By Phil Gibbs on June 29, 2010
Turney Stevens has joined the E|SPACES Member Council, according to Jim Lackey, Chair of the Council. Turney is Dean of the College of Business at Lipscomb University in Nashville, Tennessee. Prior to moving into academia at Lipscomb, Stevens spent his career as an investment banker, entrepreneur and corporate executive.
Stevens served as Chairman & CEO of Harpeth Companies, an investment banking and consulting company; Founder and Chairman of a consolidation of commercial printing companies with $240 million in revenues and plants in 10 U.S. cities; as president of a magazine publishing company with five titles; and as President of a mid-market investment banking firm with offices in the U.S. and Europe.
Stevens is a graduate of Vanderbilt University where he earned his Executive Master’s of Business Administration degree from the Owen Graduate School of Management and serves on the Board of Kohlberg Capital Corporation (NASDAQ: KCAP) where he is an Independent Director and serves on the Compensation and Valuation Committees. He is a recent graduate of the UCLA Anderson School of Management’s Director’s College where he focused his study on corporate governance and ethics.
E|SPACES is a new type of office designed for today’s generation of mobile, connected professionals—entrepreneurs, attorneys, accountants, consultants, designers, and professionals in all areas. It combines the warm, open and inviting environment of a coffee shop with the functionality of an office—a business address and phone number, high speed wireless internet, printers and copiers, along with conference rooms for meetings. Members sign up for the time they need, from two days a month up to twenty days, for a price significantly below the cost of a traditional office.
In his role on the Member Council, Turney will help the company redefine the concept of the office by providing feedback on the offerings, service and all aspects of the E|SPACES experience. The first center located in the new Hill Center at Belle Meade in Nashville is scheduled to open in early July.
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