Memphis, Tenn., July 21, 2020 – The National Association of Women Business Owners’ Memphis chapter today announced the induction of six new officers. New leaders include Victoria Ragland, Angela Bingham, Mary Bright, Kim Cherry, Ellen Isaacman and Miranda Griffin. 

Victoria Ragland of Pinnacle Financial Partners is president-elect. Ragland will replace current president, Stacy McCall, CEO of ServiceMaster by Stratos, in July 2021. Stacy, along with Ronda Hughey of Hughey’s Debits & Credits and Gwendolyn Tucker of RIX International, will be serving their second year of a two-year term. Angela Bingham of Bingham & Associates is the membership services director. The director of public policies and certifications is Mary Bright of Turner Construction Company, while Kim Cherry of Cherry & Co. Public Relations is chair of audit, legal, policies and procedures. The organization’s director of programs and events is now Ellen Isaacman of Good Advertising, and Miranda Griffin of Healthy Mid-South is the chair of the public relations and marketing committee. 

“The values that drive the decisions of NAWBO officers are integrity, commitment, knowledge and professionalism,” McCall said. “I know that these six women, and all members of the Memphis chapter, embody these values and work diligently to move our organization forward.” 

NAWBO Memphis is a diverse group of CEOs, entrepreneurs and executives of local women-owned businesses. Through networking events, educational workshops and more, the organization arms its members with the necessary tools to grow personally and professionally, and ultimately make a difference in the business world. For more information, visit

About NAWBO Memphis
The National Association of Women Business Owners Memphis is the leading association for diverse, female business owners and entrepreneurs in Memphis and Shelby County. NAWBO Memphis aims to propel women entrepreneurs into economic, social and political spheres of power and give them the tools they need to make a difference in how CEOs run their businesses today and tomorrow.

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