Our Team

Historic Lebanon relies heavily on the support of volunteers and members like you. However, the day-to-day operation are managed and organized by Kim Parks. Kim has been involved with Historic Lebanon since 2009 as a board member, chairman and started her position as full-time executive director Nov. 1, 2012. A lifelong resident of Wilson County, Parks has three children and is married to Tracey Parks. She is the author of Images of America, Lebanon and co-author of 203 East Main Street, 100 years, Celebrating the History of Lebanon’s Original Federal Post Office Building. Parks currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Lebanon/Wilson County Chamber of Commerce and is a 2014 graduate of Leadership Middle Tennessee.

 

Historic Lebanon 2018 Board

Executive Board:

  • Nathan Harris (Chairman)
  • Tom Hines (Chair-elect)
  • Jeff Porter (Treasurer)
  • Mary Margaret Farris (Secretary)

Board of Directors:

  • Derek Winfree
  • Bob Black
  • Mike Manous
  • Dan Mack
  • Rick Bell  
  • Ramona Welch
  • Patricia Climer
  • Joy Pine
  • Marilyn Bryant

Ex-Offico Members:

  • Kathy Adams (as Past Chair)  
  • Mary Beard
  • Sue Vanatta  Wilson Co Commission
  • Bernie Ash, City of Lebanon Mayor  
  • Sarah Haston, City of Lebanon Economic Development Director,
  • Paul Corder, City Planning Director,  
  • Tom Brashear, Wilson Co Planning Director
  • Melanie Minter, Lebanon/Wilson Co Chamber of Commerce,

Executive Director:

Kim Parks, historiclebanon@cumberland.edu

Ms. Parks has been involved with Historic Lebanon since 2009 as both a board member and Board Chairman.  She started her position as full-time executive director Nov.1, 2012.

She is the author of Images of America, Lebanon published November 2014 and co-author of 203 East Main Street, 100 years, Celebrating the History of Lebanon’s Original Federal Post Office Building, published October 2013.

Ms. Parks supports local community efforts and has served on the Board of Directors of the Lebanon/Wilson County Chamber of Commerce and is a 2014 graduate of Leadership Middle Tennessee.

A lifelong resident of Wilson County, Ms. Parks has three children and is married to Tracey Parks.

Spring CU Interns:

Isidora Markovic, Nick Mira and Jeff Benson

Historic Lebanon
324 West Main
Lebanon, TN 37087
(615) 547-9795