Jim Shulman is the leader that Nashville needs to continue to build a consensus on the Metro Council. For over 35 years, Jim has been an invested member of our community, serving on boards of numerous organizations and being honored for his services.
As Vice Mayor, Jim has opened the lines of communication between the public and the council. Jim's top priority has been to make sure that the council is connected to the community and that the community is well-informed.
He has used his experience as Executive Director of the Tennessee Commission on Aging and Disability, his work as a metro council member at-large, and a former small business owner to help guide the council toward consensus on the tough issues facing Nashville.
Jim has the experience we need to make Nashville work for all of us!
Community InvolvementWith over 35 years of community involvement, Jim is the leader that we need in Nashville.
- Director of Tennessee Commission on Aging and Disability
- Metro Vice-Mayor
- Metro Council Member At-Large
- Nashville Children's Theater, Former Board Member
- Adventure Science Center, Former Board Member
- Renewal House, Former Board President
- Nashville Sister Cities, Board Member
- St. Luke's Meals on Wheels and Open Table Nashville, Volunteer
- The Hero Award Recipient 2011, Safe Haven Family Shelter
- Good Guy Award Recipient 2009, WPCTN
- Leadership Nashville, 2009 Class Member
- Chair of Metro Budget, Transportation and Public Works Committees
- Metro Council Member for district 25, 1999-2007