Cornerstone's Travis Lytle Serves On Tennessee Arts Commission Panel

Thursday, April 26, 2012
Travis Lytle
Travis Lytle

Travis Lytle, a vice president and relationship manager of Cornerstone Community Bank, served on the Tennessee Arts Commission’s 2012 Citizen Advisory Panel in Nashville. Panelists must be nominated and meet once a year to offer advice on program planning and to review grant applications. In addition, they serve as year-round resources to the Arts Commission staff as advocates for the arts in their local communities.


“Our panelists consist of dedicated and informed individuals from across the state,” said Rod Reiner, deputy director of the Commission.

  “Most have strong backgrounds in or are active supporters of the arts. They make a tremendous contribution.”


In addition to serving multiple terms on the Tennessee Arts Commission Panel, Mr. Lytle is a graduate of the Holmberg Arts Leadership Institute of Chattanooga and has served on the Chattanooga Boys Choir board of directors for the past six years.

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