Board of Directors

2019 Board of Directors 
 
Dave Lindsay

Dave Lindsay VP – Administration and Chief Administrative Officer CLARCOR Inc. ▪ 30 years with CLARCOR Inc., a $1.5B manufacturer of filters and filtration systems. ▪ Chief Administrative Officer since 1995. Responsible for human resources, risk management, compensation & benefits, management development program and a variety of other administrative functions. Retired March 2017. ▪ Director of Wahl Clipper Corporation, a manufacturer of clippers and shears; Chairman of the Compensation Committee. ▪ History of civic/ non-profit affiliations (former Police/Fire Commissioner, Chair of Health Care Coalition, Chair of YMCA annual fund raising campaign, etc.) ▪ Early career experience in public accounting and executive search. ▪ Professional certifications – CPA (Certified Public Accountant) and CFP (Certified Financial Planner) ▪ B.S. in Accounting from the University of Illinois ▪ Originally from Rockford, IL. Moved to Brentwood, TN in June 2004 with relocation of corporate headquarters. ▪ Married with five adult children and one grandchild.
 

Melody (Mel) Moore​
Mel and her husband, Randy, moved to The Governor’s Club community in 2013 and live on Wentworth Place. Mel graduated with a BS in Child and Family Studies, and also has a BSN from St. Louis University.  She is retired, but previously worked in healthcare.  Her 25 year career included Oncology Nursing, Director of Hospice, Administrator of an Acute Rehab Facility, and Executive Director of Assisted Living Communities. Mel is a Grandmother, Mom, Wife and advocate for elderly family members.  She also has the “golf bug” and enjoys playing as much as time allows. She served as Chairman for the POA Social Committee in 2017. Her vision for the community includes continuing to enhance the “neighborhood feel” through social gatherings and community groups, maintaining fiscal responsibility while ensuring our neighborhood assets are maintained and/or enhanced, and working with neighbors and outside resources to identify ways to continue to increase property values. 



Michael Music
Hello fellow Governors Club POA members!  Michael Music has been a member of your esteemed community for 1.5 years and resides at 3 Torrey Pines Way.  Professionally he has been working in Finance for over 16 years and presently is the Director of Financial Planning and Analysis at McKesson Specialty Health.  In this role, he manages the financials for pharmaceuticals sold to community oncology providers. He has served as the Vice President for the Destiny Owners Association, a gated beach community in Destin, Florida (former permanent residence).  In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his wife Margaret and young family of fraternal twin daughters Madeline & Madison (three) and son Miles (one) at a community event.  Furthermore, he enjoys the opportunity to meet and converse with neighbors.  If given the opportunity, he would continue the extraordinary work done by the past Board members.


Rick Carter
Rick Carter and his family moved to The Governors Club community in 2005. For the past 13 years he and his wife Elizabeth have resided at 1 Torrey Pines Way. Rick graduated from Clemson University in 1984 where he earned a Bachelor’s in Business Administration.  Rick is currently the SE MR Sales Director at Motorola Solutions. Rick and his wife Elizabeth have two sons, Richard age 25 and Sam age 21. In Rick’s spare time he enjoys all things golf and Clemson football. For the past 13 years, Rick has enjoyed living in the Governors Club POA community. Rick feels his common sense and logical approach to issues would be a great asset. Rick hopes to review any area for improvement within the community and attempt to rectify these in a positive and productive way.


Rick Lundgren
Rick Lundgren, his wife Cindy, and their 3 children moved to The Governors Club neighborhood 14 years ago and have lived on Colonel Winstead Drive since then. Now as empty nesters, Cindy is a BS RN NICU nurse from Vanderbilt University and works part time at Maryland Farms Pediatrics. Rick now owns and operates a small business called The Alternative Board of Nashville, where he assembles company owners and CEO’s in a Board of Directors format to help each other with their businesses. He currently has 5 Boards of company owners/CEO’s operating and provides executive coaching and consulting services to company owners and their leadership teams. Prior to acquiring The Alternative Board two years ago, Rick had taken a brief retirement from running large global manufacturing companies. He was CEO of businesses in Houston, Salt Lake City, Dallas, Harrisburg, PA and Nashville. In his early career, he worked in the chemical industry in St. Louis and Chicago as an engineer, production supervisor, account manager and business manager. He has served on industry and company Boards as a director for over 10 years. Rick earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Nebraska and a Masters in Management degree from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University. He enjoys working out, training for his last half marathon next spring, playing golf, and actively serving his church and community.