Nashville is a city that knows public service. It has been the home of ground-breaking nonprofit service organizations for generations, from the Fannie Battle Children’s Home, the nation’s oldest child-care center, to Hands On Nashville, whose volunteer work in the 2010 flood set a standard of excellence.
So when a group of its leading citizens identifies an individual who best exemplifies that spirit, it is a special recognition, indeed. Such was the case earlier this month, when the Kiwanis Club of Nashville named Raul Regalado, retiring president and CEO of the Metro Nashville Airport Authority, its Outstanding Nashvillian of the Year. Click here to read the full article.