Clint Mosley Joins MomSource Network Leadership Team

Tuesday, December 1, 2015
Clint St. Mosle
Clint St. Mosle

MomSource Network, with offices located in Knoxville, Chattanooga and Nashville, announced that Clint St. Mosley will be joining the organization’s leadership team as vice president of Sales and Operations. 

“Since we were established in 2013 as the only company nationally to bring both an employer and a potential employee solution-oriented alternative to the flexible workplace and its future, MomSource has seen tremendous growth in our existing markets,” said Courtney Jones, founder and president of MomSource Network. “Our positioning strategy moving forward will include a very aggressive approach to new markets and client service. Clint’s expertise and background are a perfect fit to round out the quality, commitment and drive of our team.” 

Mr. St. Mosley received a Bachelor of Professional Studies in Organizational Leadership from the University of Memphis as well as a Master of Science in Human Resource Development from Villanova University. He went on to work in sales and marketing for a national wireless carrier for more than 11 years. Mr. St. Mosely is active in philanthropic initiatives, including Big Brothers Big Sisters.


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