Travis Armstrong steps up to Presidency of ALA group
by Mandy Hicks
Travis Armstrong, Firm Administrator of ELPO, was recently elected President of the Middle Tennessee Chapter of the Association of Legal Administrators. Travis will serve a one-year term in the role. He joins 27 members who preceded him in service in the Chapter’s 33 year history. The President commits to three years of service to the organization: first as vice-president, then as president, then as past president. The organization has about 50 active members in the Middle Tennessee Chapter. Armstrong is a Certified Public Accountant and Certified Legal Manager.
Travis’ duties during the next year will include presiding over executive board meetings for the planning and implementation of activities, make committee appointments as needed by the chapter, work closely with Regional Officers, Directors and ALA Headquarters for the recognition of the chapter and its members and approving applications for membership to the chapter.
ALA was founded in 1971 to provide support to professionals involved in the management of law firms, corporate legal departments and government legal agencies. The Middle Tennessee chapter includes members in Kentucky and Tennessee, and holds most meetings in Nashville. Travis recently attended the national meeting for the ALA, representing the Middle Tennessee chapter.