Lipscomb University Pharmacy College Admissions Recruiter Kamaria Mack has been named one of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation of Middle Tennessee’s 2011 class of Nashville’s Top 30 Under 30 honorees. Nashville’s Top 30 Under 30 recognizes the city’s most active young professionals and philanthropists who are also involved in the CFF. Honorees were nominated by co-workers, friends and family for their charitable and professional endeavors and then selected by a selection committee.
Honorees will be acknowledged at the Top 30 Under 30 event at The Pinnacle at Symphony Place in downtown Nashville in September. “The caliber of nominees in the 2011 class is astounding,” said Lesley McMahan, the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation of Middle Tennessee’s director of development.
Mack earned a bachelor's degree in communications from Tennessee State University. Since graduating, Mack has worked at News Channel 2 on the advertising sales new business team. She also worked at McNeely Pigott & Fox Public Relations where she gained experience in media relations, event planning, grassroots campaigns and marketing. She volunteers regularly with non-profit organizations including Nashville RBI, the Nashville area-chapter of the Red Cross and Schrader Lane Church of Christ tutorial program.