Awards for Regional Thinking & Action

Addressing the challenges and opportunities that face our ten-county region requires extraordinary commitment to leadership and collaboration. The role of personal and professional leadership towards advancing the concepts of regionalism, quality growth, and sustainable development is critical to the process, yet that leadership often goes unrecognized.

Cumberland Region Tomorrow, a regional collaborative partnership for the ten-county region, works to recognize and reward successful examples of Quality Growth across the region.  Through the annual Awards for Regional Thinking and Action, our region recognizes key private and public sector leaders that have made significant contributions in creating a more economical competitive, livable, and sustainable Middle Tennessee.

Cumberland Region Tomorrow presented the 2013 CRT Awards for Regional Thinking and Action to three well deserving organizations and individuals:

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Greater Nashville Association of Realtors — Don Klein and Price Lechleiter

For outstanding vision and collaborative leadership in the creation of the Middle Tennessee Transit Citizens’ Academy.

 

Lipscomb University’s Nelson and Sue Andrews Institute for Civic Leadership — Linda Schacht, Lydia Lenker, and Cathy Cate

For outstanding vision and collaborative leadership in the creation of the Middle Tennessee Transit Citizens’ Academy.

 

Charles W. Bone

For extraordinary contributions to the future of our region through Transit Alliance for Middle Tennessee, the POWER OF TEN Regional Summit, Cumberland Region Tomorrow, and countless other avenues.

 

 

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