Economic Inclusion Advisory Committee
The 17-member Economic Inclusion Advisory Committee, created by former Mayor Megan Barry in September 2016, serves in an effort to create a “Nashville Vision” that helps empower low- and middle-income Nashvillians towards financial inclusion.
The committee consists of three subgroups: financial literacy, financial empowerment and financial capability.
Read the Economic Inclusion Advisory Committee formation press release for additional information.
Financial Literacy Subcommittee
- Shawn Joseph, subcommittee chair, Director of Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools
- Dean Eric Johnson, Vanderbilt University, Owen School of Business Management
- Jackie Morgan, Senior Economic and Financial Education Specialist, Federal Reserve Bank
- Jamie Woodson, Executive Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, S.C.O.R.E
- Carol Yochem, President, Middle Tennessee Market, First Tennessee
- Kent Oliver, Director, Nashville Public Library
Financial Empowerment Subcommittee
- Eddie George, subcommittee chair, Managing Partner, Edward George Wealth Management Group
- Joanne Pulles, President, The HCA Foundation and the HCA Hope Fund
- Tracey Dill, Director of Financial Stability, United Way of Metropolitan Nashville
- Martha Silva, Director of Economic Integration Initiatives, Conexion Americas
- Jarrett Strickland, Investment Advisor, Molette Investment Services
- Robert Stokes, Financial Management Advisor, Edward Jones Financial
Financial Capability Subcommittee
- Justice William C. Koch, subcommittee chair, Dean, Nashville School of Law
- State Sen. Jeff Yarbro, Counsel, Bass Berry & Sims
- Sarah Sanders Teague, Senior Vice President, Pinnacle Financial Partners
- Carolyn Schott, Member Attorney, Sherrard, Roe, Voigt and Harbison
- Brandon Puttbrese, Account Executive, GS&F Public Relations