Click Here To Listen Williamson Business 100 Leading Women Carrie Zeier Carrie Zeier and her two sons, Zeke and Ike, have made Tennessee their home for the past eleven years. She is a native of Georgia, where she grew up in a family who owned a chain of 50 supermarkets. Within that company, they purchased and leased real estate. Here, Carrie learned about leases, commercial real estate, and eventually residential real estate investments. After graduating from the University of Georgia, where she earned a Business Administration Degree in Speech Communications, she began investing in properties in strategic areas of coastal Georgia and Florida. Ultimately, this led Carrie to a full-time career in real estate with [...]
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 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 [...]
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 [...]
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Situated on 50 acres of land steeped in local history, the ca. 1819 Homestead Manor property is A. Marshall Family Food Inc.’s rural multi-layer hospitality concept, offering a wealth of dining, entertainment and educational opportunities to the community. Harvest at Homestead builds on Southern basics, borrowing influences from culinary traditions that have originated from kitchens across the map. Expect bold dishes and ground-breaking techniques, promoting our chefs’ individualism and ability to turn something simple into an innovative rendition. The Harvest menu rotates flavors according to the season’s yield, bringing rich, layered plates to life by way of our on-site organic gardens and neighboring farms that produce superior ingredients. Experience a farm-to-fork experience that brings both [...]
During the Reception & Jazz Concert for The Leading African Americans on Sunday February 18th at 3pm and 6pm at The Little Brick Theater at The Factory Of Franklin, Angela Marie Jones and Lisa Webb will be using this first class office. To get tickets to this premiere Black History Month Event call 615-716-2139. To experience the "Land Jet" call 615-961-2735 and ask for Carlos or Shenita Baker or visit http://stepsaheadmobile.com. Tell them DrAlvin.Com sent you. Photos courtesy of The Tennessean.
Click Here To Listen Williamson Business 100 Leading Women Ellie Westman Chin Ellie Westman Chin has served as President & CEO of the Williamson County Convention & Visitors Bureau since July 2014. In that time Franklin and the communities of Williamson County, Tennessee have evolved into a year-round destination known for a unique blend of music, history and southern culture. Visitor spending in Williamson County now exceeds $425 million annually, with an annual increase of $10 million since 2014. During Westman Chin's tenure, she has helped spearhead development initiatives that include the creation of a Music Tourism Convention in partnership with international partner Sound Diplomacy, Mars Petcare Better Cities for Pets, Pilgrimage Music & Cultural [...]
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 [...]