100 Black Men of Middle Tennessee
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105 Continental Place Suite 160
Brentwood, TN 37027
Organization Details

Executive Director

Executive Director Mr. Andre Lee
E-mail andre.lee@the100.org
Term Start January 2023
Andre's Experience: Andre Lee is the newly appointed Executive Director effective January 9, 2023.

Senior Staff

Name Title
Andre Lee Executive Director
Julisa Maxwell Program Manager


Full Time Staff 2
Part Time Staff 0
Volunteers 50
Contractors 6
Retention Rate 100%

Plans & Policies

Does your organization have a Fundraising Plan? Yes
Does your organization have a Strategic Plan? Yes
Years Strategic Plan Considers 5
When was the Strategic Plan adopted? January 2020
Does your organization have a Management Succession Plan? No
Does your organization have a Policy and Procedure Plan? Yes
Does the organization have a Nondiscrimination Policy? Yes
Does the organization have a Whistle Blower Policy? No
Does the organization have a Document Destruction Policy? Yes


Is there a formal evaluation for... Frequency (if applicable)
CEO/Executive Director Yes Annually
Senior Management N/A N/A
Non-Management Yes Bi-Annually


Affiliation Year
One Hundred Black Men of America 1991


Award / Recognition Organization Year
Chapter of the Year 100 Black Men of America, Inc. 2005
Literacy Award National Council of Teachers of English 1998
Make A Difference Day Award USA Today Weekend 1998
Providing Quality Programs Youth Clara Mohammed School 1999
Urban Legends Award Urban League of Middle Tennessee 2004
CEO of the Year - Lori Adukeh Center for Nonprofit Management 2019
Woman of Influence - Lori Adukeh Nashville Business Journal 2019

CEO/Executive Director/Board Comments

The 100 is tackling a problem that ultimately impacts the entire community. We see that this challenge is becoming more complex with time. In many cases the biggest issue we face is not the transformation of the youth we serve, but in maintaining the ongoing support from their families. To that end, we have increased our partnership with metro schools and with other community organizations including Metro police department and YWCA AMEND Together. We believe that surrounding youth with supportive people is a key factor in their long-term development and success.