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 to build support for better transportation planning and services.
• She serves as volunteer Associate Executive Director of Leadership Franklin; and is a 2011 graduate of the program.
• Henry is a 2011 Graduate of the Transit Citizens Leadership Academy Inaugural Class.
• She currently serves on the Boards and Advisory Committees of:
Education Foundation of Williamson County
Transit Alliance of Middle TN
Middle-West TN Clean Fuels Coalition Board of Directors, Vice-Chairman
Mid-Cumberland Region Coordinated Public Transit Advisory Committee
Previously served on:
Williamson, Inc. Board of Directors
Franklin Tomorrow Board of Directors
JL Clay Senior Center (Chairman) Board of Directors
Mayor Appointee to BGA Task Force
• Henry is a member of:
Association Commuter Transportation Communications Committee
Tennessee Public Transportation Association
Nashville Area MPO Technical Coordinating Committee
Nashville Symphony Council, Williamson County Chapter
Williamson County Schools Ambassadors (Class 2013)
• She has been recognized as:
2015 Williamson County Hall of Fall Impact Winner (Nashville Business Journal)
2014 Franklin Tomorrow Exemplary Community Volunteer Spirit Award Winner
2014 Williamson County Impact Winner (Nashville Business Journal)
2013 Williamson County Impact Winner (Nashville Business Journal)
2012 Women of Influence in Non-Profit Leadership (Nashville Business Journal);
2009 Outstanding Chamber Member of the Year (Williamson County-Franklin Chamber of Commerce); and
2008 Williamson County Impact Award Recipient in Non-Profit Leadership (Nashville Business Journal).
• Henry holds a graduate degree in Non-Profit Management, as well as an undergraduate degree in Chemistry and Physics
• She is a 47-year Williamson County resident. Henry has a daughter, who is a local Veterinarian.