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Bettye Dillingham Daugherty

Bettye Dillingham Daugherty, American hospital corporation officer. Recipient Donald J. MacNaughton award The Hospital Corporation of America Foundation, Nashville, 1988, Webb-Cartwright award The Rape and Sexual Abuse Center, Nashville, 1993.

Background

  • Daugherty, Bettye Dillingham was born on October 9, 1936 in Kingston Spring, Tennessee, United States. Daughter of Buford W. and Elizabeth (Taylor) Dillingham.

  • Education

    • Student, University Tennessee, 1973. Certified, National Center Paralegal Training, Atlanta, 1977. Master of Business Administration, Belmont University, Nashville, 1991.

    Career

    • Assistant to president Nashville Bridge Company, 1970-1973. Paralegal Butler, Tune & Entrekin, Nashville, 1973-1977. Owner, operator Dillingham Gallery, 1977-1979.

      Assistant corporation secretary, director alternative dispute resolution Hospital Corporation American, 1979-1994. Vice president affiliated corporations, since 1992. Assistant corporation secretary, director alternative dispute resolution Columbia/Hospital Corporation of America healthcare corporation, Nashville, since 1994.

      Director Southeastern Paralegal Institute, Nashville, since 1982.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Church of Christ

    Membership

    Board directors Rape and Sexual Abuse Center, Nashville. Member Civil Justice Reform Act advisory group United States District Court Middle District, Tennessee. Member American Bar Association (associate), League of Women Voters, Association Law Administrators, Mediation Association Tennessee.

    Connections

    • Married John B. Daugherty, September 15, 1956 (divorced 1982).
    • father: Buford W. Dillingham
    • mother: Elizabeth (Taylor) Dillingham
    • spouse: John B. Daugherty
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