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The Hartwell Foundation Welcomes Russell "Rusty" Hensley as New CEO
Date:1/7/2014

MEMPHIS, Tenn., Jan. 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Hartwell Foundation announces Russell "Rusty" Hensley, JD  will serve as the foundation's Chief Executive Officer in charge of overseeing Hartwell's Missions. Hensley comes with experience in corporate law and has a wealth of knowledge in operating companies.

With a focus on private client services, such as venture capital transactions, corporate law, and mergers and acquisitions, Rusty Hensley is a business professional and attorney with more than 30 years of experience in transactional law. With his transactional law practice, Hensley has primarily focused his efforts on operating companies in many different industries throughout the United States.

Hensley was on the Board of Directors of Evans Petree, PC law firm and Managing Partner of The Bogatin Law Firm, PLC in Memphis, TN prior to joining the Hartwell Foundation Corporation. He attended the University of Mississippi for his under graduate studies and earned his Juris Doctorate Degree at the University of Memphis's Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law.

The Primary Mission branch of the Hartwell Foundation that Hensley will be overseeing includes many special projects designed to directly benefit the well-being and health of the children of the US. All of Hartwell's Missions are of equal importance.

The Additional Missions Hensley will oversee include:

  • Helping Children of Family Members Killed in Action  - In August of 2011, 17 Navy SEALs died when their helicopter was shot down by insurgents in Afghanistan. So far, the Hartwell Foundation has donated $125,000 to the Navy Seal Foundation to help children of those dead.
  • AMIkids - Through motivating and positive programs that inspire leadership, perso
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