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Brentwood resident Vic Alexander, chief manager of Kraft CPAs, PLLC, in Nashville, is one of the 2010-11 officers of the Tennessee Justice Center elected recently. He joins Chair Cynthia R. Wyrick, shareholder with Ogle, Gass & Richardson, PC, Sevierville and Vice Chair David P. Cañas, shareholder with Harwell Howard Hyne Gabbert & Manner PC, Nashville. Alexander, is treasurer.

“We look forward to working with these new officers. We value their leadership and greatly appreciate their service and the service of all our board members,” said Michele Johnson, the center’s managing attorney.

Alexander has served as chief manager at Kraft CPAs since 1993. He has extensive experience in litigation support and business valuation.  He is past chairman of the Tennessee State Board of Accountancy and a member of the American Institute, Tennessee Society of Certified Public Accountants (TSCPA) and Institute of Management Accountants. In 2003, he received the Public Service Award from TSCPA. Active in numerous organizations, he is on the board of advisors for David Lipscomb University Business School; chairman of the Nashville Youth About Business summer business camp advisory board; board member of Saint Thomas Health Services Fund; and member of the governing body of ATHENAPowerLink.

Alexander is a past board member of the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce’s Small and Entrepreneurial Business Advisory Board and has conducted numerous seminars for the Tennessee Bar Association and TSCPA. A graduate of David Lipscomb University in 1982, he is Accredited in Business Valuation (ABV) by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and is Certified in Financial Forensics (CFF).

The Tennessee Justice Center is a non-profit public interest law and advocacy firm serving Tennessee’s families. It gives priority to policy issues and civil cases in which the most basic necessities of life are at stake and where advocacy can benefit needy families statewide.

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