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Big Brothers Big Sisters Prepares for Change in Leadership

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Middle Tennessee has announced the national search for a new Chief Executive Officer this week to replace outgoing CEO Carlyle Carroll.

Carroll has energetically served the organization for the past five years after spending over 30 years in his first career in Economic Development. His dynamic leadership had allowed the regional mentoring organization to grow over 60% in annual revenue while improving volunteer processes and strengthening employee compensation and retention. He has also served as a volunteer mentor to two different young boys in Middle Tennessee.

Carlyle Carroll

Photo by Steve Kohl Photography

“Carlyle Carroll will be greatly missed as CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Middle Tennessee,” commented Matt Knight, Board of Directors President. “But we know his commitment to mentoring young people in this community will never disappear. We appreciate his staying on board while we search for his replacement – he is a true friend to this agency.”

The Center for Nonprofit Management is leading the search for Carroll’s replacement. More information is available here:

The primary administrative offices for Big Brothers Big Sisters are located at 1704 Charlotte Avenue, Suite 130 in Nashville. To better serve children, the agency also has satellite offices in Murfreesboro and Springfield. To learn more, visit or call (615) 329-9191.