Andrée LeQuire

Andrée spent more than ten years in commercial real estate, was a board member of NAIOP, a founding member of Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW), a CCIM Designee, a member of the Leadership Nashville Class of 1993, and was a board member of the Civic Design Center for two years. In 1996 LeQuire started her own real estate development business, Germantown Partners. Along with her partner, Scott Chambers, LeQuire became a leader in the urban infill market in Nashville, Tennessee.

From 2007–2015, she served as Mayor Karl Dean’s representative on the Metro Nashville Planning Commission and served on the Steering Committee of Nashville Next. She served on the Metro Nashville Arts Commission for 8½ years and as Chair from 1996–99. LeQuire was a founding board member of several arts organizations, including The Visual Arts Alliance, The Red Grooms Carousel, and the Frist Center for the Visual Arts.

LeQuire is co-owner of LeQuire Gallery & Studio, Nashville’s only studio, teaching atelier and gallery representing artists from around the country.