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Introducing 2022 - 2023 Class of The Commonwealth Society



The Ascension Saint Thomas Rutherford Foundation is pleased to introduce the 2022 - 2023 class of The Commonwealth Society, a forum for Rutherford County business professionals to receive a "behind the scenes" look at the inner workings of the county's largest hospital while exploring healthcare issues of national and local importance. 

As in years' past, cohort members were thoughtfully selected from a diverse range of industries and represent many different job roles. Over the next six months, participants will learn about challenges, innovations, and future plans from Ascension Saint Thomas Rutherford administrators and clinical leaders during private interactive tours of the surgery and catheterization lab, the cancer center, the emergency department, and much more. 

The Commonwealth Society was founded in 1996 by the Ascension Saint Thomas Rutherford Foundation Board of Directors and the late Jean Moser, a beloved local educator. 

"We are so excited about the relaunch of The Commonwealth Society after a reprieve during the pandemic," said Gina DeJean, director, Ascension Saint Thomas Rutherford Foundation. "It is an honor to host such accomplished community members for a program that has become a special part of our history."

2022 - 2023 cohort members are named below:

Haley Adams      
Director of Marketing and Communications for United Way of Rutherford County 

Jamie Bigelow
Battalion Chief for Murfreesboro Fire Department

Kristi Broaddus         
Branch Sales Manager for Smartbank

Ashley Carter
Business Development Officer for Redstone Federal Credit Union

Chase Doscher
Attorney at the Law Office of Scott Kimberly

Scott Flowers
Financial Planner for LPL Financial 

Polly Hill
Marketing Coordinator for Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce

Emily Hutchinson
Hutchinson Farms

Dena Oneal
Director of Operations for Stones River Consulting

Charlie Ramsay
Account Executive for Marsh Mclennan Agency

Brittany Speckhart
Manager of Business Development for MTSU Blue Raiders

 

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