Mayor’s Workplace Challenge Gold Awards!

Wilmot Inc. is honored to have received Mayor’s Workplace Challenge Gold Awards! We work daily to walk-the-talk in our sustainability business, and it is good to receive recognition for our achievements, for ourselves and our clients! From the Mayor’s Office: Congratulations for achieving Gold in the Involved, Healthy and Green areas of the Mayor’s Workplace Challenge 2013. Because of – Continue Reading


The Nashville Business Journal named Tiffany Wilmot as one of the Powerful Women in Nashville. The award included a strategic forum for women business owners and advice from Wilmot on how to amplify: social, environmental and ethical concerns to produce a highly successful business. ….. On balancing work and home life The main challenge was – Continue Reading

Wilmot Inc earned Top Overall Score in Mayor’s Workplace Challenge

The Mayor’s Workplace Challenge encourages and recognizes places of work to excel in three  areas that contribute to a high quality of life: being green, healthy and involved in the community. It is the first three-tiered challenge of its kind in the country, and other cities are looking to it as a model for similar programs – Continue Reading

Wilmot Inc reaches Gold Level in Mayor’s Workplace Challenge

Wilmot Inc reached The Gold Level in the Involved Workplace, Green Workplace and Healthy Workplace. The Involved Workplace Challenge encourages organizations to take an active role in promoting volunteer service inside and outside the workplace. The Green Workplace Challenge encourages organizations to reduce the environmental impacts of their operations and buildings by engaging property owners, – Continue Reading

Nashville Post Celebrates Green Heroes

The Nashville Post has published its annual list of eco friendly companies operating in Middle Tennessee. Wilmot Inc has again been recognized as a Green Hero for its work in Green business. As sustainable development becomes more prevalent throughout the United States, companies like Wilmot Inc. are ready be a part of the new Green – Continue Reading

Tiffany Wilmot Honored as a Top 50 Entrepreneur

Entrepreneurship drives business innovation and helps to create jobs. According data from the US Census, small business and entrepreneurial activity employs about half of the US workforce. That’s why each year, Business Leader Magazine celebrates top entrepreneurs. From thousands of nominations, fifty winners were chosen in Nashville by the editorial board of Business Leader Magazine. – Continue Reading

Tiffany Wilmot honored as Sustainable Achiever of the Year by Lipscomb University

Lipscomb University’s Institute for Sustainable Practice last week recognized winners of its second annual Green Business Leadership Awards. The winners, listed below, were selected by a committee of five business and non-profit representatives from a statewide sustainable business roundtable. • Community Servant of the Year: Mayor Karl Dean • CEO of the Year: Carlos Ghosn, president and – Continue Reading

Wilmot Inc. Nominated for a NEXT Award

At Wilmot, we are proud of our tradition of being on the forefront in sustainability and green technology. So we were excited this fall to be nominated by the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce as a “Market Mover” in our industry. The Next Awards honor businesses from emerging start-ups to growth companies to well established – Continue Reading

Tiffany honored as a 2010 “Woman of Influence” by Nashville Business Journal

Each year, Nashville Business Journal honors area business women as “Women of Influence” for their leadership and contributions to the community. This year, 30 women have been chosen for recognition in seven categories. It’s hard to overstate the impact of women on the economy. In addition to their increasing roles in corporate leadership, women are – Continue Reading

Tiffany led the Green Building & Energy Subcommittee on Mayor’s Green Ribbon Committee

On June 9, 2008, Mayor Karl Dean signed Executive Order establishing the Green Ribbon Committee on Environmental Sustainability. The Executive Order contains specific language regarding  public input, stating that the Green Ribbon Committee should “draw upon the reports of recognized  experts in the fields of energy efficiency and environmental sustainability and gather input from the public through – Continue Reading