IMPORTANT NOTE: These are the archived stories for Belmont News & Achievements prior to June 26, 2023. To see current stories, click here.

HomePeopleFaculty & StaffScarlett Event Leads to Charity Donation

Scarlett Event Leads to Charity Donation

Belmont-Heart Assoc Check.jpgThe Scarlett Leadership Institute recently presented the American Heart Association with a $12,000 donation thanks to 13 local senior executives and the generosity of internationally-renowned executive coach Marshall Goldsmith. Goldsmith, who is the author of the best-selling business book What Got You Here Won’t Get You There, works primarily with high profile organizations and individuals. On Oct. 16, Belmont welcomed Goldsmith to campus for a special presentation on the topic of leadership and coaching. Goldsmith donated his time to work with the executives and CEOs, who each paid $1,000 to attend. All of the proceeds were donated to local charities – $12,000 to the American Heart Association and more than $1,000 to Goodwill Industries of Middle Tennessee.
Making the check presentation to the American Heart Association on Dec. 4 were Jimmy Batten, CEO of Batten & Shaw and the attendee who recommended the money be donated to the American Heart Association; Joe Scarlett, founder of the Scarlett Leadership Institute; and Jerry Brase, executive director of the Scarlett Leadership Institute. Michelle Moschel, vice president of the Greater Nashville American Heart Association, accepted the donation on behalf of the Nashville chapter.

Related Articles