The Nashville chapter of Entrepreneurs' Organization is almost double the size it was in 2009, thanks to the addition of 29 members in 2011, including eight in the fourth quarter. The new members have taken EO Nashville to 97 members and put the chapter second in the world in terms of growth.
The latest batch of EO Nashville members are:
• Darek Bell, partner of Corsair Distillery, which he started in 2007 with his wife Amy Lee Bell and Andrew Webber
• Brian Biesman, director of the Nashville Center for Laser and Facial Surgery and clinical assistant professor at Vanderbilt University Medical Center and clinical associate professor at the University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center in Memphis
• Mark Deutschmann, founder of Village Real Estate Services and Core Development Services. Deutschmann also is as sustainability chair for the Nashville chapter of the Urban Land Institute.
• Peter Hermann, founder and managing partner of Belmont Software Services, an IT company that provides solutions for enterprise service automation and cloud infrastructure initiatives.
• Randy Holland, founder and managing partner of Fitness Holdings LLC. His personal training business Delta Coaching includes Deltatrac, the first online coaching product that uses an individual’s genetic profile to prescribe a workout program.
• Adam James, co-founder of Wyndham Group Inc., a software consulting group for the high-tech and professional services industries.
• Brian Prentice, founder and senior partner of Ingenuity Associates, an IT management consulting firm
• Alan Young, founder of Armor Concepts LLC, a manufacturer that develops and distributes security and repair products, and ProQuest Sports Management