Williamson College adds trustees

Convergenz boss among quartet added

Williamson College has beefed up its board of trustees to 12 with the addition of four area residents, including the head of business networking organization Convergenz.

The four are:

• Dr. Craig Fry, president of Christian Leadership Concepts, who has more than 25 years in ministry and is a former COO of American Foam & Fabric in South Carolina and has also been a sales executive at Cook’s Mechanical Sales. He is in the top left of our photo here.

• B.J. Howard, president and CEO of Convergenz, who has more than two decades of coaching, consulting and business leadership experience. Howard, top right in the photo, is a certified management consultant, among other things, and is chairman of the advisory board for the Middle Tennessee Chinese Chamber of Commerce.

• Ginger Jones, bottom left in photo, owner of Jones Therapy Services, which runs seven clinics specializing in speech and other communicative disorders across Tennessee. Jones also serves on the board of Songs for Sound and the Tennessee chapter of Hands and Voices.

• Dixie Rinker, who is on staff at Brentwood Baptist Church in the children’s ministry and has more than 20 years of experience.

A Christian liberal arts school founded in 1998, Williamson College offers associate and bachelor degrees and a master’s degree through classes that meet one evening a week for five weeks.