By Phil Gibbs on May 24, 2010
Jim Lackey, Chair of the E|SPACES Member Council, announces the addition of Jim Fuller of Jim Fuller Consulting to the Council. Mr. Fuller is an executive coach, a business consultant, and an executive career strategist. Jim Lackey refers to him as the human equivalent of Facebook and Linkedin, because of how well Mr. Fuller is connected in the Nashville area.
By Phil Gibbs on May 13, 2010
Attorney Amy J. Everhart has joined the E|SPACES Member Council, according to Jim Lackey, Council Chair. Amy founded her firm to focus on individuals and organizations in the creative industries, entrepreneurs, inventors, business owners, and others with legal needs in the areas of trademark, copyright, entertainment, and the internet. From 1998 to 2009, she practiced law with the Nashville firm Riley Warnock & Jacobson, PLC. A graduate of Vanderbilt School of Law, Ms. Everhart is the Founding Co-Chair of the Solo and Small-Practice Committee of the Nashville Bar Association, former Chair of the Entertainment & Sports Law Section of the Tennessee Bar Association, and Executive Council Member of the Intellectual Property Section of the Tennessee Bar Association.
By Phil Gibbs on May 11, 2010
Jim Lackey, Chair of the E|SPACES Member Council, announces the addition of Germain Boer to the Council. Germain is Professor of Accounting and Director of the Owen Entrepreneurship Center at Vanderbilt University. In addition to being recognized with teaching awards at Owen, Professor Boer is a member of the editorial boards of the Journal of Accounting and Public Policy, and Strategic Finance. He is active in the Nashville entrepreneurial community, serving as an advisor to startup companies and as a Director of the Nashville Capital Network.
By Phil Gibbs on April 26, 2010
Jim Lackey, Chair of the E|SPACES Member Council, announces the addition of Sid Chambless to the Council. Sid is Executive Director of the Nashville Capital Network (NCN) and Managing Partner of the NCN Angel Fund. The NCN focuses on supporting entrepreneurs as they develop business concepts and seek funding, along with developing sources of capital for early stage investments. As of the beginning of 2010, NCN had participated in $17.8 million in funding for 19 companies, and in April announced the funding of the 20th company.