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Price Thompson joins CRT Board of Directors

Updated: Feb 10

Cumberland Region Tomorrow (CRT) is delighted to announce that Price Thompson, a highly experienced legal professional, has joined its Board of Directors. Price brings with him a wealth of knowledge and expertise that will be invaluable to CRT as it continues its mission to improve the quality of life for all residents of Middle Tennessee.

Price joined Wilson Bank & Trust in 2021 as the organization's first General Counsel. Before joining Wilson Bank, Price practiced law for more than 20 years, including time at a law firm in Lebanon and clerking for a federal magistrate judge in Nashville. Over the course of his career, Price has also worked on Capitol Hill in Washington DC and practiced law at a firm in Nashville.

In addition to his professional accomplishments, Price is an active member of his community and serves on the board of the Community Foundation of Wilson County. He is a graduate of Wake Forest University and Vanderbilt Law School, and is originally from Hartsville, TN.

As a member of CRT's Board of Directors, Price will play an integral role in the organization's efforts to shape the future of Middle Tennessee and ensure that the quality of life for all residents continues to improve. CRT is the only organization in Middle Tennessee taking a holistic view of growth and development issues facing the region, providing residents with the opportunity to learn about quality of life issues and engage with local leaders who make decisions that impact their lives.

Price shared his thoughts on joining CRT, saying, "As a lifelong Middle Tennessee resident, I want to see the great quality of life in Middle Tennessee that I have experienced continue for my own children. The growth and opportunity that Middle Tennessee currently enjoys presents many infrastructure challenges where I see CRT can make a positive impact. Traffic management and planning is definitely an important challenge among many."

Cumberland Region Tomorrow is excited to have Price join its Board of Directors, and look forward to the contributions he will make in shaping the future of our region.

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