Click Here To Listen Williamson Business 100 Leading Women Shannon Taylor Gygi Shannon Taylor Gygi serves as the Director of Community Engagement for Freedom’s Promise, a locally-based nonprofit that seeks to prevent human trafficking in Southeast Asia through community development. She also oversees marketing and communications for the local nonprofit social enterprise ThriftSmart. Originally from Athens, Georgia, Shannon received her BA from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, and an MA in Nonprofit Management from the University of Georgia. Shannon has over 18 years of experience in the nonprofit sector, both in the US and internationally, including leadership in organizations focused on human trafficking, women’s and children’s issues, health care, social enterprise/retail and international missions. Prior [...]
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 [...]
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 Sally Mink Sally Mink is the marketing director for the local TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® franchise in Brentwood, Murfreesboro, and Hendersonville. She also manages the marketing for locations in Atlanta, GA and Fort Worth, TX. Sally began her career there five years ago when only the Brentwood location was in existence. Being a native of Middle Tennessee, Sally has a true passion for helping the communities that have watched her grow. Through TWO MEN AND A TRUCK®, she has been able to serve the community in a multitude of ways. From collecting items for women suffering from domestic violence to moving families that have underwent [...]
Click Here To Listen Williamson Business 100 Leading Women Pam Lewis Pamela Lewis, a native of upstate New York, is an entrepreneur, preservationist, philanthropist and author. A graduate of Wells College with a B.A. in Economics/Marketing and a minor in French and Communications. Lewis spent a year in Paris studying at COUP (Center of Overseas Undergraduate Program) affiliated with The Sorbonne University. In New York City, she did additional graduate course work at Fordham University, The New York School for Social Research, The Publicity Club of New York and Scarritt Bennett. Lewis is also a graduate of University of Tennessee’s Institute of Public Service Local Government Leadership Program (third level), of the Belmont University College [...]
Click Here To Listen Williamson Business 100 Leading Women Pam Bryant Pam is a graduate of David Lipscomb University, in Nashville Tennessee where she graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Business Management. Pam is committed to continuously expanding her leadership skills and as part of this effort has been involved in The Alternative Board (2011-2014), United Way Worldwide Executive Leadership Development (2015) and Southwestern Consulting (2016). Pam’s first volunteer experience with United Way was as a Loaned Executive in Huntsville Alabama. This is where she learned to greatly appreciate the impact United Way and their collaborative partnerships created within the local community. To date, Pam has been a part of United Way [...]
Here Is The List. In January 60,995 Discovered The WilliamsonBusiness.Com Leading African Americans 2018. Congratulations!
The Editorial Board of WilliamsonBusiness.Com* powered by DrAlvin.Com honors the Most Leading African Americans who are contributing to making Williamson County great for business, community service and families. Join us on Sunday February at 18th at 6pm for a reception with light refreshments and Cash Bar to meet the other honorees, family members and colleagues at The Little Brick Theater at The Factory Then at 7pm there will be a Jazz Tribute Concert by Angela Marie Jones and Lisa Webb featuring the music of Sarah Vaughn, Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday and Lalah Hathaway. This celebration will end with the announcement of the recipient of the Most Leading African American for 2018. You can purchase tickets [...]
I am Dewitt McGowan, better known by my Kroger customers as “Mack” or “Cowboy.” I want to thank you for selecting me as one of the most leading African Americans in Williamson County. I enjoy life in such a great way. I have a beautiful and kind family. My wife’s name is Annette McGowan and we have been married for 42 great years. We have one daughter, Cynthia, and two sons, Eric and Dewitt Jr. I retired from General Motors with 31 years and I am starting my 20th year at Kroger. I love my people and my job at Kroger. I minister each Sunday to Dementia and Alzheimer’s patients which is very rewarding. God [...]
Click Here To Listen Williamson Business 100 Leading African Americans Tanya Davis Tanya Davis’ life took a turn down a road of destruction; living a dangerous life on the streets in Detroit, Michigan. Ms. Davis life as an addict: plagued with drug use, prostitution, domestic violence and homelessness, which led to crime and subsequent jail time. Her daily testimony is “To GOD be the glory”, because in the lion’s den, GOD met her in her cell and began to change her life. Ms. Davis relocated to Nashville in 2003. Today, Ms. Davis is an entrepreneur, inspirational speaker, producer, salon owner and professional hair stylist, Educator, writer and playwright, and a witness to the love and [...]