The following individuals serve on The Nashville Fellows Jobs Committee:
Eric LeMarbre works as a private wealth advisor to Regions, the Nashville area’s largest deposit holder, after spending about a year as a consultant with Beam Partners, a consulting firm specializing in health insurance providers. At Regions, LeMarbre is focusing on total wealth management for high-net-worth individuals and families. A native of Hendersonville, LeMarbre also has worked at the former Arthur Andersen, Cru and The Fellows Initiative, as a director of the Athens Fellows Program in Athens, Georgia. He earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration and his master’s in accounting from the University of Tennessee. He earned his CPA license in 2000. He lives in Nashville with his wife Natalie and children Anna and Caleb.
Rusty Goodsell is a highly-motivated self-starter, but he enjoys working in a team environment. His success in sales dates all the back to high school, when Rusty was the No. 3 sales representative for Cutco Cutlery on the east coast. After earning a B.A. in Communications from Christopher Newport University, he joined AT&T, where he became the No. 5 salesperson in his position across the entire company. Rusty and his wife Sarah Goodsell, a neonatal intensive care unit nurse at Vanderbilt Hospital, have been happily married for nearly four years and celebrated the birth of their first child in 2014. Rusty and Sarah have a strong passion for foreign missions and serving others. Rusty dedicated over a year of his life to live in India, Kazakhstan, Ethiopia, Uganda, and Brazil – where he served families in poverty. He not only looks out for others, but he takes pride in maintaining good health. Rusty currently plays in a recreational soccer league, tries to find time for the tennis court, and even hits the boxing ring when he wants to get a good workout.
As president and co-founder, Samuel W. “Bo” Bartholomew has led PharmMD’s nationwide expansion and year-over-year exponential growth since 2006. Prior to forming PharmMD, Bartholomew incubated a health advocacy company and a telemedicine physician access star-up company. He spent four years with HCA’s Executive Development program where he helped build once of HCA’s newest hospitals and then helped manage HCA’s oldest hospital before leaving the company. Bartholomew is an active member with Nashville Healthcare Council, which represents the $62 billion healthcare industry. He is former Chair of Leadership Healthcare which creates networking and leadership training to over 550 healthcare executives. Bartholomew also serves on the Board for Tennessee Red Cross; Tennessee Center for Bioethics and Culture; Minnie Pearl Cancer Foundation, and Freedom In Creation, which aids child soldiers’ rehabilitation in Uganda. Bartholomew and his wife, Sarah, are the proud parents of four children: Samuel, Lilly, Charlotte, and Thomas.
Stayko has over 15 years of experience in entrepreneurship, operations, asset management and advising in the areas of Strategy Development, Mergers & Acquisitions, Merchant Banking, Intellectual Property, Technology Licensing, and Leadership Development. Stayko is currently a Managing Partner in the Nashville office of CrestlightTM and leads the firm Intellectual Property expertise. CrestlightTM is a Silicon Valley-based Corporate Venture & Innovation services firm. The Nashville resident has also co-founded Venture Grove, a platform that curates entrepreneurial activities and innovation assets through Complexity Science aimed at better alignment with corporate venture and investment priorities. Stayko graduated from the University of Nebraska at Kearney with a B.S. in Computer Science and Telecommunications in 2003.