“I am committed to a responsible, well-managed growth strategy. Gallatin is growing rapidly and I support that growth, but it’s important that the city maintain its charm and integrity. Growing up in a home dedicated to preserving history, this is extremely important to me,” says Love. “I believe in open lines of communication and will seek the input of all of our citizens. We are a diverse city and every person who lives here deserves fair representation. I will do my best to represent the needs of all residents when making decisions that will affect the people of our city, both now and in the future.”
Born in Gallatin and a graduate of Gallatin High School, Love earned her bachelor of science from Middle Tennessee State University. For 16 years, she has enjoyed being a teacher at Gallatin High School. She is an active volunteer and is involved in many local organizations. Currently, she serves on the Gallatin Historic District Commission and is a member of General Jethro Sumner DAR, Friends of the Library and Cairo Methodist Church, where she serves as chairman of the Pastor/Parish Relations Committee. She is a Past-President of the Junior Service League of Gallatin.