Travis Armstrong

CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER

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Overview

Accounting suits Travis Armstrong, but he also likes variety. He’s found the perfect fit as a Chief Operating Officer at ELPO Law, handling many types of responsibilities related to his chosen field that include budgeting, financial analysis, and financial reporting, but also adds some new skills, such as overseeing marketing, human resources and benefits. Travis works with everyone at the firm to ensure that the firm is meeting its budget and objectives, and to help employees who have questions about things such as benefits. “I like solving problems,” Travis says. “That’s what has drawn me to management, finding a way to help employees understand benefit packages, or ways to get better results for our business.”

Travis is often the public face of the firm at various social and civic functions. He loves that the feedback is often positive. “I tell people where I work, and they tell me it is a great firm,” Travis says. “They invariably know someone there. It’s amazing the reach of our firm.”

Outside of work, Travis is an avid student of management techniques, and lists among his favorite books “Good to Great” by Jim Collins. He previously served on the Family Enrichment Center Board of Directors and on the Board of Directors of the Association of Legal Administrators, Middle Tennessee Chapter. He also serves as treasurer for Bowling Green Christian Church, and spends time with his wife and two daughters.

Working for ELPO has been a great choice, Travis says. “I really felt that this position would add to my skills base, which is very true,” Travis says. “It’s stretched me and challenged me. I have learned so much here. The firm has long had a reputation as being best in region, and I think that’s true, but it’s also a very personable place and you can get to know your co-workers. This is a place where people care about you outside of work.”

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Accounting suits Travis Armstrong, but he also likes variety. He’s found the perfect fit as a Chief Operating Officer at ELPO Law, handling many types of responsibilities related to his chosen field that include budgeting, financial analysis, and financial reporting, but also adds some new skills, such as overseeing marketing, human resources and benefits. Travis works with everyone at the firm to ensure that the firm is meeting its budget and objectives, and to help employees who have questions about things such as benefits. “I like solving problems,” Travis says. “That’s what has drawn me to management, finding a way to help employees understand benefit packages, or ways to get better results for our business.”

Travis is often the public face of the firm at various social and civic functions. He loves that the feedback is often positive. “I tell people where I work, and they tell me it is a great firm,” Travis says. “They invariably know someone there. It’s amazing the reach of our firm.”

Outside of work, Travis is an avid student of management techniques, and lists among his favorite books “Good to Great” by Jim Collins. He previously served on the Family Enrichment Center Board of Directors and on the Board of Directors of the Association of Legal Administrators, Middle Tennessee Chapter. He also serves as treasurer for Bowling Green Christian Church, and spends time with his wife and two daughters.

Working for ELPO has been a great choice, Travis says. “I really felt that this position would add to my skills base, which is very true,” Travis says. “It’s stretched me and challenged me. I have learned so much here. The firm has long had a reputation as being best in region, and I think that’s true, but it’s also a very personable place and you can get to know your co-workers. This is a place where people care about you outside of work.”

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