Betty Burchett — Rotary District Governor

Speaker Friday, October 27, 2023

Betty Burchett is a Middle Tennessee native with over 30 years in local government and is currently the Senior Vice President of Information Technology and Security for Legends Bank, in Clarksville TN. She has worked as the county’s Information Systems Director, Accounts and Budgets Director, and Assessor of Property. Burchett served as the President of the Tennessee Assessor’s Association and traveled to many counties throughout Tennessee.

While Assessor, Burchett was named Assessor of the Year. As Accounts and Budgets Director, she led a team that produced and presented a budget of over two hundred million dollars. As Accounts and Budgets Director, Burchett is familiar with unfunded mandates that are sent down from the State Government. As Information Systems Director, Burchett helped rebuild the network infrastructure after the January 2000 tornado. At the state level, Burchett was appointed by Governor Haslam to the State Board of Equalization, serving two terms.

She served as the first woman president of the Clarksville Rotary Club and is a member of the Captain William Edmiston Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, as well as a 2006 graduate of Leadership Clarksville. Burchett serves at LifePoint Church and has been involved on many advisory boards. Most of all, she enjoys quality time with her family. Betty and her husband, Robert, have two children and are blessed with grandchildren.

 Our Current Speaker Schedule

11/10/23Virginia Ballard — Exec Dir, Project C.U.R.E.
11/17/23Julia Tanner and Beth Easter — Cello and Story: An Autumn/Thanksgiving Surprise
11/24/23No Meeting — Have a Thanksgiving filled with grattitude
12/1/23Leslie Ann Browning — Vanderbilt Children’s Surgery Programs
12/8/23Dr. Alex Langerman, Surgeon — Value of Recording and Data Science in Surgery
12/15/23Daryl Curry — Education in Metro Nashville
12/22/23Enjoy the Holiday Season–no meeting
12/29/23Enjoy the Holiday Season–no meeting
1/5/24Jim Shulman — “A New Year for Me As Professor”

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