Born and raised in the 56th House District, Bob Freeman is proud to be the current State Representative for his home district. He and his wife, Rachel, are working parents with three young children–two daughters and a son.
A Strong History
Bob currently serves as Vice President at Freeman Webb. Bob graduated from Middle Tennessee State University with a degree in Construction Management and Land Development and went on to earn his master’s degree in Sustainability from Lipscomb University’s Institute for Sustainable Practice.
Bob’s wife, Rachel, is the President and CEO of the Sexual Assault Center and SAFE Clinic here in Nashville. The Center provides healing support and advocacy they provide for children, adults, and families affected by sexual assault.
As lifelong Tennesseans, Bob and Rachel enjoy the opportunity to volunteer with organizations making a positive community impact. Bob currently serves on the boards of the Tennessee Environmental Council, Southern Alliance for Clean Energy, Metro Sustainability Advisory Committee and the U.S. Green Building Council’s Tennessee Market Leadership Advisory Board. He was also appointed to the Nashville Homelessness Commission, which brings together advocates, business leaders, government agencies, and the general public to collaborate on solutions for homelessness in Nashville.
- Nashville native
- Small business owner
- Married (Rachel), three children
- Bachelor’s degree, MTSU
- Master’s degree, Lipscomb
- Board member, Nashville Homelessness Commission, Tennessee Environmental Council, Metro Sustainability Advisory Committee, Southern Alliance for Clean Energy, and the U.S. Green Building Council
A Leader in the
House Member of the 111th General Assembly
Board Member of TN Environmental Council