August 25, 2016 – Leading retained executive search firm Morgan Samuels congratulates Senior Client Partner Linda Rebrovick on her receipt of the Nashville Technology Council’s 2016 Hall of Fame Award. Honored for making significant contributions to the Nashville technology community, Ms. Rebrovick received the award during the NTC’s Annual Meeting on August 24, 2016.
Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam kicked off the meeting and Randy Boyd, Commissioner of the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development, was Keynote Speaker. Bryan Huddleston, President and CEO of the Nashville Technology Council, presented Ms. Rebrovick with the award, along with a Gibson guitar.
“Linda is one of Nashville’s greatest tech champions,” said Mr. Huddleston. “Thanks to her leadership in promoting tech solutions to address our region’s problems including transit and education, we’re all creating a smarter Nashville.”
Formerly Board Chair of the Nashville Technology Council, Ms. Rebrovick is currently a Senior Client Partner at Morgan Samuels and co-leader of the firm’s Healthcare Practice. Morgan Samuels Chairman and CEO Bert Hensley said, “We congratulate Linda on receiving this prestigious and well-deserved award. In growing from a boutique firm to one of the most successful search firms in the country, we’ve never had any Partner come on board and achieve the level of business success that Linda has in such a short period of time. Moreover, her enthusiastic, collaborative style has been an inspiration to all of us in the firm. We are grateful to have such an extraordinary talent on our team.”
Ms. Rebrovick chose to go into board and executive search at this point in her career because of her life long passion for connecting and supporting others. “There is nothing more rewarding than to help someone achieve a goal or accomplish something they never knew they could do,” she said. “At Morgan Samuels, I am in a position to work every day to help candidates and clients achieve their goals and continue to give back to Nashville by ensuring we have outstanding talent here – to build a Smarter Nashville.”
Prior to joining Morgan Samuels, Ms. Rebrovick was a candidate for the office of Mayor, Metropolitan Nashville and Davidson County Government, and her platform centered on Smart City initiatives. She currently serves as a Director on the Boards of HealthStream, Inc., a leading healthcare workforce development and patient experience company, and Tribridge Enterprises, LLC, a global cloud solutions and business technology services company. She also serves as co-chair and co-founder of Women Corporate Directors, Tennessee, founding Board Director of the Nashville Entrepreneur Center, and Trustee of the Board of Leadership Nashville.
About Morgan Samuels
For more than 45 years, Morgan Samuels has developed and delivered exceptional leadership talent for clients worldwide, from Fortune 500 to rapid growth start-ups.
The firm was founded in 1969, with a single idea in mind: to help people and organizations achieve their greatest potential. And this vision has become today’s reality. Today, Morgan Samuels transforms businesses by employing innovative strategies to identify, attract, and retain top talent.
One of the first search firms to adopt Lean Six Sigma methodologies, Morgan Samuels has developed a truly leading-edge system for search execution, utilizing streamlined, data-driven processes to produce industry-leading results.