United Way of Metropolitan Nashville has announced Brian Pulley as local account manager for Robertson and Cheatham counties.
Pulley brings more than 15 years of sales and marketing experience to his new role, in which he will deepen and cultivate new partner relationships to steward, retain and grow workplace campaign giving through year-round engagement with investors, partners, advocates and volunteers.
UWMN took over operations for United Way of Robertson County in January 2019 and hired Pulley as the area’s full-time account manager.
A native of Springfield, Pulley received his bachelor’s degree in public relations from Middle Tennessee State University in 1998 and completed his Master of Science in Sports Administration from Belmont University in 2006.
Pulley joins United Way after serving as assistant commissioner for external affairs at the Ohio Valley Conference for 12 years. Prior to that, he served as an account executive with ISP Sports in Atlanta, where he was responsible for soliciting and cultivating corporate partners for Georgia Tech Athletics.
“We are thrilled to have Brian on board to represent our communities in Robertson and Cheatham counties,” said Brian Hassett, president and CEO of UWMN. “His talent and insight will allow us to better serve our communities so that we can continue to create lasting solutions for our region’s most pressing needs.”