Enderson Selected for Regional CEO Peer Advisory Board

Source: Vistage | Release | July 16, 2021

Jennifer Enderson, ETEC member, and president of Emory Valley Center, has been selected to be a member of a chief executive peer advisory board in Knoxville by Vistage Worldwide, Inc. She joins over 300 senior executives, business owners, and CEOs across the state of Tennessee who are Vistage members. A Memphis native, Jennifer earned a bachelor of arts degree in sociology from the University of Tennessee and has been employed with Emory Valley Center since 2001.

Board Chair Kurt Greene said, “CEOs and presidents are in the business of making decisions, and the last 15 months have been no time to go it alone. When a seat on one of our executive peer boards opens up, we look for leaders like Jennifer, with values, skills, experiences, and markets that complement our membership.” Greene is Chair of the four Vistage advisory boards in the greater Knoxville area.

Vistage members meet monthly with peers from local non-competing businesses to help one another improve their companies and themselves. Membership is by invitation only and requires a nomination and a selection process.

About Vistage Worldwide, Inc. – Vistage is the world’s leading executive coaching organization for small and midsize businesses. For more than 60 years, we’ve been helping CEOs, business owners and key executives solve their greatest challenges through confidential peer advisory groups and one- to-one executive coaching sessions with accomplished business leaders. Today, more than 23,000 members in 20 countries rely on Vistage to help make better decisions for their companies, families and communities. The results prove it: Vistage member companies grow 2.2 times faster than average small and midsize U.S. businesses, according to a 2017 study of Dun & Bradstreet data. Learn more at vistage.com, KtownCEOs.com, or call (865) 407-0703.

About Emory Valley Center – Emory Valley Center has been meeting the needs of people with intellectual, developmental and physical disabilities in the East Tennessee community for 66 years and currently provides a wide variety of services including Community Integration, Education, Employment, Family Assistance, Pre-Vocational Training, Residential and Behavioral Health Services. This support reaches more than 1,400 adults and children monthly in 16 East Tennessee counties.