Marty Regan is 2014 MIFA’s E. J. Goldsmith Volunteer of the Year Award Recipient
Marty Regan is the recipient of the 2014 Metropolitan Inter-Faith Association’s (MIFA) 2014 E. J. Goldsmith Volunteer of the Year Award.
The MIFA Day of Reflection and Service states this about Marty Regan: “Marty Regan has spent his career serving the Memphis nonprofit community. From housing for the elderly to programs for the poor, his work—in business, estate planning, municipal, public finance, and real estate law—has facilitated public-private partnerships that have kept organizations like ours running smoothly. His knowledge and genuine concern for the people he works to serve are an inspiration, and MIFA was fortunate to work with him in 2013 on the transfer of our former housing properties to North Memphis Community Development Corporation, an important community partner who is better suited to put these apartments to use. Thanks to Marty, the complicated transfer went off without a hitch—we couldn’t have done it without him!”