TMA Group announces board officers

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The TMA Group (Transportation Management Association) has unanimously elected officers of the 2019-20 TMA Board of Directors, effective July 1. 

The officers include:

• Chairman: Glenn McGehee, SouthStar, LLC

• Vice-Chair: Rogers Anderson, Williamson County Mayor

• Treasurer: Mark Robbins, The Franklin Chop House

• Secretary: Cyril Stewart, Cyril Stewart, AIA

• Immediate Past Chair: Patrick G. Emery, Hall Emery

“For over 30 years, the Transportation Management Association (TMA) has had a very active and committed board of directors,” said Glenn McGehee, TMA chairman. “The board welcomes our two new officers, Mark Robbins as treasurer and Cyril Stewart as secretary. Both share in the passion and commitment of TMA in being the Regional Leader in Multimodal Transportation. Mark and Cyril are very active in the Williamson County community in their respective businesses and will be a great benefit to the organization in their new roles on the board.”

Additional members of The TMA Group Board of Directors include: Ken Browning (Vanderbilt University Medical Center); David Burt (Story Construction, LLC); Chris Czarka (Nissan North America); Kelly Dannenfelser (City of Franklin); Brad Dunn (Pinnacle Bank); Elizabeth McCreary (Economic Development Williamson Inc.); Julie Miller (Williamson Medical Center); Mayor Dr. Ken Moore (City of Franklin); Bob Murphy (KCI Technologies Inc.);  Dave Pelton (Energy and Environmental Consultant); Jeremiah Pyron (OakPoint Real Estate); Dr. Janet Smith (Columbia State Community College); Daniel Spann (Barge Solutions); Mort Stein (Charter Properties); and John Wingo (Stites & Harbison PLLC).

Established in 1988, The TMA Group is a regional leader in customizing innovative environmentally friendly, multimodal transportation solutions for employers and communities. 

For more information, contact Debbie Henry, executive director, at 615-790-4005.

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