The Middle TN Region is growing and changing every day. The decisions being made now determine what the future will look like and how our day to day lives will be impacted. While championing economic, quality of life, and environmental benefits with our historic spaces, green ways, parks, and farms and encouraging the vitality and energy of our cities and towns - Cumberland Region Tomorrow works to ensure that what we love about our region remains front and center.
Lynn Davidson Maddox
Lynn Maddox serves Vanderbilt as a Program Director for the department of Community and Government Relations: sustaining Vanderbilt's relationships with local, county, state, and national communities. Working with various colleges, universities, and not-for-profits Ms. Maddox has over twenty years of experience in management, development, business relationship building, sales and marketing, promoting organizations, competitive market positioning, and team leadership.
Active in community service, she serves as the Vice Chair of the Metro Historical Commission; as a board member of the Nashville Parks Foundation; Williamson Inc. Business Advocacy Board; Women’s Political Collaborative of TN Board; Leadership Middle TN Advisory Board; TN Local Food Summit Board; TN Preservation Trust; Natchez Trace Parkway; is a member of the Nashville Rotary, a Leadership Franklin graduate, a Vanderbilt Leadership Academy graduate, and a Transit Alliance of Middle TN graduate.
Past board service includes the Spring Hill Chamber of Commerce; Franklin Tomorrow; Williamson Inc. Women In Business; Vanderbilt Woman’s Club; Natchez Trace Parkway Association; Nashville City Cemetery Association; Friends of Fort Negley; Pi Beta Phi Fraternity; Daughters of the American Revolution; Christmas Village, Inc.; West End Home Foundation; Vanderbilt Bill Wilkerson Center; and Travelers Rest Historic Plantation and Museum.
In her spare time, she assisted Beth Nielsen Chapman in a creating a Grammy-nominated CD for children (The Mighty Sky), portrayed Louisa Pochantas Gordon Zollicoffer in the Nashville City Cemetery’s Living History Tour, and helped develop an iPhone app (AstroCantus). A Kentucky native, Ms. Maddox earned the B.A. in Communications from Newcomb College of Tulane University and the M.S. in Public Service Management from Cumberland University. (firstname.lastname@example.org)