The staff at Sumner County Tourism has deep knowledge of the area’s attractions, ensuring visitors have a memorable and enjoyable experience. Our dedication and passion for promoting the beauty and culture of Sumner County make us invaluable ambassadors for the region.
Zoe Greene has 5 years of experience in the hospitality and tourism industry. She is a lifelong resident of Gallatin in Sumner County.
Having received an Associate’s degree from Volunteer State Community College, she further pursued her educational journey at Middle Tennessee State University, where she successfully obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Tourism and Hospitality Management. In 2022, she was awarded by the Goodlettsville Chamber of Commerce as a thriving young professional in the community. Zoe’s unwavering dedication and profound passion for the tourism industry serve as the driving force behind her mission to showcase her beloved hometown as an enticing destination for visitors.
Through active community engagement, strategic industry partnerships, and a comprehensive approach, Zoe wholeheartedly commits herself to promoting the vibrant culture of Sumner County to audiences across the nation and even beyond. When Zoe is not in the office, you can find her shopping, playing with her dog, or eating good food!
Kelly Dickey has more than 17 years’ experience in tourism. She joined the Sumner County Tourism staff in 2006, and she serves as the office Queen Bee!
Kelly has filled various roles throughout her tenure and currently serves as the Executive Assistant. Kelly has lived in Sumner County for more than 35 years. She thinks the modern convenience and rural charm of Sumner County make it the perfect place to visit, especially in the fall months when the weather is cool, and the fall foliage is spectacular.
Contact Kelly for administrative needs and information.
Mason is a Sumner County native born in Gallatin and raised in Portland. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in public relations in 2020 from Western Kentucky University and in 2023 with an MBA from Cumberland University.
He has held leadership positions in Sumner County and Nashville that helped him build strong relationships with people within the community. He is most excited to showcase what makes Sumner County a can’t miss destination and foster strong relationships with what makes Sumner County so special, its people. In his spare time, you can catch Mason at a local fitness facility, trying new restaurants, or catching some air on one of the local parks.
Contact Mason for news, story ideas, press releases, visitsumnertn.com, social media, and the event calendar.
Madie Lewis is a Sumner County native, born and raised in Goodlettsville.
She attended Beech High School and went on to earn a degree in Business Management at Volunteer State Community College. She comes from a background in Sales and Events as she previously worked with the White House Area Chamber of Commerce. In 2022, she was awarded by both the Goodlettsville and White House chambers as a thriving young professional in their communities. In her free time, Madie enjoys spending time with her family, fiancé, and friends, traveling, and meeting new people!
Contact Madie for group tour planning, sports tournaments, advertising your business, and events.
Sue has over 8 years of experience in the tourism and hospitality industry. She began her journey in hospitality working for the Gettysburg Hotel in Gettysburg Pennsylvania.
Growing up in Indiana, where she met her husband, she has experienced quite the journey since moving to Pennsylvania. She and her family have lived in the Pacific Northwest in Oregon, Virginia, East Tennessee, and South Carolina. After moving various times, she and her family have found their home in Sumner County. She has enjoyed making life-long friends and connections from so many areas.
Sue and her husband live in Gallatin. Her family, friends, and three rescue dogs keep her very busy! She enjoys being outside, walking, reading, gardening, and volunteering for Christmas 4 Kids!
Contact Sue for visitor information, volunteering, getting involved, and the Ambassador Program.
Andrew Spicer has 6 years of experience in the history field and has been working at the Douglass-Clark House for 4 years. He received a bachelor’s degree in history from Middle Tennessee State University and loves learning about the past.
Andrew was born in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and was raised in Mount Juliet, Tennessee. Andrew has worked at Stones River National Battlefield, Grey Towers National Historic Site, and Belle Meade Historic Mansion. Andrew enjoys reading, hiking, watching movies, and going on adventures to old places.
Contact Andrew about history, events, and information about the Douglass-Clark House.