CRT is pleased to welcome three new board members, Reggie Smith, Paul Stumb, and Bridget Winstead. “We are excited to have Reggie, Paul, and Bridget join our board. They
bring a great deal of knowledge, skill, and passion and will help CRT continue its mission of ensuring that our region’s communities grow to be vibrant and livable places” said Scott Black, Chairman of the Board of Directors.
Reggie Smith is a financial advisor and senior vice president with Pinnacle Financial Partners. In his current role, he works with Small Businesses to provide distinctive financial service and effective advise and to make a positive impact on the community. Reggie is an alumni of Young Leaders Council and has served on numerous boards in Middle TN. He also partners with the Nashville Business Incubation Center (NBIC) to host/lead small business Mastermind classes for their clients.
Paul Stumb is president of Cumberland University. During his tenure the University has experienced unprecedented growth. Before becoming president, Paul served as a faculty member and Dean of the Labry School of Science, Technology, and Business. Prior to joining Cumberland University, Paul had a successful business career. Paul has served on numerous boards including Leadership Middle Tennessee (past chair); ACBSP (incoming chair); Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee; Lebanon Historic Commission; Lebanon Board of Zoning Appeals; Lebanon Airport Commission; and the Rotary Club of Lebanon.
Bridget Winstead is a senior program manager in Vanderbilt Health’s Office of Government and Community Affairs where she specializes in representing Vanderbilt Health across the region. Prior to joining Vanderbilt Health, Bridget began her career in Washington, D.C. working for Senate Leadership and The Senate Foreign Relations Committee for Senator Bob Corker (R-TN) and worked for DKC Public Relations in Los Angeles.