Lynne Musick

Lynne Musick was recently promoted to client development leader at S&ME, where she was previously senior business developer at the firm. 

In her new role as client development leader, Musick will lead sales and marketing activities within the S&ME’s planning and design business unit. She will also help expand the planning and design services across the company’s national solutions footprint, as well as continue to connect the full range of design, geotechnical, environmental and construction service lines.    

“Lynne has a tremendous ability to develop relationships and turn those relationships into opportunity,” said Lennie Arnold, vice president and director of planning and design. “Her enthusiasm and positive attitude is infectious and fires everyone up in the best way.”

With 30 years of experience, Musick has been with S&ME for nearly five years. Her experience spans work on industrial-distribution, corporate headquarters, administrative offices, health care, biotech, entertainment, education, residential and other market sectors. Her client development work has also involved federal and state government, municipalities and private sector. 

She is a member of ULI Middle Tennessee Chapter, where she serves on the sponsorship committee. She is a tnAchieves-TnPromise mentor, a member of the Downtown Nashville Rotary and a board member of 100+ Women Who Care, Greater Nashville Chapter. She is a 2018 graduate of the Transit Leadership Academy and is on the Moving Forward Mobility Policy Task Force. She is a member of the Society of Marketing Professional Services and the Society of American Military Engineers. 

Originally from Dallas, Musick is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin. She currently lives in Donelson.

S&ME is an employee-owned, ENR Top 100 engineering firm with national reach and expertise in geotechnical, civil, environmental, construction and planning services. For more than 45 years, it has helped clients in the industrial, government, commercial, health care, water, power and transportation industries overcome the most complex compliance requirements and adverse land conditions, using proficiency in emerging trends and technologies and a commitment to safety and reliability.

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