Beverlee Bartley Joins LBMC As Business Development Manager

Friday, July 11, 2014

Lattimore Black Morgan & Cain, PC and the LBMC Family of Companies announces the return of Beverlee Bartley as business development manager for LBMC, PC in Chattanooga.

Ms. Bartley was previously with LBMC Employment Partners, LLC where she served as a business developer for five years. Her experience includes operational management, compliance, leadership, human resources, and her passion for long term partnership building. "She has earned a strong reputation as a valuable professional who aligns clients’ needs with necessary and appropriate LBMC Family of Companies’ services," officials stated.

“LBMC has had a tremendous year of growth as we continue to focus on our clients’ needs in this ever-changing economy,” said Dennis Blanton, LBMC managing partner. “Beverlee has in-depth knowledge of LBMC from her previous time here. Also, as a Chattanooga native, she has a solid understanding of the Tennessee business environment and strong relationships in the community. It’s great to welcome her back to LBMC and I know she will be instrumental in our continued growth in the years to come."

Ms. Bartley is a former board member of the American Cancer Society, former coordinator of the Komen Race for the Cure for Breast Cancer and recipient of the Junior Achievement Consultant of the Year award.  She is also active with the Women’s Leadership Institute, and participated on the initial design and implementation team of the community wide women’s mentoring program. Ms. Bartley is the Chair of the CWLI Women Mentoring Women Committee; serves on the Star Night Sponsorship Committee supporting Siskin Children’s Institute; and Fundraiser Committee for the Dinner of Firsts supporting Chattanooga State Technical Community College.  Her additional memberships include Chattanooga Medical Group Management Association and The Society for Human Resource Management.  She serves as a board member of the Chattanooga Chamber Downtown Council and served as their 2013/2014 VP of Membership.  She is also a member of the Chattanooga Regional Manufacturers Association.

Ms. Bartley received her Bachelor’s degree in Organizational Management from Covenant College and her Associates degree from Cleveland State Community College. 

Ms. Bartley is originally from Etowah, TN and has lived in Chattanooga for the majority of her adult life with the exception of the two years she lived in Germany.  She and her husband, Gary, have 4 children, 4 grandchildren, and share a passion for music and travel.






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