Meet The Team Of Music City Plastic Surgery Of Nashville, Tennessee
Award-Winning Plastic Surgery Office, Serving Nashville, Green Hills, Belle Meade, Franklin, Brentwood, Hendersonville, Bellevue, Murfreesboro, Mount Juliet, Hermitage & Columbia, TN
Chris joined Music City Plastic Surgery in April 2018 as the Front Desk Ambassador. She is the friendly face that will greet you when you arrive and because of happiness even her bright smile can be felt through the phone. She has a gift for developing an instant connection with our patients and her friendly voice and infectious laugher makes up the sweet music found at Music City Plastic Surgery.
Chris is originally from a small town in West TN although she has called Nashville her home for 20 years. Her background includes more than 15 years in customer service and hospitality. When she’s not in the office she enjoys home renovating projects, traveling, shopping & being a wife & mom. Chris has always been dedicated to her family and at Music City Plastic Surgery she will treat you like one of her own. When you speak with Chris, it’s just like your college call home to Mama on a Sunday evening…it just feels comfortable. Give her call to tell her what you’ve been up to.
Awndria, our Patient & Social Media Coordinator comes to Music City Plastic Surgery from Greenup, Kentucky. She earned her Bachelor’s in Communications at the University of Louisville, with Master studies in Sports Administration.
Awndria utilized her skills from sports and communication to dive into the fine dining industry, creating marketing campaigns, and organizing high profile events such as weddings and business meetings. She considers herself a Nashville “native”, after living here for four years and working with locally owned companies such as Green Hills Grille, Mere Bulles, and now Music City Plastic Surgery.
Her passion in her work is making true and raw connections with clients who want someone to be with them every step of the way. She thrives in building guest relationships and making sure that no one feels like “just another patient”. Because of this, she has loved the transition from events to patient care, and she gets to devote even more time focusing on the patients’ needs and wants.
During her free time, Awndria enjoys hanging out with her cat Vera, playing fantasy football and working on her fitness. She is always involved around Nashville, attending new restaurants and events, and weekend brunching is a must.