Jeffery Humble has established himself as one of the most active and respected community volunteers in Nashville, as well as multiple surrounding states. His philanthropic involvements range from the Kentucky Junior Historical Society, Nashville CARES, Tennessee Equality Project (TEP), and Feed My People in St. Louis. Jeffery formerly served in several leadership roles and functions for the Nashville Steering Committee.
But this Louisville, Kentucky, native hasn’t forgotten about his home state, or his alma mater. During the 2016 Homecoming, Eastern Kentucky University and EKU’s International Alumni Association honored him with the Young Alumni Award. Former Kentucky Governor Steve Brashear bestowed the commission of Kentucky Colonel, a recognition of his noteworthy accomplishments and outstanding service to his community and home state. The Center for Nonprofit Management (CNM) and The Tennessean honored Humble within their diverse group of 30 leaders in the nonprofit sector, all of whom are in their 30s, for the “30 in their 30s”Award.
Jeffery was a 2016 Finalist for the Mark Lee Taylor Community Service Award, and in May of 2017 he was awarded The Tennessee Ambassador of Goodwill by Governor Bill Haslam for representing the State of Tennessee for his exceptional talents and significant contributions for our communities. And those are only the highlights. Jeffery holds a BA in Political Science and Special Education from Eastern Kentucky University, an MBA from Bethel University, and is currently working toward a dual Micro Masters from Curtin University in Human Rights and Thunderbird School of Global Management in International Business Management.