FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CONTACT: Crissy Lintner, Director of Marketing and Communications, Youth Villages
901-251-4832 (office) or 901-461-3139 (cell); email@example.com
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (Aug. 14, 2017) – Youth Villages today announced the addition of two new members to its national board of directors: Gerald Laurain, chief investment officer of First Tennessee Bank Advisors, and Elizabeth Rose, co-founder and partner of Caiola & Rose, LLC in Decatur, Georgia.
As CIO of First Tennessee Bank Advisors and President of Advisory Services, Laurain and his staff have provided research and analytical support since 2007 to more than 100 investment advisors, financial planners and trust officers located across the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic regions. He serves as chair of FTB Advisors Investment Committee and as a member of the bank’s Retirement Investment Committee. Prior to joining FTB, Laurain was director of alternative investments at LaSalle Bank in Chicago, Illinois, where is he was co-founder and director of LaSalle’s Corporate Finance Group.
Rose specializes in franchise and bankruptcy law, representing numerous Atlanta-based franchisors, commercial landlords and digital service providers. Prior to co-founding the law firm of Caiola & Rose LLC, she was an associate at the international law firm of Troutman Sanders LLP and served as the long-time law clerk to federal judge, the Honorable Mary Grace Diehl. Her late father-in-law, Mike Rose, served for several years on the national board for Youth Villages, leading several committees and initiatives on behalf of the organization.
“We are always honored to add such influential and committed members to our national board of directors,” said Patrick W. Lawler, CEO of Youth Villages. “Gerald and Elizabeth are passionate about helping young people and their families live successfully, while bringing their business expertise and talents to further advance our organization across the nation. We could not do this important work without the help of these new members and others on our board who dedicate their time and resources to our cause.”
The new board members join the current national board chaired by Bryan Jordan, CEO of First Horizon National Corporation. The Youth Villages current national board includes 18 members from across the United States.
About Youth Villages
Youth Villages is a national leader in children’s mental and behavioral health bringing help and hope to more than 25,000 children, families and young people across the United States this year. The organization offers an array of evidence- and research-based programs, including its two national models: YVIntercept, which offers intensive in-home services, and YVLifeSet, which gives former foster youth a good start on successful adulthood. For more information, visit www.youthvillages.org.