Board of Commissioners
The Nolensville Town Commission is made up of five people elected to make policy decisions for Nolensville Town government. The Town Commissioners appoint the Mayor and Vice Mayor for two-year terms. The commissioners enact ordinances and resolutions. They also serve on various Town boards. Unless otherwise rescheduled, the Town Commission meets on the first Thursdays of each month at 6:30 p.m. at Nolensville Town Hall, located at 7218 Nolensville Road. Special meetings, work sessions, and workshops are held at various times as needed.
Board of Commissioners
Mayor Derek Adams was elected to the position in 2018. He graduated from Eastern Kentucky University with a B.S. in Computer Science. He currently works as a software engineer specializing in migration of data to the cloud for many healthcare companies around Nashville. When he isn't working on the latest tech, he is seen around town riding the latest tech - his Onewheel.
Mayor Adams is a resident of Bent Creek with his wife Courtney, two sons Harvey and Sullivan, and adopted daughter Ginny Rose.
Vice Mayor Cook-Mucci is an active member of the Nolensville community--she is a board member for the Nolensville Running Club, and the Nolensville Community Closet, coordinated fundraisers for Nolensville High School athletics, the Nolensville Food Pantry, Miles for Amelia and has directed the NRC Couch to 5k program for the past five years.
Vice Mayor Cook-Mucci worked with Ravenwood High School's Speech and Debate program for five years, leading them to state and national recognition. She is active at Nolensville First United Methodist Church and has served as a leader for middle and high school youth there.
Vice Mayor Cook-Mucci and her husband Jeff have four children.
Commissioner Lisa Lenahan Garramone was born in West Tennessee and moved to Middle Tennessee in 1994. She earned both her undergraduate degree and Master of Accountancy degree at Belmont University. Currently, she works as a business systems support manager for Caterpillar Financial Services Corporation and leads a global team. Prior to her time at Caterpillar, she spent 16 years in operations with Starbucks Coffee Corporation.
Commissioner Garramone is an active member of the Nolensville and Middle Tennessee community. She volunteered for the Economic Development Committee in 2019 in Nolensville and served until she was elected to the board of commissioners. She volunteered with the Together Nolensville team for the March for Equality in 2020. She volunteers regularly with Junior Achievement through Caterpillar. Commissioner Garramone is active in her church at Holy Family Catholic Church and previously served as team parent for her daughter’s gymnastics and dance teams.
Additionally, she has served on multiple employee resource groups within both Caterpillar and Starbucks to enhance diversity and inclusion.
Commissioner Garramone is a resident of Summerlyn with her husband William, and two daughters Megan and Madison.