2016 In Charge: Nonprofits [Nashville Post]

2016 In Charge: Nonprofits
Wednesday, March 23, 2016 | The leaders directing the growth of good causes across Middle Tennessee
Nashville Post

 
Albert Menefee and Dwight Hall on raceday

Albert Menefee and Dwight Hall on raceday

 

As has become an annual tradition, the Post presents In Charge, a compendium of Middle Tennessee’s top business, politics and civic leaders. The more than 450 women and men on our list, the Post’s seventh, represent the best of the best — and always are “in charge.” 
Pete Bird — President and CEO, Frist Foundation: Has served as foundation head since 2002 but with the entity since 1983. Oversees more than $140 million in foundation assets.

Glenn Cranfield — President and CEO, Nashville Rescue Mission: Oversees large-scale operation that includes staff, a 25-member board and hundreds of citizens. Mission facility property is being engulfed by SoBro redevelopment.

Jaynee Day — President and CEO, Second Harvest Food Bank: Has led since 1988 an organization fighting hunger with a network of more than 450 nonprofits working within 46 counties. 

Albert Menefee — President, Iroquois Steeplechase Race Committee: Has served on committee for 15-plus years as secretary and treasurer before appointment to president in 2008. Steeplechase, celebrating 75th anniversary in 2016, has raised more than $10 million for Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital since 1981.

Read the rest of the article & see a complete list of honorees here.