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Through a casual roundtable lunch format, CEO Storytellers creates a small group setting for small business executives to hear the stories of two successful entrepreneurs and ask questions about issues they face in their own organizations, as well as network among peers with similar experiences.
Paula Lovell, president & CEO of Lovell Communications
Tiffany Wilmot, president of Wilmot, Inc.
Paula Lovell founded Lovell Communications Inc. in 1988. She spent 10 years as a print and electronic journalist, working at the Nashville Banner, as a contributing writer for city and consumer magazines, and writing and producing for WSMV-TV, ESPN, ACTS, The Nashville Network, National PM Magazine and WTBS in Atlanta. As a former journalist, she is adept at media training and working with trade, consumer and business reporters throughout the country.
Lovell develops strategic communications plans, works daily with national and regional media and manages crisis communications for many clients. Lovell presents marketing workshops and “guerrilla networking” seminars. She’s been a featured speaker for the American Marketing Association, the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO), American Women in Radio and Television, the Society of Professional Journalists, the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA), various chambers of commerce, the Eastern and Southern Associations of College and University Business Officers, The Committee of 200 and the Business and Professional Women’s Association. She presented a lecture titled “Critical Communications During Mergers and Acquisitions” at the 1997 PRSA National Conference. She has lectured at the Owen School of Management of Vanderbilt University and for Belmont University and was the exclusive speech writer for the CEO of a $4 billion publicly-traded company for eight years. Lovell was named the 1997 Woman Business Owner of the Year by NAWBO and was honored as a finalist for the 1998 Executive of the Year in the Small Business Awards. She was also a nominee for the 2002 Ernst & Young “Entrepreneur of the Year” award and winner of the Junior Achievement 2007 Spirit of Free Enterprise Award.
Lovell is a past chairman of the board of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, which covers the southeast region of the U.S. including branches in Jacksonville, Miami, Nashville, Birmingham and New Orleans. She served in a board position with the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta from 1993 to 2003.
Lovell holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Vanderbilt University and attended Director's College, accredited by Institutional Shareholders Services, at the University of Georgia, Terry College of Business. She is on the board of Averitt Express Inc. and the Leadership Nashville Alumni Board of Directors and has served on the boards of numerous civic and charitable organizations including the Nashville Chamber of Commerce, Boy Scouts of America and Nashville Ballet.
Tiffany Wilmot is a pioneer in the green building and waste prevention industry. Throughout her career, she has maintained the belief that the route to environmentally responsible building practices is fundamentally tied to green business decisions that fortify productivity and amplify profitability.
Since 1994, she has served as president of Wilmot, Inc., a sustainability and green-building consulting firm providing clients with innovative, high performance approaches to improve health, protect the environment, save money, and encourage community. Under her leadership, the company (www.wilmotinc.com) has managed a wide variety of large-scale public and private-sector projects for clients such as Vice President Al Gore, the US Army, Saturn Corporation, the Coors Company, and Mitsubishi.
Wilmot, Inc. also led the Tennessee Titans coliseum construction and demolition project, the largest C&D project in US history. Ms. Wilmot is one of six national experts selected to serve on a Resource Group for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development study entitled “Feasibility Study of Deconstruction as an Economic Development Strategy.”
11:15 - 11:45 a.m. Check-In & Networking
11:45 a.m. - 1 p.m. Roundtable Discussion
$40 Future Member
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