband opened Leiper’s Fork Distillery in 2016, which is one of two distilleries to open in Williamson County since state prohibition in 1910. Leiper’s Fork Distillery produces [...]