Fairview Advisory Board

All Fairview tenant companies benefit from the expertise of the Center’s Advisory Board.
Next Meeting

Mar. 23 - 12:00 PM

The agenda is unavailable at this time.

These volunteers, representing diverse disciplines, are available to every tenant, as needed, to discuss strategy or simply sound out business issues. The Advisory Board is charged with making the final determination on which companies are accepted into the Center and whether or not a company’s lease is to be renewed. At least once a year, each tenant company makes a presentation to the Advisory Board on their progress and projected business plan. Advisory Board members are expected to provide constructive feedback. The Advisory Board’s regular meetings are scheduled bi-monthly (January, March, May, July, September and November) .

Bruce Hayes
Cavanaugh Mims
Nuclear Engineer with experience in transportation and logistics, and radioactive waste packaging , environmental remediation, and special nuclear materials disposition.
Chad Duty
Associate Professor in the Mechanical, Aerospace & Biomedical Engineering Department at the University of Tennessee.
Cindy Atchley
Director of Career Services at Pellissippi State Community College.
David Morehous
Managing Counsel and founder of Morehous Legal Group, PLLC, a legal practice focusing on startups, growth-stage companies, and specialty securities and M&A transactions.
Dennis Corley
Business Development and community Relationships Manager at Three Roots Capital and Manager of US Dept. of Agriculture Rural Microentrepreneur Assistance Program.
Ellen Trusty
Jesse Smith
Serves on the Industrial and Economic Development Partnership team at Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
Kathryn Schrader
Kermit Parks
Software development professional and entrepreneur with a background in large software systems, engineering and the physical sciences.
Peter Jones
Entrepreneur and business executive with P&L responsibility for several multinational technology-based companies.
Terrence Carter
Vice President of Economic and Business Development at Knoxville Area Urban League.
Todd Napier
President and CEO of The Development Corporation of Knox County.