“Who’s the boss? We tell you in this edition of Inside Memphis Business that leads with our picks for CEO of the Year – notable leaders who get the job done. They represent different pursuits, various missions, and distinct styles, but all bring passion and focus to their journey to success. Take a look at Meri Armour, who’s been in charge at Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital for 12 years and brought it to national attention. Then there’s Jack Soden, who turned Elvis Presley’s Graceland into a global attraction – something that not everyone thought he could pull off. Meanwhile, Nathan A. Bicks has been charged with managing Burch, Porter & Johnson, a prestigious law firm that succeeds not just by making money but by sustaining its reputation and integrity. And then there are the twin dynamos of Jonathan and Jarrett Logan, founders of Castle Black Construction, which is building its fortune one commercial structure at a time.” – Jon W. Sparks

Also in this issue:

  • The partnership between Campbell Clinic and Memphis Union Mission
  • Guiding the next generation of musicians through the Mike Curb Institute for Music at Rhodes College
  • New Memphis has a new leader, but the commitment to developing talent remains the same
  • Ben Adams takes us through the office Baker Donelson
  • Eric Robertson has plans to revitalize Memphis at Community LIFT
  • and more…

CEO Issue Coming this February

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