NASHVILLE – Lt. Governor Ron Ramsey today announced the appointment of Kristi Pruitt Stanley to the Tennessee Economic Council on Women.
“Kristi Stanley is the kind of strong conservative woman who will make a positive impact on the economic lives of Tennessee women,” said Lt. Governor Ramsey. “Her experience as an advocate on behalf of those who create jobs gives Kristi a keen insight into how women can become empowered economically. I look forward to her contributions on the council and I applaud her willingness to serve Tennessee.”
A longtime director of government affairs for the Memphis Area Home Builders, Stanley has worked for two Tennessee Congressman, Rep. Marsha Blackburn and Rep. Stephen Fincher as well as the Shelby County Trustee. Stanley is currently a government affairs specialist for Caissa Public Strategy in Memphis.
“I’m grateful to Lt. Governor Ramsey for offering me the opportunity to serve our state,” said Stanley. “I look forward to getting to work on behalf of women across the grand divisions of Tennessee.”
The Tennessee Economic Council on Women is a state agency created under TCA § 4-50-100 in 1998 to assess economic status of Tennessee women. The Council’s mission is to develop and advocate for solutions to help women achieve financial independence and economic autonomy.
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