Leadership Middle Tennessee Board of Directors is pleased to announce the addition of Dalih Suchet and Regina Medlen. Suchet is the co-founder and president of Whitehall Benefits as well as the founder of Finishing Touches. Medlen is the vice president of Franklin Synergy Bank.
Originally from South Africa, Suchet believes there’s no one-size-fits-all approach to business or to life, and customized solutions and relationship building are the keys to success. The consummate facilitator, she feels most rewarded when connecting businesses and people with each other and with the products they need to attain their goals and ensure long-term financial independence. Suchet created two networking organizations including Women Evolving in Business and Aging Resources for the Senior Market. She is also a member of CABLE women’s networking group and the National Association for Long-term Care Insurance, and is a volunteer for Safe Haven Family Shelter and Junior Achievement. Dalih lives in Nashville with her husband and two children.
Medlen is a lifelong resident of Smyrna, Tennessee. She is active in the community and has served on the Board of Directors for the Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce, North Rutherford YMCA, Smyrna Senior Citizens and Smyrna Parks & Advisory Board. She is a graduate of Leadership Donelson-Hermitage and Leadership Rutherford. She has also served on the Sister City Committee for the Town of Smyrna, which oversees the student exchange program for Smyrna and Zama, Japan. She has been to Japan three times serving as chaperone for the Smyrna Delegation. Medlen has been married to her husband, Bobby, for 36 years. They have two daughters, Laurel and Andrea. She enjoys being involved in her community, spending time with her family and painting.
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About Leadership Middle Tennessee:
Leadership Middle Tennessee was founded in 1999, as an initiative of Partnership 2000, to contribute to future planned and sustainable economic and community growth and development in the ten-county area through the participation of community, non-profit, government and business leaders.
The program highlights historic and contemporary perspectives on relevant regional themes and features presentations by leading experts and key community leaders. Sessions employ a mix of interactive presentations, facilitated dialogue, behind-the-scenes visits and more. Session topics include Education & Workforce Development, Fort Campbell & Military Impact in Middle Tennessee, Agriculture, Globalization, Health & Healthcare, Environmental & Historical Preservation, Government, Public Policy & the Music City Brand, Transportation, Tourism & Sports, and Recreation & Natural Preservation.
Leadership Middle Tennessee is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization overseen by a regional board comprised of the Leadership Middle Tennessee alums, business, and community leaders. The LMT offices originated on the campus of Middle Tennessee State University in 2000. In 2016, LMT offices moved to Cumberland University. In 2018, the LMT offices relocated to Bone McAllester Norton, PLLC in Hendersonville. The current address is 100 Bluegrass Commons Boulevard, Suite 2370, Hendersonville, TN 37075.
The mission of Leadership Middle Tennessee is to inspire regional leadership.