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Chris Tointon named as the President and CEO of YMCA Middle Tennessee

Lenny Schumacher
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NASHVILLE, TN – The Young Men’s Christian Association officially announced Chris Tointon as the next President and CEO of YMCA of Middle Tennessee. He will succeed Dan Dummermuth, the current CEO who announced his retirement plan in 2020 after spending his thirty-five years of career in the YMCA.

As the incumbent of this Nashville role, Tointon will be responsible to handle fourteen family wellness centers, a three-hundred-acre day and residential camp facility, the largest school care sites in the region, and some community-based outreach programs for youth and adults.

Currently, Tointon is the incumbent President and CEO of the YMCA of Greater Omaha. His leadership skills have been proven by his achievement to improve the organizational efforts to assist and support children and youth. He also successfully led the collaboration for Early Learning Centers at Common Spirit Health and Creighton University.

Tointon also dedicated his time as the CEO and President of Greater Midland, a nonprofit social service, recreation, wellness, and membership organization in Midland, MI for thirteen years.

CEO Selection Committee selected Tointon through a multi-month process and national search. Liz Wilson, the current YMCA of Middle Tennessee board chair is in charge to lead the selection committee. The committee consists of nine additional members, they are Lawson Allen, David Bohan, Leilani Boulware, Trudy Carpenter, Marty Dickens, Jimmy Granbery, Decosta Jenkins, Tony Wall, and David Wilds.

“We are so excited to have Chris join us in Middle Tennessee. His depth of experience as a strategic and relationship-driven nonprofit leader will help our YMCA continue to fulfill our mission and deepen our impact as we live out our cause of strengthening community,” said Wilson.

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