Linda Eskind Rebrovick

Nashville Mayoral Candidate

Linda Eskind Rebrovick, a Nashville native who has lived in Nashville her entire life, has been an active community leader for over 30 years.  Linda is a business executive who has created innovative growth strategies for multi-billion dollar organizations.  Her executive-level experience and expertise as a problem solver make her uniquely qualified to lead Nashville forward as the city’s next Mayor.  

Linda has spent her career helping grow some of the nation’s leading corporations as well as top companies in Nashville. She has held leadership positions at Dell, IBM, and KPMG Consulting, serves on the board of publicly traded HealthStream, the advisory board of Western Express, the largest woman-owned private company in Nashville, and was an organizer of Pinnacle Financial Partners. 

For the past five years, Linda has led a startup market research technology company as an investor and CEO. Today, Consensus Point serves several of the world’s largest global market research firms with their proprietary enterprise prediction analysis platform and innovation management software. Linda has stepped aside from her role at Consensus Point to focus on her mayoral campaign full time. 

Linda’s civic leadership has included serving on numerous boards and advisory committees for nonprofits and institutions of higher education. In 2003, then Governor Phil Bredesen appointed Linda to a governance committee for the University of Tennessee in response to concerns over spending and management practices by the university’s former president. The committee was tasked with developing recommendations for the full Board of Trustees. Linda advised a more governance-like approach to the university’s board and committee structure to provide better oversight. 

A focus of Linda’s civic and volunteer work has been mentoring and supporting women.  She co-founded Evolve Women, which offers programs and resources through The Nashville Entrepreneur Center to support the development of women in the workplace and women-owned businesses.  She assists CABLE with the Women on Corporate Boards initiative and created the Board Walk of Fame, providing encouragement, role models, and training to women to join Boards.  As a working Mother, Linda advises women on work/life balance. 

Linda’s work as a civic leader includes serving as Chairman of the Board of the Nashville Technology Council, Chair of the United Way Allocations Steering Committee, and on the Board of Directors for the Entrepreneur Center and Leadership Nashville. She also co-chairs the Women Corporate Directors (WCD) of Tennessee. Linda was given the prestigious Award for Women of Achievement by the YWCA; and she was named the Dr. Thomas Frist Volunteer of the Year Award by United Way. She has also been recognized by the Nashville Business Journal as one of the Power Leaders in Technology, and cited as one of “Nashville’s Most Powerful Women” by the Nashville Post.  Auburn University recognized her as one of the “Top 400 women graduates in the past 100 years.”