EO Nashville Members in the News: Alex Tolbert, Scott Anderson, Sherry Deutschmann, Jennifer Halverson, James Fields, Jeff McCorpin, JJ Rosen, Bryan Merville, Darren Metz, David Box, Tammy Hawes

August 25, 2017


In his column for the Tennessean, Alex Tolbert [BerniePortal] discussed the new practice of companies embedding microchips in their employees.

Awards/Professional Recognition:

Threadbird Printing [Scott Anderson] and LetterLogic [Sherry Deutschmann] were included on the annual Inc. 5000 list, coming in at numbers 2294 and 4993, respectively.

The Nashville Post announced that Jennifer Halverson [Adventureworks] has been added to the Leadership Middle Tennessee Board of Directors.

In the News:

The Nashville Business Journal asked local tech leaders which technology they wish didn’t exist. The following EO Nashville members were featured:

  • James Fields [Concept Technology Inc.]
  • Jeff McCorpin [LBMC Technology Solutions]
  • JJ Rosen [Atiba]
  • Bryan Merville [Beacon Technologies]
  • Darren Metz [NovaCopy]
  • Trinisys [David Box]
  • Tammy Hawes [Virsys12]
  • Dan Hogan [Medalogix]

The chairman and CEO of Trinisys [David Box] was quoted in a Nashville Post article about Representative Marsha Blackburn’s recent discussion on telemedicine.

The Tennessean quoted Mark Deutschmann [Core Development] in an article about Nashville’s greenways attracting homebuyers and developers. Mark was also featured in the Nashville Business Journal for pursuing another development in East Nashville.

Bryan White [Crosslin Technologies] was quoted in the Nashville Post for his company’s rapid growth, which landed it at number 455 on the Inc. 500 list.

The Tennessean and the Nashville Post reported that a lawyer with Bone McAllester Norton [Charles Robert Bone] is seeking to fill a Nashville judge’s job. The firm was also mentioned in the Nashville Ledger for supporting a committee that seeks to shine light on racial atrocities.

Hytch [Robert Hartline] was featured in the Williamson Source for launching a partnership with Goodwill Industries of Middle Tennessee to help its employees overcome lack of transportation as a barrier to employment. Hytch was mentioned in another Williamson Source article about rating Nashville’s commuter traffic.

AdWeek mentioned RedPepper [Tim McMullen] in a roundup of creative ways that brands tied in to the solar eclipse.

Elliott Noble-Holt [Medicopy] was featured in the Nashville Business Journal’s Health Care Heroes series.

Henrietta Red, Bastion and Merchants [Ben Goldberg and Max Goldberg] were mentioned in Vogue as premier places to view the solar eclipse.

The Nashville Scene mentioned Community Hospitality [James Lewis] in a story about chef Andy Little.

Elisabeth Moss [Caregivers by Wholecare] was quoted in the Nashville Post about the company’s new specialized transportation services for the physically impaired.

The Nashville Ledger mentioned Bell and Associates Construction [Darek Bell] in an article about young people deciding between college and the construction industry.

The Nashville Post mentioned Eakin Partners [Barry Smith] in several stories about the sale of several SoBro-area buildings, the 1201 Demonbreun building and a fairgrounds-area building hitting the market.

The Nashville Business Journal featured Judy Spencer of Riggs Davie PLLC [Casey Riggs] in its Health Care Heroes section.

The Nashville Soccer Club [Chris Redhage] was featured in several outlets, including the Tennessean, the Nashville Business Journal, Patch, WPLN (NPR), WKRN - Channel 2, WSMV - Channel 4, WZTV - Fox 17, the Columbia Daily Herald and Clarksville Online, for announcing it would play its inaugural season at First Tennessee Park.

The Nashville Post and the Nashville Business Journal wrote an article on Dan Hogan [Medalogix] stepping aside as company CEO to an executive chairman role.