HubNashville Website and App More Popular and Effective Than Ever

According to Mayor David Brileyast week, Metro Nashville’s one-stop shop for reporting issues and offering input, hubNashville, keeps getting more popular – and more effective. Residents submitted a record-setting 15,380 requests in May, nearly 1,000 more than the previous month and more than doubling the number from May 2018. And the average time it takes […]

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YLC Staff Making Great Things Happen This Summer and Fall

The YLC staff, from left, Jamie Weathers, Patty Kelley St. Clair and Lisa Shacklett, taking a quick breather after a very busy spring with 90 class participants graduating last month, planning Diane Hayes’ farewell reception next week, finalizing the participants for Class 73 kicking off in September and working on admissions for YLC/Williamson Chamber Class […]

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YLC’s Association Sponsorship of NBJ’s Next Gen Series on 5/21/19

YLC was the association sponsor for Nashville Business Journal’s Next Gen series on May 21 at Fat Bottom Brewing with more than 100 young professionals and accomplished business leaders in small group discussions about personal and professional goals. YLC executive director Lisa Clark Shacklett was one of the executive table hosts sharing her insight on […]

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Four YLC Alumni Named 2019 Power Leaders in Commercial Real Estate

Four YLC alumni will be recognized on June 11 as Nashville Business Journal‘s 2019 Power Leaders in Commercial Real Estate, seen as the dealmakers and key professionals planning and securing a solid foundation that is moving Nashville’s skyline upward and outward. Congratulations to Kelly Knight Hodges (Class 40), Gresham Smith (for Architecture/engineering); Tatum Flynn (Class […]

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YLC/Massey Graduate School Alumni Class 2019 Graduates on 5/16/19

Congratulations to the 16 graduates of YLC/Massey Graduate School Alumni Class 2019! In the third successful year of a partnership between YLC and Belmont University Massey Graduate School of Business, this year’s class met weekly beginning March 14 in the Massey Boardroom for training sessions led by accomplished business leaders in legal responsibilities, conflict management, […]

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YLC Spring Class Mixer at Insbank on 5/22/19

YLC NEWS: More than 40 recent graduates of Class 72, YLC/Junior League Class 2019 and YLC/Massey Graduate School Alumni Class 2019 attended the YLC Spring Class Mixer on May 22, hosted by InsBank, a full-service commercial bank and mortgage lender, on Franklin Pike Circle. An open bar and tasty hors d’oeuvres from Bacon & Caviar […]

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13 YLC Alumni Named 2019 Nashville Emerging Leader Awards Finalists

The 2019 Nashville Emerging Leader Awards (NELA) finalists were announced this week and 13 are YLC alumni! The Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce and YP Nashville annually present the NELAs, to recognize Nashville’s young professionals under the age of 40 for significant accomplishments in their chosen career fields, as well as their commitment and contribution […]

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Class 68 Graduate Kenisha Rhone Honored with Communication Service Award

Kenisha L. Rhone (Class 68), who received the 2018 Volunteer of the Year this past November at the Play Like a Girl Honors Gala, is being honored once again this summer with the 2019 CoSIDA Bob Kenworthy Communication Service Award. CoSIDA (College Sports Information Directors of America) is a 3,000+ member national organization comprised of […]

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YLC Class 72 Graduates 44 Participants on May 15

Congratulations to the graduates of YLC Class 72, which had its last training session on May 15. after 28 hours of nonprofit board leadership training. The spring class of 44 participants had been meeting weekly since March 6 at nonprofits, universities and law firms around Nashville to learn about legal responsibilities of board members, strategic […]

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NextGen Event- Tuesday, May 21 2019

YLC is excited to be the association sponsor once again for Nashville Business Journal’s Next Gen series presented by Asurion. On Tuesday, May 21, 5:00-7:00 p.m. at Fat Bottom Brewery, you’ll have an opportunity to to attend the “MEETING EXECUTIVES IS HARD” session. Next Gen states “We know that, so we made it easy for […]

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Young Professionals Mixer on Thursday, May 16

COMMUNITY NEWS: The Big Impact Group, the young professionals group of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Middle Tennessee, is hosting a Young Professionals Mixer on Thursday, May 16 from 5pm-7:30pm on the rooftop bar of City Tap Nashville, located at 204 3rd Avenue South. There will be light appetizers, and the first drink is on them! The […]

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The Big Payback

TODAY IS THE DAY!! The Big Payback is back again this year thanks to the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee. Today, we have an opportunity to give back to the nonprofit community and we would appreciate you thinking of YLC when giving! As a YLC alum or friend, I’m sure you are proud that YLC […]

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Conflict Management Conference-YLC Special Rate

Lipscomb University’s College of Leadership & Public Service and the Institute for Conflict Management invites YLC alums to a unique conference where professors and practitioners from diverse backgrounds meet to collaborate and discover the necessary tools and tactics to diffuse conflict in any form or field. This event is the only one of its type […]

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Spring Class Mixer on May 22 at INSBANK

  Meet the newest YLC alumni from our 2019 Junior League, Class 72 and Massey Graduate Classes at a Mixer on Wednesday, May 22, 5-7 pm at INSBANK, 5614 Franklin Pike Circle, Brentwood, 37027 and ample parking is available on-site. Thank you to Katherine Daniels, INSBANK AVP and student in Nashville Class 72, for sharing […]

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Belmont Massey’s YLC Class

CLASS NOTES:  The YLC/Massey Graduate School Alumni Class 2019 hosted its opening reception a few weeks ago. The 16 participants in the third annual YLC nonprofit board training class, exclusively for alumni of Massey Graduate School, ar meet each Thursday afternoon through May 16. Check out this photo from inside the Massey Boardroom, including this […]

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Muscular Dystrophy Association – Committee Members Wanted

COMMITTEE MEMBERS WANTED: Muscular Dystrophy Association is looking for steering committee members for its Nashville Muscle Team Gala on October 8 at Musicians Hall of Fame. Local and national athletes, celebrities, musicians and military personnel will be paired with MDA’s Most Valuable Players (MVPs) — local children and adults living with neuromuscular disease. Guests will […]

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Welcome our New Executive Director, Lisa Shacklett

Young Leaders Council is thrilled to welcome Lisa Clark Shacklett as our new executive director, replacing Diane L Hayes who stepped down earlier this year after close to 24 years leading YLC through substantial growth.

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