The President’s Roundtable held its inaugural meeting on October 8, 2009, and meets two times a year for a formal dinner or picnic and a presentation designed to help members become better acquainted with the College. Past meetings, for example, have showcased the communications department, music and theatre departments, and the Center for Leadership Initiatives.
Purpose of President's Roundtable
According to its by-laws, the purpose of the President’s Roundtable is to broaden the base of community interest and support for Bryan College through familiarizing and involving a wider and more diverse range of individuals in the work and purpose of the college. Putting “Christ Above All,” this body better utilizes the college’s resources and furthers its mission and goals through:
- Consultation with administration and faculty regarding new developments and programs,
- Identifying possible sources of support, and
- The encouragement of mutually beneficial cooperative ventures between the college and area businesses and agencies.
Upcoming Meeting Dates
- March 2, 2017
President's Roundtable Members
- Chuck Baker, chairman, vice president of advancement, Bryan College
- Rob Armstrong, pastor, New Union Baptist Church
- Joyce Carlson, financial church secretary/retired elementary school teacher
- Bradley E. Harris, finance and accounting consultant, University of Tennessee Municipal Technical Advisory Service
- Regina Hogue, retired
- Bradley Moore, owner/operator of McDonalds branch
- Lebron Purser, agency manager Farm Bureau
- Jeff Smith, owner, NAPA Auto Parts & NAPA Auto Care
- Lalania Vaughn, director of fine arts, Tipton-Rosemark Academy
Emeriti President’s Roundtable Members
- Mary Frances Carlson, retired educator
- Helen Louise Stout, retired, Royal Care, Inc.
Ex-Officio President's Roundtable Members
- Delana Bice, chairman, Bryan College board of trustees
- Mike Latham, superintendent, Dayton City School
- Jerry Levengood, Rhea County superintendent of schools
- Gary Louallen, mayor, City of Dayton
- George Thacker, Rhea County executive
- Dennis Tumlin, executive director, Rhea Economic & Tourism Council
- Ron Travis, state representative
- Ken Yager, state senator
- Olivia Kezer, Bryan College student government association president
For more information about the President’s Roundtable, please contact Margie Legg by email or phone at 423.775.7210.