WilliamsonBusiness.Net 100 Leading Women 2018: Bari Beasley

Click Here To Listen Williamson Business 100 Leading Women Bari Beasley Bari Beasley serves as the Chief Executive Officer of the Heritage Foundation of Williamson County. Bari is a two-time graduate of The University of Alabama, holding both a bachelor’s degree in Communication Studies and a master’s degree in Advertising and Public Relations. Bari has over 15 years of experience in nonprofit management, most recently serving as the Chief Officer of Marketing and External Relations for a global nonprofit headquartered in Nashville. Bari serves on the boards of the Franklin Theatre, the Williamson County Convention and Visitors Bureau and Williamson, Inc. Bari and her husband, Cory, live in Thompson’s Station with their two-year-old daughter, Alexandria.

WilliamsonBusiness.Net 100 Leading Women 2018: Cindy Boteler

Click Here To Listen Williamson Business 100 Leading Women Cindy Boteler Cindy Boteler is a Financial Professional with AXA Advisors in Franklin, Tennessee. AXA currently ranks #25 of fortune 500 companies and is located in over 60 countries. AXA is one of the largest life and wealth management companies in the world. Cindy works well with small business owners from investing to providing protection on the business side as well as their personal needs. Her banking background helps her work seamlessly in providing life insurance to small businesses to use as collateral for SBA loans. She works tirelessly to make sure her contacts and clients always feel like a priority. Cindy did not wake up [...]

WilliamsonBusiness.Net 100 Leading Women 2018: Milissa Reierson

Click Here To Listen Williamson Business 100 Leading Women Milissa Reierson Milissa Reierson serves as the Communications Manager for the past nine years. She is an award-winning communications professional winning national awards for her work with the City of Franklin and State of Tennessee. Milissa oversees the City's external and internal communications. The Communications division of the city works on special events, Franklin TV, the website and all social media channels for the City. Milissa has overseen many important projects in the last few years including the launch of the City's new website and Social Media sites, marketing of the City's Blue Bag Recycling Program, Crisis Communications through the May 2010 floods, and producing the [...]

WilliamsonBusiness.Net 100 Leading Women 2018: Sarah Hardee

Click Here To Listen Williamson Business 100 Leading Women Sarah Hardee As Audit Principal, she manages a team of six auditors. Her primary responsibilities are technical review of attest services provided by the firm, monitoring quality control in accordance with the firm’s standards and is team capital for peer review services. Sarah has particular expertise in audits conducted in accordance with Governmental Auditing Standards, as well as audits of nonprofits and employee benefit plans. She is often asked by other peer reviewers to participate in reviews of other audit firms due to her specialized knowledge and experience with high risk benefit plans such as multi-employer, defined benefit and employee stock ownership plans (ESOP). Sarah conducts [...]

WilliamsonBusiness.Net 100 Leading Women 2018: Ann Johnson

Click Here To Listen Williamson Business 100 Leading Women Ann Johnson Ann Johnson has proudly called Middle Tennessee her home for her entire life, a native Nashvillian now residing in Franklin, Tennessee. She is founder and CEO of Waste Tech Services, Inc. a national solid-waste consulting firm that celebrating 28 years in business. Ann is a certified member of the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council. Ann is also on the board of the Heritage Foundation of Williamson County and received an appointment by Gov. Haslam to sit on the advisory council of Keep Tennessee Beautiful, an affiliate of Keep America Beautiful. Ann has been actively involved in supporting annual events for the Leiper’s Fork Village [...]

WilliamsonBusiness.Net 100 Leading Women 2018: Pamela Stephens

Click Here To Listen Williamson Business 100 Leading Women Pamela Stephens Licensed funeral director and co-owner of Williamson Memorial Funeral Home & Cremation Services & Williamson Memorial Gardens in Franklin, TN and Spring Hill Memorial Park, Funeral Home & Cremation Services in Spring Hill, TN. Locally owned and operated by family members. Past President of the Tennessee Funeral Directors Association, Past President of the Cemetery Association of Tennessee and Past President of the Southern Cemetery & Funeral Association which included sixteen states. Past Board of Director with the Williamson County-Franklin Chamber of Commerce. Currently serve as Board of Director for Franklin Synergy Bank. Board of Director with Williamson Medical Foundation Board. Member of Downtown Franklin [...]

WilliamsonBusiness.Net 100 Leading Women 2018: Lisa White

Click Here To Listen Williamson Business 100 Leading Women Lisa White Lisa White, a native of Memphis, Tennessee, hails from a family of ministers and psalmists. Having overcome the pain of her past, which resulted from unwise decisions, choices and emotional abuse, Lisa has discovered the freedom to live victoriously, while applying God’s word to her life. She speaks openly and practically about her experiences so that others can apply what she has learned to their lives. With passion, she declares, “Real people heal people!” Her resilience is definitely displayed through her first book, A Messenger from God Delivered by God, and she is currently writing her second book. Ms. White is also a member [...]

WilliamsonBusiness.Net 100 Leading Women 2018: Linda Crockett

Click Here To Listen Williamson Business 100 Leading Women Linda Crockett Linda has dedicated her life to service, beginning at age 14 as a candy-striper at Williamson County Hospital and reading to the blind after school. She served as a volunteer police officer for the City of Franklin for 9 years, and an arbitrator for the Better Business Bureau. While serving as council leader for the Telephone Pioneers of America she: Instituted computer training in preschools, fund-raised for WAVES, St. Jude's and the Statue of Liberty restoration. In 1993 Linda focused her efforts to help women and children who are victims of Domestic Violence. She began volunteering with the local Shelter and Domestic Violence Program. [...]

WilliamsonBusiness.Com 100 Leading Women 2018: Chief Deborah Faulkner

While Chief Faulkner has been a member of the Franklin Police Department for over three years, she has a vast law enforcement career. Deb was a member of the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department and came up through the ranks. She was one of the first female officers to work in the Patrol Division--she was assigned to the East Patrol Station. During her tenure at the MNPD she went up the chain of command ultimately becoming the first female Deputy Chief of Police. Next, she went to work for the State of Tennessee as the first Inspector General of the Office of Inspector General. The mission of the OIG is to identify, investigate, and prosecute individuals [...]

WilliamsonBusiness.Com: 100 Leading Women 2018: Debbie Henry

Click Here To Listen Williamson Business 100 Leading Women Debbie Henry • Henry is responsible for the executive leadership and management of The TMA Group, ensuring that optimum results are achieved for existing programs and services while conceptualizing and developing new programs and funding opportunities. Current programs of work include: VanStar – commuter vanpool program serving 14 Middle Tennessee counties; Franklin Transit Authority – public transportation system serving City of Franklin; and Clean Air Partnership. She serves as the Marketing Officer for The TMA Group. • With over 25 years’ experience in non-profit management, communications and marketing, Henry serves as the chief organizational liaison with area businesses, governmental entities community organizations and key constituent groups [...]