Greater Memphis Chamber Announces the Memphis Crossroads Magazine's 2013 Young Memphians
Release date: 7/17/2013
Memphis, Tenn – The Greater Memphis Chamber announces the names of the ten young professionals to be featured in the Memphis Crossroads Magazine: 2013 Young Memphis annual issue.
“The Young Memphis professionals that will be featured in this issue represent the next generation of our business community,” said Amy Daniels, Senior Vice President, Membership & Communications, Greater Memphis Chamber. “We see the soul of our city come to life in them and the work that they do – whether creating the next great meal to figuring out logistics. Each one contributes to our story and makes Memphis the authentic city that it is.”
Now in its third year, the Young Memphis issue has received local and national awards each year including a MarCom Gold Award and a PRSA Vox Gold Award. It was created to give exposure to Memphis’ future business leaders and to show our young professionals what they can accomplish in our unique city.
The qualifications include being a Chamber member and under 40. Nominations were received through the Chamber’s social media outlets and through email.
Each Young Memphian will have a full page profile in the summer issue of Memphis Crossroads Magazine, which will be published in early August. A printed version will be mailed to all Chamber members and a digital version will be available on the Chamber’s website and social media channels. To find out more and view past issues, visit www.memphischamber.com.
2013 Young Memphians
Nicole R. Harris, Digital Media Coordinator, The Westin Memphis Beale Street
Angie Ware, Director of Corporate Relocation and Business Development, Prudential Collins-Maury
Lisa Middlebrook, Training & Development Coordinator, Electrolux Major Appliances
Catherine Harris, Senior Attorney of Legal Technology Transactions, FedEx Corporation
Carrie Rundhaug, President, Mississippi River Office Solutions
McLean T. Wilson, Vice President, Kemmons Wilson, Inc.
Patrick “Trey” Carter, President, Olympic Career Training Institute
Danny Mincey, Division Recruiter, Mitsubishi Electric Power Products, Inc.
Kelly English, The Chef-Owner, Restaurant Iris
Randy Spicer, Plant Controller, Nucor Steel
Celebrating its 175th year, the Greater Memphis Chamber is the lead economic development agency for Memphis/Shelby County, and is a private, non-profit, membership-driven organization comprised of 2,300 business enterprises, civic organizations, educational institutions and individuals.