The Executive Board is comprised of association officers and standing committee chairs.
President: Lindsey Cox
Lindsey likes living in Salemtown because of the location - minutes from downtown, walking distance of the Farmer's Market and neighboring restaurants and you can hop on the intestate and be anywhere in Nashville in 15 minutes. She also likes the vibe of the neighborhood. It is filled with a very eclectic blend of wonderful people.
Vice President: Nick Kimberlin
Nick is a relatively new resident to Salemtown -- having moved here in July 2015. The main reason for him choosing Salemtown, Nick says "The proximity to everything from restaurants in Germantown, downtown Nashville, the Farmer's Market on Rosa Parks, and Nissan Field can't be beat. Having lived in Savannah, Georgia's Historic District, one of the main appeals was the walkability and close proximity to the city 'hot spots', so that is absolutely what drew me to Salemtown in Nashville." Aside from the proximity to everything in the Urban Core, Nick finds the neighborhoods diversity, architectural variety, and Salemtown's residents as the prime reasons for moving here.
Secretary: Mindy Quinn
Mindy moved to Salemtown in 2013 with the goal of spending less time in the car driving back and forth to work. She ended up gaining so much more than several extra hours of free time each week. With the beautiful baseball stadium seven blocks south of her front door, several nearby Nashville B Cycle docking stations, interesting places to explore in every direction and great neighbors to explore it with, she has more than filled up that free time.
Treasurer: Rochell Pierce
Rochell has lived in Salemtown since September 2011. What attracted her to the area? "The diversity, neighborhood feeling, and proximity to the things I like to do.” Since then she has gotten to know many of her neighbors. “Salemtown is a great place to live. It’s a front porch walkable community. People look out for each other and we enjoy each other’s company. I’ve made good friends here.”
Member At Large: Daren Bradford
Darren moved to Salemtown in November 2014. Not knowing the area he leased a home as close to his spouses work. In short order he realized that this was the place to be. It is close to everything, but more importantly, it is an active, vibrant, and diverse neighborhood. One year later he bought a home here and couldn’t be happier.
Want to participate?
Attend our monthly association meeting at 6pm on the last Monday of the month at the Morgan Park Community Center. You can also send an email to email@example.com for more information.