The ownership group is made up of a group of Nashville-based investors.
John Ingram was named Chairman of the Ingram Industries Inc. Board of Directors in April, 2008, having served as Vice Chairman of the Board since 1999. He is also Chairman of Ingram Content Group LLC.
John is a graduate of Princeton University, where he received his bachelor of arts degree in English in 1984. In 1986, he received his master of business administration degree from the Owen Graduate School of Management at Vanderbilt University.
John is active as a volunteer in a number of educational and charitable organizations. He is the chairman of the board of the Entrepreneur Center. He is a member of the Board of Trust of Vanderbilt University. He currently serves on the boards of Montgomery Bell Academy and The Harpeth Hall School in Nashville. He is Chair of the Western Governors University Tennessee Advisory Board. He was named by Nashville Mayor Karl Dean as Co-Chair of the Mayor’s Green Ribbon Committee on Environmental Sustainability in 2008-2009. In January 2011, he was Chairman of the Inaugural Committee for Tennessee Governor-Elect Bill Haslam. In addition, John actively supports Vanderbilt Athletics and Currey Ingram Academy.
John is married with four children.
David M. Dill serves as the Company’s President and Chief Operating Officer for Lifepoint Health. Prior to assuming his current position in April 2009, Mr. Dill served as the Company’s Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer since joining the Company in July 2007.
Mr. Dill previously served as Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer of Renal Care Group, Inc., a publicly traded dialysis services company, from November 2003 until Renal Care Group was acquired by Fresenius Medical Care in March 2006. Mr. Dill is a former director of Psychiatric Solutions, Inc., a behavioral health services company.
Marcus Whitney serves as President of Jumpstart Foundry, a Healthcare innovation fund with the goal of helping both the industry and the patients it serves achieve better outcomes. Marcus is also co-founder of The Unlikely Company, a Public Benefit Corporation educating and inspiring a new wave of entrepreneurs to tackle society's biggest problems.
Marcus serves on the boards of the Nashville Public Library Foundation, the Nashville Entrepreneur Center, Habitat for Humanity of Greater Tennessee and was formerly Chairman of Nashville FC's non-profit member based organization.
Christopher has started and lead a successful set of healthcare, technology and entrepreneurial ventures during his young career. As co-founder of ProviderTrust, Redhage leads one of the fastest growing start-ups here in TN and has won numerous awards for their growth and focus on company culture. ProviderTrust is a healthcare technology company that focuses on ensuring their clients are compliant with many of the new healthcare reform rules and regulations.
Redhage also brings a strong soccer background to Nashville SC ownership, having been named a Nebraska high school player of the year and having played Division I soccer at University of Richmond before playing at various professional levels. Redhage later coached at the University of Nebraska before entering the private sector.