Eric Hutton

Eric Hutton, Owner Hutton Advertising, LLC,–The GHR Website and Social Media

Speaker Friday, November 18, 2022 Every organization needs a quality presence online. That means a grea looking website that loads quickly on slow mobile devices. It also means a presence on Google Business Profile (formerly Google My Business) and other social media. However, an organization with a weekly meeting, like the Green Hills Rotary Club …

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Dwight Johnson, Executive Director of Preston Taylor Ministries

Speaker Friday, November 11, 2022 Preston Taylor Ministries empowers Preston Taylor children and youth to discover and live their God-inspired dreams, develop a love for learning, and build joy-filled friendships that glorify Christ Jesus. PTM’s vision is that as image bearers of Christ, Preston Taylor Ministries youth will use their God-given gifts to become agents …

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Justin Ploof, Mull IT — Phishing and Protecting Your Electronic Devices

Speaker Friday, November 4, 2022 Phishing attacks do a lot of damage and it is getting much worse. According to www.cybersecuritydive.com, “The financial impact of phishing attacks quadrupled over the past six years, with the average cost rising to $14.8 million per year for U.S. companies in 2021, compared with $3.8 million in 2015, according to a …

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Cheryl B Noe, C.F.R.E. — Executive Director Project C.U.R.E. Nashville

Speaker Friday, October 28, 2022 Since 1987, Project C.U.R.E has been delivering life-saving medical equipment and supplies to hospitals and clinics throughout the under-resourced world. We are the world’s largest distributor of donated medical relief—touching the lives of children and families in more than 135 countries. On average, each week Project C.U.R.E. delivers three to …

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Mekayle Houghton — Executive Director of the Cumberland River Compact

Speaker Friday, October 21, 2022 THREE MILLION PEOPLE AND THOUSANDS OF SPECIES DEPEND ON CLEAN WATER FROM THE CUMBERLAND RIVER. https://cumberlandrivercompact.org/ “Together [the Tennessee and Cumberland River Systems] are home to nearly two-thirds of the fish species and almost 90% of the mussel species found in North America. However, the Tennessee and Cumberland river basins …

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Takisha Brommel–Legacy Building Through Online Presence

Speaker Friday, October 14, 2022 Takisha is the founder and CEO of GirlFriday Business Solutions. She is a coach, speaker, capacity builder, and scalability partner. She loves creating systems, organizing processes, and fostering a culture of collaboration with her clients. She has years of experience helping business owners develop their greatest assets – their team …

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Steve Grissim, “Moving from Awareness to Action”–Human Trafficking

Speaker Friday, October 7, 2022 Steve Grissim is a native Nashvillian and attended DLHS K-12, which makes him a “lifer.”  Steve graduated from Harding University with a BBA in 1986. Grissim is currently developing the Campus for End Slavery TN along with assisting Ashleigh Chapman with Altus Solutions. Grissim’s Rotary Service began in February of …

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Jim Easter, Public & Clinical Lessons Learned from the Civil War

Speaker Friday, September 23, 2022 Jim has been a Green Hills Rotary member since 1990 and is the Founder of Easter Healthcare Consulting (Ehc).  He represents a healthcare client base of some 2,000 healthcare programs worldwide focusing on campus planning and administration.  He was previously a Senior VP and Partner with W/HFR based in Brentwood.  …

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