Boys & Girls Clubs Of Chattanooga Announces 2 Board Appointments

Thursday, June 4, 2020
Adam Osborne
Adam Osborne

The Boys & Girls Club of Chattanooga announced on Thursday that Adam Osborne, Partner of Accounting and Auditing, Henderson Hutcherson & McCullough, and David Roddy, Chief of Police, Chattanooga Police Department have been elected to the Club’s Board of Directors.

"We are pleased to welcome Adam and David to the Boys & Girls Club of Chattanooga board at this critical stage of our evolution,” said Trae Vaughan, Board Chair. “As highly respected and seasoned executives with valuable leadership experience and community connections, we look forward to Adam and David’s engagement and assistance in guiding our objectives of building great futures for Chattanooga youth.”

Mr. Osborne is a partner in HHM’s Accounting and Auditing Department. In addition to his work with clients, he is heavily involved in his community. He is an active member of Christway Community Church, Ooltewah, Treasurer for the Chattanooga Regional Homeless Coalition, and he serves on the advisory board of the Tennessee Small Business Development Center. He is also involved with the Cleveland Tn. Chamber of Commerce. He is a graduate of Lee University, where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Business Administration.

Police Chief David Roddy has 24 years of service with the Chattanooga Police Department. During his time at the Chattanooga Police Department, Chief Roddy has proven to be a motivated leader, adept at building and rallying success as a Commanding Officer. He has served as Acting Chief, Chief of Staff, Captain– Internal Affairs Division Commander, Captain– Uniformed Services Patrol Sector 3, and Captain/Lieutenant– Special Operations Division Commander/SWAT Commander. He has served in Patrol, Narcotics and Gang Investigations as well as serving over 14 years on the department’s SWAT Team. He is a graduate of Middle Tennessee State University, where he earned his Bachelor of Science.

David Roddy
David Roddy

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