Charles I. Story
Nashville, TN 37211
Director; Chair, Finance Committee; Executive Committee
World’s largest producer of air-cooled gasoline engines for outdoor power equipment based in
Milwaukee, WI. With two billion in revenue, the NYSE company designs, manufactures, markets, and services these products for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) worldwide.[/one_third_last]
Lead Director and Audit Committee
One of the leading companies offering actionable intelligence to help clients make critical business decisions with confidence and speed. ChoicePoint leverages cutting-edge technology and advanced scoring analytics to provide total risk management information solutions for client needs. As a spin-off from Equifax in 1997, ChoicePoint increased revenue from $300 million to one billion by 2008 and was purchased by Reed Elsevier in late 2008 at almost a 50% premium over the ChoicePoint stock price.
An executive development company that assists senior and high-achieving executives reach their greatest potential within the context of strategic organization objectives.
Provides strategic executive development solutions to corporations and organizations.
The leading non-profit that develops and places talented minority youth in business and industry and prepares them for corporate and community leadership.
• Led expansion of affiliate offices from 40 to 55, with combined revenue of $27,000,000. Included opening offices in Mexico City, Toronto, and Johannesburg (licensee).
• Placed a cumulative total of over 24, 000 interns during the last four years with an average of 700 corporations per year.
• Improved technology of the organization to include development of a wide area network and creation of a customized intern, corporate, and alumni tracking database.
• Raised over $12,000,000 in the last five years despite the organization not being a classic fundraising non-profit.
• Increased net assets balance by $1.3 million over last fiscal year.
• Reduced organization expenses by 17% during the last fiscal year.
• Established Shared Resources Center to provide recruitment and administrative services to INROADS affiliates.
• Developed strategic partners (sponsoring 50 or more interns) with global companies like IBM, GE, Pfizer, Procter and Gamble, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Liberty Mutual, Bank of America, Lockheed Martin, Deloitte and Touche, Metropolitan Life, Kraft, and United Technologies.
• INROADS recognized for the last 10 years as one of the top 10 internship organizations in the country. Others included the White House, Supreme Court, and MTV.
• Traveled throughout the organization to establish calm after a period of turmoil.
• Completed assessment of organization needs identified during a series of feedback sessions. Established priorities based on the assessment.
• Established national guidelines of operation, which served to clarify organization success metrics.
• Led effort to establish national account program for largest corporate clients.
• Led strategic planning process for the organization.
Vice President and Director of Community Development
Officer responsible for ensuring that banking products and services were extended throughout the communities served by First American, inclusive of low and moderate-income areas. Consulted with local offices to insure results. Also, responsible for administering the bank’s efforts to comply with the Community Reinvestment Act. Accomplishments:
• Led creation of First American Community Development Corporation (FACDC) whose purpose was to work with bank lenders, government agencies, and non-profits to develop low and moderate-income housing and to support small and minority businesses.
• Led effort to track extent to which bank was lending and providing services in low and moderate-income communities.
• Worked with bank associates to create banking services and mortgage products that would be targeted to support those of low or moderate incomes. Improved bank to a satisfactory CRA rating (one level above where it had been previous to my employment) with bank regulators.
State of Tennessee Department of
Economic and Community Development
• Developed aggressive call program to visit existing companies throughout the state.
• Leveraged existing state departments to address specific issues identified by companies through calling effort.
• Updated directory of minority businesses throughout the state.
• Worked with department leadership to develop a multi-million dollar training fund to support existing industry expansions.
Executive Vice President (5/83 – 11/87)
Vice President (1/83 – 4/83)
Regional Director (1/82 – 12/82)
Managing Director (3/78 – 12/81)
Personnel Director (5/77 – 2/78)
Management Analyst (8/76 – 4/77)
University of Tennessee and Tennessee State University (joint program)
Masters of Public Administration (1978)
Fisk University, Nashville, TN
BA, Psychology and Management, Summa Cum Laude (1976)
State of Tennessee Workforce Development Board (2006-present)
Board of Directors, Nashville Chamber of Commerce (2010-2015)
Advisory Board of Directors, Regions Bank (2000-present)
Board of Directors, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Middle Tennessee (2007-2015)
Board of Directors, Center for the Public Trust (2007-2014)
Rotary Club (2011-present)
Sigma Pi Phi (2012-present)