Nashville Inno: Launch Tennessee’s new CEO Lindsey Cox: ‘This has been my dream job for a long time’

Lindsey Cox is having a homecoming. The incoming CEO of Launch Tennessee is returning to an organization where she worked from 2013 to 2019, before taking an economic development position with the federal government. She initially didn’t interview for the job, because she had just landed at Chattanooga’s startup accelerator months before. Then she decided to seize what she calls her “dream job,” leading a Nashville-based organization that aims to foster entrepreneurship and spark startups around the state.

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