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Gordon Fee
Leadership in Education Award

The Tennessee Business Roundtable’s Leadership in Education Award is named for Mr. Gordon G. Fee of Oak Ridge - a true champion for excellence in Tennessee public education.

 

The award serves as an ongoing tribute to Mr. Fee as the Roundtable’s longest-serving Education Committee Chair from 1992 through 2015.  In this capacity, Gordon tirelessly championed the Roundtable’s education initiatives by serving in many leadership roles, including serving as the first volunteer executive in the Tennessee Department of Education.

 

Tennessee leaders whose education contributions have been recognized by the Roundtable through conferral of its Gordon Fee Leadership in Education Award include:

 

Hon. Bill Haslam, Governor (2018)

Randy Boyd, CEO, Radio Systems Corporation (2014)

Hon. Richard Montgomery, former TN St. Rep. and TN House Education Chairman (2012)

Hon. Phil Bredesen, Governor (2010)

Michael Edwards, President/CEO, Knoxville Chamber of Commerce (2009)

Gordon G. Fee, retired President, Lockheed Martin Energy Systems (2008)

More about the Award

Tennessee Business Leaders Honor Governor Bill Haslam with Gordon Fee Leadership in Education Award 

TBR Honors Randy Boyd with Gordon Fee Leadership in Education Award

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Governor Bill Haslam (left) in 2018 became the sixth leader honored with the Gordon Fee Leadership in Education Award – pictured here with 2018 Roundtable Chairman Anthony C. Kimbrough (right).

Radio Systems Corporation Chairman (and tnAchieves founder) Randy Boyd (second right) was honored with the Gordon Fee Leadership in Education Award in 2014 - joined here by former Roundtable Executive Director Charlie Howorth (left), Governor Bill Haslam (second left) and Award namesake Gordon G. Fee (right).

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Governor Phil Bredesen (center) receives the Leadership in Education Award in 2010 from Roundtable Executive Director Ellen Thornton (left) and former Roundtable Chairman Jim Powell (right).