Nashville, TN (TN Tribune)–FiftyForward is proud to welcome the following individuals to the FiftyForward Board of
Directors for fiscal year 2022.

Nicholas Trice

Nicholas Trice is a client specialist at AllianceBernstein on the private wealth management

side of the business. Prior to AllianceBernstein, he worked as a senior information technology

specialist at Deloitte. Nicholas earned a bachelor’s in business administration in financial

management from Lipscomb University. He has volunteered at many nonprofit organizations

including Habitat for Humanity of Greater Nashville, PENCIL for Schools, and the Boys & Girls C

lub of America.





Ashley Perkins i

Ashley Perkins is the associate administrator for nursing at Williamson Medical Center.

Perkins has been in the nursing profession for 28 years and has been employed with

Williamson Medical Center for the past 24 years. In addition to her nursing degree, she
holds a bachelor’s in business administration and a master’s in Healthcare Administration.

Her prior board service includes Waves, Inc. where she served as board president. She is a

native of Monroe, Louisiana, and has lived in Tennessee for the past 32 years.







Rick Ewing is currently a customer success director at Oracle Corporation, where he

has worked for over 20 years. As an experienced leader in the enterprise technology

field, he has conceptualized and executed multi-million-dollar ERP, CRM, and cloud
solution implementations for Fortune 100 customers across the health care,

pharmaceutical, financial services, and insurance sectors. A member of the 2018

Leadership Nashville class, Ewing is currently a board member for the University

School of Nashville Alumni Board, the Rutherford County Technology Council,

the Nashville Opera and is active in fundraising for the Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance of Middle



Established in 1956, FiftyForward supports, champions, and enhances life for those 50 and older. As a
nonprofit serving Middle Tennessee, FiftyForward operates seven lifelong learning centers – two in
Williamson County and five in Davidson County –offering classes including health and wellness, arts,
technology, virtual programming, and engaging volunteer opportunities. FiftyForward also provides
comprehensive supportive care for older adults including essential services such as FiftyForward Adult
Day Services, FiftyForward Fresh/Meals on Wheels, and care management. Learn more about older
adults and those we serve in our podcast Squeeze the Day, our video series FiftyForward Exchange, and
at Follow us @FiftyForward on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn.