Cornerstones, Inc. Announces 2018 Board of Directors

Cornerstones, Inc. Announces 2018 Cornerstones Board of Directors
Four new members join under the leadership of Bob McNutt, board president

(CHATTANOOGA - Jan. 18, 2018) -- Cornerstones, Inc., Chattanooga’s historic preservation organization led by Executive Director Ann Gray, announces its 2018 Board of Directors and officers. 

Bob McNutt, of McNutt Consulting, will continue in the role of President of the Board. 

Priscilla Dietterich, local owner of several historic properties downtown such as the Dome and James Buildings; Leanne Kinney, who rehabs historic homes in the St. Elmo and Highland Park neighborhoods; Jay Martin, founder and managing partner for a design|build firm; and Gabe Thomas, co-owner and CEO of Collier Construction; will be joining the Board of Directors. 

President:  Bob McNut
Vice President: Melissa Mortime
Treasurer:  Trip Farme
Secretary:  Becky Browde

Existing board members: 
Cal Boroughs
Tommy Johnson                                          
Catherine Kendal                                                                                                  
Craig Kronenberg 
Sarah Robbin
Rick Thompso
Charlotte Caldwell
Scott Seagle
Jenny Shugart
Justin Tirsun
Patrice Glass
Arch Willingham IV

About Cornerstones
Cornerstones is Chattanooga's only non-profit Historic Preservation Organization, and exists to preserve the architectural heritage and urban fabric of Chattanooga. Cornerstones promotes the importance of recycling the buildings of our past for today's uses and bringing together the resources required to effect change. It seeks to ensure that Chattanooga's visual and spatial identity are enriched well into the future through the conscious conservation of those historic structures and public streets most worthy of retention. The challenge falls to Cornerstones to keep watch, champion their maintenance and profitable use, and when necessary, step in and participate in their preservation and revitalization.

Amanda Carmichael