Democratic Party of Montgomery County, TN
Ronnie Glynn lives in Clarksville, Tennessee. He assumed office on November 8, 2022. He served in the U.S. Army from 1990 to 2014. Glynn graduated from Halls High School. He earned a B.S. in business administration from Trident University International in 2012. His career experience includes working as a small business owner.
Dr. Leverettt is an author, speaker, teacher and certified coach, frequently requested as a small-group speaker and moderator for workshops, conferences and churches in areas of career development, leadership and spiritual growth. She served in the Army from 1992 to 1999 as a unit supply specialist and was honorably discharged at the rank of sergeant. She has a doctorate in Organizational Leadership and works as a professor of Leadership and Social Justice at Fisk University in Nashville.
Tangi Smith retired from Fort Campbell in 2017 after 21 years of active-duty service. She is the founder of Pi Mu Phi Military Sorority Inc. and Women Elevated, which has women veteran transition homes in several states, with two in Clarksville. Smith is a 2020 graduate of Leadership Clarksville and is pursuing a master’s degree in business.
Jeremiah Walker, a native of Georgetown, South Carolina, is a retired veteran of the U.S. Army, having served more than 20 years. He is also retired from Tennessee state government, where he worked for more than 15 years at the Tennessee Prison for Women as the procurement officer. He acknowledged his call to the ministry in 2006 at Concord Missionary Baptist Church in Clarksville. He is a graduate of Andersonville Theological Seminary in Camilla, Georgia, and has completed seven years of studies at the Clarksville Baptist School of Religion.
Originally from Manchester, New Hampshire, Ryan Gallant graduated from Manchester High School West in 2010. In 2014, he moved to Nashville to continue touring and working in music publishing. In 2021, he settled in Clarksville with his wife and his mother. Gallant is Chairman of Jail and Juvenile Detention Committee and serving on Animal Control Committee and School Liaison Committee.
Carol Berry was born and raised in Lafayette, Alabama and graduated from Lafayette High School with honors. She then obtained a Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education with a Minor in English/Language Arts from Texas College in Tyler, Texas. She proceeded to obtaining a Masters of Education Degree from Drury University in Springfield, Missouri. Berry has been a resident of Clarksville for over 23 years. She has taught in Missouri, Texas, Department of Defense in Germany, and Clarksville-Montgomery County Schools and retired from CMCSS in May 2015.Berry served as the Clarksville-Montgomery County Education Association President between the years of 2010 and 2012.
Herbert Nelson is a retired soldier who served for 20 years as an intelligence analyst, but now works as an electronic systems securities specialist for the Tennessee Department of Corrections. He’s spent the last 20 years living in Clarksville, and his children graduated from school there after attending Ringgold Elementary and Kenwood High School.
Jimmie Garland retired from the U.S. Amy at the rank of Chief Warrant Officer 4, after 29 years of service. He received his bachelor of science degree in management from Bethel University. Garland is an associate minister of the True Vine Worldwide Gospel Church and served as a mentor for TNAchieves in 2014-2015.