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East TN Foundation Welcomes General Counsel and Vice President for Advancement




East Tennessee Foundation (ETF) welcomes General Counsel and Vice President for Advancement Tamara Boyer who has twenty-six years of experience in the finance industry as a corporate attorney, a business executive and a wealth management director. Her prior
employment includes Tennessee Director USB Wealth Management Division of US Bank, Senior Vice President and Legal Director for Citigroup and General Counsel with Vanderbilt Mortgage & Finance.

Tamara is a native of Sarasota, Florida, where she lived on Siesta Key until attending college at Florida State University. Tamara attended Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law. After graduation, she moved to Knoxville along with her attorney husband, a native of East Tennessee, and a graduate of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. They have one daughter who is a sophomore at the University of Tennessee.

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