Harpeth Capital Picks Advisors for Expansion Effort

Nashville Business Journal – March 1, 2006

Investment banking firm Harpeth Capital has created an advisory board of seasoned business executives to help it expand nationally.

The seven-year-old firm is based in Nashville, but has its eye on moving into other markets in the near future.

The advisory board members are:

  • William Andrews, principal at Kohlberge & Co. and chairman of Corrections Corp. of America;
  • Sam Bartholomew, founder and chairman emeritus of law firm Adams & Reese/Stokes Bartholomew;
  • Jim Bradford, dean of Vanderbilt University’s Owen Graduate School of Management;
  • Bret Comolli, CEO of Asurion;
  • Marty Dickens, Tennessee president of BellSouth Corp.;
  • Winfield Dunn, former Tennessee governor;
  • Jack Faris, recently-retired president and CEO of the National Federation of Independent Business;
  • Clayton McWhorter, co-founder and chairman of Clayton Associates;
  • Stuart McWhorter, co-founder and president of Clayton Associates;
  • George Yowell, president of Tennessee Tomorrow Inc.