The Massey Distinguished Graduate Award honors Massey alumni who display a balance of strengths in the areas of professional achievement, community involvement, and commitment to The Massey School. The award is an annual recognition.
(L to R: Pat Raines, Dean; Teresa Broyles - Aplin; Kimberly Loudon, Massey Alumni Board; Dr. Lee Warren, Professor of Accounting)
Teresa Broyles - Aplin (co - recipient) earned her Master of Accountancy in 1997 and holds a B.B.A in Accounting from Austin Peay State University. She served as manager for Deloitte & Touch, LLP from 1997 to 2004 before moving to her current organization, Nashville Electric Service. Teresa is currently the Chief Financial Officer for N.E.S as well the Secretary/Treasurer of the Electric Power Board. In addition, Teresa serves on the Board of Directors for the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce and is a member of the Downtown Rotary.
(L to R: Pat Raines, Dean; Butch Eley, Kimberly Loudon, Massey Alumni Board; Joe Alexander, Massey Associate Dean)
Howard "Butch" Eley (co - recipient) earned his MBA from The Massey School in 1994, and his career has included positions as President of the Ingram Group and Chief of Staff for the Metropolitan Nashville Mayor's Office. His most recent roles have been as Chief Executive Officer and President of Infrastructure Corporation of America (ICA). His involvement in the community includes service on the Board of Oasis Center of Nashville, the Center for Non – Profit Management, and the Nashville Children’s Theater. He is the past president of Nashville’s Table and oversaw the merger with the Second Harvest Food Bank.
(L to R: Alumni Board President, Jason Whitman; Bryan Martin and Dr. Marilyn Young)
Bryan Martin (co - recipient), a Massey M.Acc alumnus (2002), holds a B.A. in Economics from Vanderbilt University. He is currently a partner with Deloitte & Touche LLP and leads Deloitte’s New England Healthcare and Life Sciences mergers and acquisitions. He consults with boards of directors and senior executives on M & A strategies in both the public and private sectors. Bryan’s community involvement includes company campaign leader for the United Way, youth basketball coach, and contributor to the local Boys and Girls Clubs of Massachusetts. He also enjoys volunteering his time to the NABA as well as speaking to college students about the accounting profession.
(L to R: Dr. Joe Alexander, Associate Dean; Jim Greene, Jason Whitman, Alumni Board President)
Jim Greene (co - recipient) is the president and owner of Richland, LLC – a licensed industrial contractor and contract manufacturer. Under his leadership, the company has become the largest private employer in the area; its products are shipped worldwide. In addition to his responsibilities with Richland, Jim is actively involved in the community and serves on several boards such as the Tennessee Technical and Vocational Advisory Board, the Giles County High School Vocational Advisory Board and Creating a Rural Entrepreneurial System in Tennessee (CREST). He is also a member of the Exchange Club of Giles County. Jim was also a Massey Alumni Board member from 2006 to 2010. He is a Massey M.B.A. alumnus (2005) and holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Alabama.
(L to R: Dr. Pat Raines, Dean; Ann Hatcher; Alumni Board President, Jason Whitman; Dr. Joe Alexander, Associate Dean)
Ann Hatcher, a 1999 graduate of The Jack C. Massey Graduate School of Business, is the Vice President of Human Resources, IT&S at HCA. HCA was founded in 1968 and was one of the nation’s first hospital companies. The company is comprised of over 160 hospitals and 106 freestanding surgery centers that are locally managed in 20 states and Great Britain. Ann’s team, which supports the division that provides IT services across the company, won two HR Excellence Awards from the Nashville Chamber of Commerce for HR Strategy and Measurement of HR Performance. As a Vice President Human Resources, Ann oversees HR Operations, leadership and management development, as well as recognition programs for the IT&S Division.
(L to R: Alumna Courtney Hensley, Helen Lane and Dr. Pat Raines, Dean)
Helen Lane is a partner with C3 Consulting, LLC, and a 1994 graduate of The Jack C. Massey Graduate School of Business. Helen was honored with the Massey Distinguished Graduate Award in October 2012. C3 consulting is a management consulting firm that provides project leadership and guidance for companies experiencing organizational growth and change. Helen, who was also named a winner in the "2012 Health Care Heroes Awards" presented by the Nashville Business Journal, is the Health Care Practice Leader for C3. As one of C3's partners, she specializes in helping health care companies through the strategic planning, design, and execution of critical business processes and leveraging technologies to improve clinical and business results. Helen also oversees projects focused on strategic initiatives, including Electronic Health Records and Health Information Exchange implementations.
(L to R: Dr. Pat Raines, Dean and Jim Stefansic)
Jim Stefansic is the co – founder and COO of Pathfinder Therapeutics. Pathfinder Therapeutics, Inc. (PTI) is the developer of ExplorerTM, an image-guided “GPS” device that enables physicians to accurately and efficiently guide the delivery of cancer therapeutics (usually resection and/or ablation) in soft-tissue organs. Jim has been responsible for day to day operations since February 2005 and served as both CTO and COO. During this this time, the company has grown from 2 to 14 employees. In addition to his responsibilities with Pathfinder Therapeutics, he has served as a guest speaker on several occasions including congressional testimony in 2008 before the US House of Representatives Small Business Subcommittee on Investigations and Oversight. His testimony in part helped lead to the passage of H.R. 2965, “Enhancing Small Business Innovation and Research Act” by the U.S. House of Representatives. Jim is an alumnus of The Jack C. Massey Graduate School of Business (M.B.A., 2005) and holds a Bachelor of Science from Johns Hopkins University as well as a Master of Science and a PhD from Vanderbilt University.
(L to R: Dr. Pat Raines, Dean: Alumna Londa Morgan, Damon Hininger and Alumna Courtney Hensley)
Damon Hininger is the President and CEO of Corrections Corporation of America (CCA). He began his career with CCA in 1992 as a Correctional Officer at the Leavenworth Detention Center. During his tenure at Leavenworth, he held positions in Transportation, Warehouse, Training, and Quality Assurance. Since coming to Nashville, Damon then advanced through various CCA roles, including Director of Strategic Planning, Vice President of Business Analysis, Vice President of Customer Relations, Senior Vice President of Federal/Local Customer Relations, and finally, Chief Operating Officer. In August 2009, he was named by the board as President and CEO, a position where he continues today. He is a member of the American Correctional Association, the North American Association of Wardens and Superintendents, and the National Sheriffs Association, and also serves on the advisory board for The Jack C. Massey Graduate School of Business. Damon is a graduate of The Massey School of Business (M.B.A., 2000) and holds a B.S. from Kansas State University. He has also earned a Certificate in Executive Development from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business.
(Dr. Pat Raines, Dean and Nancy Leach)
Nancy Leach is President, CEO, and Founder of Facility Planners, Inc. (FPI), a Nashville, Tennessee based office furniture dealership. FPI is a full-service company, providing furniture solutions to companies in the markets of healthcare, finance, manufacturing and legal, including city, state and federal government agencies. Nancy has over 20 years of experience in interior design, office furniture and the management of small businesses. A graduate of O’More College of Design in 1984, one of the nation’s top interior design schools, Nancy has been instrumental in the design and project management of numerous corporate, commercial, medical, retail, manufacturing and hospitality facilities. She holds an M.B.A. from Belmont University, where she graduated in 1992, and is a registered interior designer in the state of Tennessee. She currently serves on the Board of the Tennessee Chapter of the International Interior Design Association (IIDA) where she received their highest honor, the 2006 Star Award, serves as a founding member of the Belmont University Center for Business Ethics and is Director of Health & Safety as a member of the Board of The American Red Cross of Middle Tennessee.
(L to R: Dr. Pat Raines, Dean, Charles Hagood and Mrs. Barbara Massey Rogers)
Charles Hagood is President and CEO of Healthcare Performance Partners, LLC (HPP), a Lean Healthcare Europe Affiliate Company, and has overseen the introduction and implementation of Lean Healthcare systems in numerous healthcare organizations including some of the largest non-profit hospitals, national systems, small critical access hospitals, clinics, and large for-profit systems. HPP is one of the few organizations that have successfully translated Lean manufacturing and the Toyota Production System (TPS) to the healthcare industry. Charles also is a founding Principal of The Access Group, LLC (TAG), which is headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee USA area along with HPP, and has worked with Fortune 100 companies throughout the world (GE, Tyco, Cessna, Nissan and many others) in their Lean transformation and process improvement initiatives. Charles also oversees the application of Lean/TPS methodologies into the planning, design, and construction phases of a wide range of clinical and hospital renovation and construction projects. Charles received his M.B.A. from Belmont University's Massey School of Business and is on the faculty of the Belmont University Lean Healthcare Certificate Program.
Dr. Richard Treadway is a physician who specializes in the treatment of psychiatric patients and in the management of healthcare systems. His lengthy career includes positions with the National Institute of Mental Health (Washington, D.C.), Johns Hopkins University, IBM, Vanderbilt University, and HCA, Inc. He has also served in key advisory roles in both state and national government, including an appointment as Commissioner of Mental Health for the state of Tennessee and an appointment to the National Advisory Mental Council by President Richard Nixon. Dr. Treadway is the founder of Psychiatric Solutions, Inc., which operates psychiatric hospitals across the country, and Medical Properties of America, a medical real estate corporation. Treadway earned his B.A. and M.D. degrees from Vanderbilt University and completed his medical residency at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. He later pursued post graduate study in public mental health from the Washington School of Psychiatry. Dr. Treadway is a 1999 M.B.A. graduate of The Massey Graduate School.