Linda Rebrovick has over 35 years of global management and over 12 years of board experience. She previously held the positions of Board Director, KPMG LLP, and Pinnacle Financial Partners, Inc. and, since 2001, she has been a Board Director and Chair, Governance Committee, HealthStream, Inc. In 2009, Linda became the CEO and Board member, Consensus Point, a leading provider of prediction markets, next generation technology for market research.
During her career at three of the largest global technology and services companies, IBM, KPMG and Dell, Linda held management, partner, and executive board levels in the areas of technology, governance, consulting, and served in consulting, sales, marketing, and consulting services roles in the retail, healthcare, distribution, manufacturing, Federal and State and Local government, and other sectors.
Most recently, Linda was a candidate for the office of Mayor of Metropolitan Nashville. She gained knowledge of City Government operations and communicated a vision to build a “Smarter City” with efficient and effective government by using technology and innovation, combined with business disciplines and bold new ideas. During the yearlong campaign, she met with, and earned the support of, many of the major Nashville business, government, community leaders and executives. Supporters included business executives of the technology, healthcare, and major corporate and fastest growing businesses. Linda raised funds in excess of three quarters of a million dollars and participated in over 100 Public Forums, TV and Radio Interviews, and Editorial/Press Relations Meetings.
As the CEO Consensus Point for 5 years, Linda has raised funding in Series A and B investment rounds. She has built the company with an innovative social prediction market research Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) technology solution, including crowdsourcing of communities, market research methodologies and predictive analytics algorithm. Under her leadership, the company was selected by the Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) as one of ten of the most innovative companies in the software and digital content industries transforming the information industry and was showcased at the ”Information Industry Summit 2013 Breakthrough” event in New York.
Linda is a member of the Advisory Board, Western Express, Inc., a transportation company and the largest woman privately owned company in Middle Tennessee.
Linda serves on the boards of numerous civic and community, women's leadership, higher education and healthcare organizations, some of which include the Entrepreneur Center, Leadership Nashville, the Nashville Sports Council, CABLE Women on Boards, the Tennessee Chapter of Women Corporate Directors, the Women's Final Four Committee, the Lipscomb Dean Institute of Ethics and Integrity and the Auburn University College of Business, Board of Advisors.
She is the recipient of several awards, including the Nashville Post's Most Powerful Women, Women in Technology's Athena Award, Nashville Business Journal's Power Leaders in Technology, the YWCA Academy of Women of Achievement and Top 400 Women Graduates of the past 100 years; Auburn University.