Dunaway named president of TN District Attorneys General Conference


(June 13, 2024) – The Tennessee District Attorneys General Conference has named Bryant C. Dunaway, 13th Judicial District Attorney General, as President of the District Attorneys General Conference. As President, Gen. Dunaway will play a crucial role in overseeing the operations, strategic direction, and policy formulation for the Conference and judicial districts across the state.

“I am honored to be selected by my fellow elected District Attorneys from across the State of Tennessee to this leadership position. It has been and continues to be my greatest professional privilege to serve the citizens of the 13th Judicial District as District Attorney. I am grateful to be able to serve in this additional role.” General Bryant C. Dunaway

“The President bears the incredible responsibility of guiding the strategies to enhance public safety and serve the people of Tennessee,” explained TNDAGC Executive Director Steve Crump. “I look forward to working alongside General Dunaway to protect our great state.”

Gen. Dunaway became District Attorney General for the 13th Judicial District in 2014 and was re- elected for a second term in 2022. He is a graduate of the Tennessee Law Enforcement Training Academy, Tennessee Tech University, and the Nashville School of Law. Prior to his role as DA, he engaged in the private practice of law. Dunaway is actively involved in his community, serving as a member and deacon at Collegeside Church of Christ, a Tennessee firearms instructor, and a Rotarian with the Cookeville Rotary Club. He currently serves on the boards of the 13th Judicial District Drug and Violent Crimes Task Force and the Upper Cumberland Family Justice Center.


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