now that you ask: Mayor Karl Dean

now that you ask: Mayor Karl Dean is in the past.

Andrews Institute for Civic Leadership presents
now that you ask… A Conversation Series hosted by Tom Ingram

with Nashville Mayor Karl Dean

Tuesday, April 30, 2012

6:30 p.m.

Shamblin Theatre • Lipscomb University

Admission is free

From the man who’s been called the “most influential person in Tennessee politics who does not hold elected office” comes a unique new program --  “now that you ask…” -- A Conversation Series Hosted by Tom Ingram. Tom brings his bipartisan, common sense approach to government and politics straight to the table with discussions and debates featuring guests from across the business and political worlds.

“now that you ask” has previously featured Governor Bill Haslam and First Lady Crissy Haslam, John Seigenthaler, "Nashville" producer Loucas George and Tennessee Speaker of the House Beth Harwell.

 

About Mayor Karl Dean

Karl Dean

 

Karl Dean is the sixth mayor of the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County. He was elected on Sept. 11, 2007, and was re-elected on Aug. 4, 2011, to serve a second term. During his time in office, Dean has led Nashville through two big challenges – a deep national recession and a 1,000-year flood – and has still made progress on his priorities of education, public safety and economic development. He also works diligently on efforts to sustain and improve Nashville’s high quality of life. Dean previously served as Nashville’s public defender and also as metro law director.