Memphis Business Journal Leadership Trust is an Invitation-Only Community for Top Business Decision Makers in Memphis and the Mid-South Region
Memphis, TN 1/02/2020 — Marlita T. White, MBA, Chief Executive Officer of Hardeman County Community Health Center, has been invited to join Memphis Business Journal Leadership Trust, an exclusive community for influential business leaders, executives and entrepreneurs in Memphis and the Mid-South region.
Marlita was chosen for membership by the Memphis Business Journal Leadership Trust Selection Committee due to her experience, leadership and influence in the local business landscape and beyond. Marlita began her career in Accounting as the Senior Accountant at C.A.A.P. Inc. a behavioral health facility in Memphis, TN. She later became the driving force behind the integration of behavioral health and primary care services by leading the efforts to open a Federally Qualified Health Center where she was the CFO/COO. She is now the CEO of Hardeman County Community Health Center where she oversees 4 clinics in 3 counties (Hardeman, Haywood & Chester).
“Memphis’s thriving business community is powered by leaders like Marlita,” said Joanna Crangle, market president and publisher of the Memphis Business Journal. “We’re honored to be creating a space where the region’s business influencers come together to increase their impact on the community, build their businesses and connect with and strengthen one another.”
As an invited member, Marlita will contribute articles to the Memphis Business Journal website and participate alongside fellow members in Expert Panels. She will connect and collaborate with a vetted network of local leaders in a members-only directory and a private forum on the group’s mobile app. Marlita will also benefit from leadership and business coaching, an Executive Profile on the Memphis Business Journal website, select partner discounts and services and ongoing support from the community’s concierge team.
“I am excited to join a community of leaders charged to inspire and redefine the landscape of how businesses merge employee and community engagement. It is imperative for me to shine light on the evolving healthcare environment and how important Federal Qualified Health Centers are to the communities that they serve. My participation will help to elevate the advocacy of community health centers and the important work that we do to provide affordable, accessible and quality healthcare.”
The Memphis Business Journal Leadership Trust team is honored to welcome Marlita to the community and looks forward to helping her elevate her personal brand, strengthen her circle of trusted advisors and position her to further impact the Memphis business community and beyond.
About Business Journals Leadership Trust
Memphis Business Journal Leadership Trust is a part of Business Journals Leadership Trust — a collective of invitation-only networks of influential business leaders, executives and entrepreneurs in your community. Membership is based on an application and selection committee review. Benefits include private online forums, the ability to publish insights on bizjournals.com, business and executive coaching and a dedicated concierge team. To learn more and find out if you qualify, visit trust.bizjournals.com