Home to the world’s second busiest cargo airport, the second largest inland port on the Mississippi River, the nation’s third busiest trucking corridor and the nation’s third largest rail center, the Greater Memphis region is truly America’s Crossroads to Commerce. With a population of 1.1 million, the region includes four of the largest 25 cities in Tennessee and boasts numerous world-class research institutions, cultural and creative events and recreational activities.
Gwyn is an attorney and served as Law Clerk to two federal judges for four years. She received a Bachelor of Arts in French from Scripps College and a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Memphis. She has published in legal journals and is currently a contributing author for Smart City Memphis. Gwyn is a recipient of the 2010 Memphis Business Journal’s “Top 40 Under 40” award. She has been recognized as one of Memphis’ “Power Players” by Memphis Business Quarterly and listed in Memphis Magazine’s 2010 list of “Who’s Who.” Gwyn is also a participant in the British Council Transatlantic Network (TN2020) and serves as both a Program Coordinator for the Marshall Memorial Fellowship and as Chair of Mayor Luttrell’s YP Collaborative. In her spare time, Gwyn likes running, hiking, kayaking, and enjoying Memphis' many cultural amenities. She currently lives in Midtown Memphis with her ugly pug MoMo.
Gwyn R. Fisher is the founder and CEO of Revolution Strategy, a firm dedicated to providing economic and community development guidance to organizations as they build strong public/private partnerships to help solve some of our most pressing urban issues. She is the former Executive Director of MPACT Memphis, a nationally and internationally recognized organization dedicated to engaging and supporting young professionals. Ms. Fisher is also an attorney and contributing author for Smart City Memphis. She currently participates in the British Council’s Transatlantic Network (TN2020) and serves as both a program coordinator for the Marshall Memorial Fellowship and as Chair of Mayor Luttrell’s YP Collaborative. In her spare time, she likes running, hiking, kayaking, and enjoying Memphis' many cultural amenities.