Franklin Tomorrow to add three new board members in 2020

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Franklin Tomorrow Board Chair Allena Bell (left) welcomes Adam Hicks, Diane LeBlanc and Eric McElroy to the Franklin Tomorrow Board of Directors; they will begin meeting with the board in January 2020. (Courtesy Franklin Tomorrow)

Franklin Tomorrow Board Chair Allena Bell (left) welcomes Adam Hicks, Diane LeBlanc and Eric McElroy to the Franklin Tomorrow Board of Directors; they will begin meeting with the board in January 2020. (Courtesy Franklin Tomorrow)

Three new board members will join Franklin Tomorrow beginning early next year.

Adam Hicks with Skanska USA Building, Diane LeBlanc from Renasant Bank and Eric McElroy from WSP Global will join the board of directors effective Jan. 1, according to a Dec. 17 release from the organization.


"Franklin Tomorrow's 25-member Board of Directors is a cross-section of our community and we feel these three new board members will deepen that reflection of the community," Board Chair Allena Bell said in the release.

Franklin Tomorrow is a local nonprofit organization dedicated to engaging the community and advocating for collaboration and vision for the future of Franklin. The organization hosts several events throughout the year, including Breakfast with the Mayors, FrankTalks and On The Table. 615-794-0998. www.franklintomorrow.org
By Wendy Sturges

A Houston native and graduate of St. Edward's University in Austin, Wendy Sturges has worked as a community journalist covering local government, health care, business and development since 2011. She has worked with Community Impact since 2015 as a reporter and editor and moved to Tennessee in 2019.


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