YLC/Junior League Class 2019 Graduates Published in 7/21/19 Tennessean

The July 21, 2019 print issue of The Tennessean published the names of the graduates of YLC/Junior League of Nashville Class 2019 in People in Business.

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Franklin Tomorrow’s Exemplary Community Volunteer Awards Include 5 YLC/Williamson Chamber Graduates as Nominees

Franklin Tomorrow‘s 13th annual Exemplary Community Volunteer Awards will be presented on July 24 at 7pm at The Franklin Theatre to celebrate those volunteers who work tirelessly to make Franklin a better place. In partnership with Jackson National Life Insurance Company, awards are presented in a variety of categories to individuals, businesses and civic groups […]

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Better Decisions Looking for Board Members

Better Decisions was started as a program under the umbrella of other nonprofits in 1985 before being as incorporated as a 501(c)(3) in 1999. Its mission is to teach and foster decision-making and life-planning skills among women who are incarcerated to reduce recidivism among female offenders and to break the inter-generational cycle of crime by […]

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Nonprofit Roundtable Discussion on “Future-Proofing Your Organization” on July 30

Staff and board members of nonprofit organizations, social enterprises, and government agencies are invited to attend the Nonprofit Roundtable on “Future-Proofing Your Organization” with guest expert Blake Stockard from Kumwe Systems kicking off the discussion. Presented by Nonprofit Jenni, this free event is Tuesday, July 30, 5:30-7pm at FiftyForward, located at 174 Rains Avenue (near […]

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YLC/Williamson Chamber Class 2019 Application Deadline Extended to July 20

Are you a young professional between the ages of 25-40, who lives, works or does business in Williamson County, and looking for an opportunity to take your community service to the next level? For the seventh consecutive year, YLC will be partnering with Williamson, Inc. to offer nonprofit board leadership training on 11 consecutive Thursdays, September […]

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The Dancing Divas and Dudes Looking for Board Members for Its Dancers Disproving Disabilities

The Dancing Divas and Dudes was started in Nashville as the first nonprofit dance team for individuals with special needs. Each team member has the opportunity to grow physically, mentally, and emotionally at practices while learning a variety of dance genres. The nonprofit plays a crucial role in erasing the stigma that individuals with special […]

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Harry Allen of YLC Class 62 Installed as 2019-20 President of Rotary Club of Nashville

YLC is so proud of Harry Allen (Class 62), who rang the Rotary bell for the first time yesterday after being installed as the 2019-20 president of the Rotary Club of Nashville, the third largest Rotary Club worldwide and the largest civic club in Tennessee with 600 members from the business, civic and government sectors. Harry […]

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YLC Alumnus Matt Largen on Williamson, Inc. Young Professionals Panel at July 18 Luncheon

This month’s Williamson, Inc. Young Professionals Luncheon is Thursday, July 18, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Williamson County Association of Realtors office, 1646 Westgate Circle, Ste. 104 in Brentwood and features a panel of seasoned professionals giving you guidance on how to own the room the right way. Panelists Allena Bell, Master School Board Member of […]

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YLC/Williamson Chamber Class 2019 Application Deadline Extended to July 20

Thanks to Brentwood Home Page and its sister publications in Franklin, Nolensville and Spring Hill, for helping us get the word out about YLC’s seventh annual partnership with Williamson, Inc. to train young professionals between the ages of 25-40, who live, work or do business in Williamson County, in 11 weekly sessions, beginning September 12. […]

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American Liver Foundation Mid-South Looking for Board Member with Marketing Skills

Although liver disease is among the ten major causes of death in the United States, there was no national voluntary health agency devoted exclusively to combating liver diseases until 1976, when the American Liver Foundation was formed. The Mid-South Division was founded in the late 1990’s in Memphis and eventually moved to Nashville to serve […]

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YLC Alumnus Dietz Osborne Named President/CEO of Miriam’s Promise

Dietz Osborne (Class 58) has been named President/CEO of Miriam’s Promise, after Debbie Robinson, the former Executive Director, retired on June 30. Founded in 1985, Miriam’s Promise is a licensed child-placing agency located in Nashville with the mission to ensure the well-being of the child by nurturing individuals and families. Dietz’s initial volunteer experience was […]

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Urban Green Lab Job Full and Part-Time Positions Available

Urban Green Lab is looking for positive, professional, adaptable, entrepreneurial, humble team-players with a sense of equity, environmental justice and humor who listen closely to the people they serve and look outside the box for answers to big challenges. The nonprofit currently has three job postings–Workplaces Manager (full-time), Households Manager (full-time) and Administrative Assistant (part-time). […]

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YLC Alumnus Gary Gaston Featured “Boss” in Nashville Business Journal

Gary Gaston (Class 42), CEO of Nashville Civic Design Center, is profiled in this week’s Nashville Business Journal. For the past five years, Gary has frequently played an influential role in shaping the city’s conversations around growth and development, while cultivating a board of directors and a donor list that includes a who’s who of Nashville’s real estate […]

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Seven YLC Alumni Chosen for 44th Class of Leadership Nashville

Leadership Nashville has announced the 44 members of its 44th class, with seven of those being YLC alumni. More than 280 people applied for the latest class. The nine-month program, beginning in September, aspires to cultivate community leaders and focuses on issues including education, labor, diversity, criminal justice and more. Congratulations and good luck to […]

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Best. Summer. Ever.

Whether you’re a parent looking for a wholesome (and free!) way for your kiddos to pass the time this summer, or you’re a teen looking for a way to beef up your resumé before applying for college, Hands On Nashville can connect you to volunteer opportunities at lots of great Nashville organizations. Make reading easy […]

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Support Play Like A Girl at Nashville Sounds on June 14

See the Nashville Sounds take on the Las Vegas Aviators on Friday, June 14 at 7:05 p.m. at First Tennessee Park and help support Play Like a Girl! Tickets are $21 with $2 of each ticket sold through the link below donated to Play Like a Girl, a Nashville-based 501(c)3 charitable organization with the mission to […]

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Honoring Diane Hayes’ Legacy with a Special Gift to YLC

Diane Hayes served the Young Leaders Council for 24 years, growing YLC from a small, little-known program to a nonprofit that is well-known and respected for training diverse and committed young professionals to effectively participate on the boards of nonprofit organizations. She expanded the program from two classes a year in 1995 to five classes […]

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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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