Lewis Lavine, President, Center for Nonprofit Management
Lewis Lavine is president of the Center for Nonprofit Management. His responsibilities include management of the center’s operations, assuring its fiscal integrity, carrying out its mission, implementing the policies established by the Board, and together with the Board, creating a vision for its future. Prior to joining CNM, Lewis was the chairman of The Ingram Group, a government relations and public affairs consulting firm based in Nashville. A graduate of Davidson College, he earned his master's degree in economics from Vanderbilt University. His career has included a number of government posts including executive director of the Tennessee State Planning Office and chief of staff to Gov. Lamar Alexander. He has served on a number of nonprofit boards in Middle Tennessee.