05 Jan Goodwill Industries Of Middle Tennessee Names Six New Board Members
Trustee Also Appointed; New Board Term Under Way
Goodwill Industries of Middle Tennessee has announced the appointment of six new members to its board of directors as well as one new trustee.
Joining the board are Tom Lampe, Nashville region vice president for Messer Construction Co.; Keith Lampkin, deputy director of the Clarksville Housing Authority; Rob Massie, vice president of IT Business Integration & Strategy at Dollar General Corporation; Cristina Oakeley, senior advisor with Compass Executives; Clay Teter, retired senior vice president of real estate and construction at Tractor Supply Co.; and Jeff Young, relationship manager for FirstBank’s Corporate Banking Group. The three-year term for new board members began Jan. 1, 2021.
Young, who served the last three years as a trustee and previously served four years on Goodwill’s board, will be succeeded as a trustee by Beth Johnson, a senior investment consultant at Pavilion, a Mercer Practice.
“Our board of directors and trustees are dedicated community leaders who are also committed to changing lives through education, training and employment across middle and west Tennessee,” said incoming Board Chairman Bryan L. Bean, a senior vice president at Pinnacle Financial Partners. “We welcome the impressive skills and experience of these new volunteers. They arrive during a period of economic uncertainty around the globe but also at a time of opportunity for Goodwill to grow its mission services and meet a rapidly increasing need here at home.
“We look forward to their contributions and are excited they chose to serve alongside Goodwill,” he added.
Senior Investment Consultant, Pavilion
Johnson is a senior investment consultant at Pavilion, a Mercer Practice, servicing endowment, foundation and family office clients with over $9 billion in aggregate assets under advisement. She previously worked as an investment director for Vanderbilt University’s endowment. She began her career as an investment analyst at Duke Management Company. Johnson completed coursework in Economics at the University of North Carolina — Chapel Hill Graduate School and holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics, Mathematics, Computer Science, and German from Transylvania University. She is a member of the CFA Institute and a past board member of the CFA Society of St. Louis and the Nashville Society of Financial Analysts.
Nashville Region Vice President, Messer Construction
Lampe began his career with Messer in 1991 after graduating from the University of Cincinnati with a degree in civil engineering. He now leads Messer’s Nashville region, where he was instrumental in opening the office in 2006. He previously served as project development vice president, providing leadership and strategic counsel to project development team members in each of Messer’s nine regions. Lampe serves as president of the Board of the Associated General Contractors of Middle Tennessee, is a board member of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Middle Tennessee and is on the Nashville Chamber Moving Forward Committee.
Deputy Director, Clarksville Housing Authority
Lampkin is deputy director of the Clarksville Housing Authority, which maintains 500 units with 1,300 residents. He is former director of the City of Clarksville’s Housing and Community Development. Lampkin began his career with the Hopkinsville-Christian County Regional Planning Commission as a city planner. He next served as city manager for Oak Grove, Ky., and then as senior planner for the Clarksville-Montgomery County Regional Planning Commission. Lampkin is secretary of the National Community Development Association and vice chair of the Tennessee Affordable Housing Coalition. He holds a bachelor’s degree in public management from Austin Peay State University and is a U. S. Army veteran.
Robert ‘Rob’ Massie
Vice President of IT Business Integration & Strategy, Dollar General Corporation
Massie is vice president of IT Business Integration & Strategy at Dollar General Corporation, a discount retailer that focuses on serving others through simple, convenient neighborhood stores and adult literacy grants to organizations across 44 states. Massie’s background includes platform architecture at Deloitte US and Deloitte Global, imaging and mainframe reporting at HCA and senior management roles across most IT infrastructure and development departments at Dollar General. He holds an MBA from Pepperdine University and a bachelor’s degree in Management and Human Relations from Trevecca Nazarene University. He is host of the Planet Jesus Podcast and is teaching pastor at New Life Fellowship.
Senior Advisor, Compass Executives
Oakeley, a senior adviser for Compass Executives, specializes in business development, multi-cultural marketing and global trade. Oakeley has served as chief marketing officer at Plaza Mariachi and as an adjunct professor at Belmont University, teaching International Marketing. Oakeley worked for the Tennessee Performing Arts Center, Genesco Inc., Moore Entertainment, Ajax Turner Company, the state of Tennessee and several public relations agencies. She has bachelor’s degrees in advertising, public relations and psychology and a masters in Art in Civic Leadership. Oakeley holds leadership roles for more than a dozen Middle Tennessee organizations and hosts a weekly television show for the Nashville CBS affiliate called Que Pasa Nashville.
Retired, Former Senior Vice President Tractor Supply Co.
Teter retired in 2018 as Tractor Supply Co.’s senior vice president of real estate and construction. More than 1,300 stores across 49 states, seven distribution centers and the flagship Tractor Supply Store Support Center in Brentwood were built during his tenure. Previously, he was vice president of real estate at Family Dollar stores, having served there in a variety of roles. His experience also includes five years running his own construction firm. Teter has a marketing degree from West Texas A&M University. He served two years as chairman of Tractor Supply Co.’s annual United Way campaign, raising over $1.5 million.
Vice President of Corporate Banking, FirstBank
Young began his career in 1999 as a credit analyst for Synovus Financial. He received a bachelor’s degree in Marketing from the University of Georgia and an MBA from Georgia State University. After college, Young joined AmSouth Bank as a management associate. In 2008, he joined Tennessee Bank & Trust, serving in various roles including area executive for Williamson County and senior vice president of Commercial Banking & Strategic Planning. In 2020, Young moved to FirstBank, where he currently serves as a relationship manager within the Corporate Banking Group. In 2018, Young completed the Louisiana State University Graduate School of Banking. He is active with several Nashville civic organizations.