YP Nashville Connect – Learn more about YLC!

YLC is participating in the YP Nashville Connect event, our city’s largest networking event for young professionals. This trade show is an after-hours style event for you to learn about opportunities to partner with more than 50 organizations to impact our community. All organizations are members of YP Nashville, and will hosting individual display booths […]

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That’s A Wrap – Thank you Class 73 & Williamson Class!

Our two incredible groups of Young Leaders finished their final classes last week – and with distinction, might we add! We serve the most impressive young professionals in the greater Nashville area, and count it a privilege to watch them thrive in the YLC programs and beyond! As they prepare to serve on nonprofit boards, […]

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Gilda’s Club Trivia Night – December 4, 2019

This one is for the TRIVIA FANS! Our friends at Gilda’s Club are partnering with East Nashville Beer Works and Nerdy Talk to host a trivia night benefiting Gilda’s Club’s free cancer support. 1st-3rd place winners will receive exciting prizes, so bring your A-Game and smartest friends for some friendly competition for an important cause! […]

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Nashville Opera Guild – Save the Dates

With a history of raising over $1.5 million in funding for the music education program for middle Tennessee students exceeding 650,000 in number, the Nashville Opera Guild continues to raise support for this program through upcoming fundraising events. Don’t miss out on these exciting events coming up! The Auction Party – Thursday, November 7 The […]

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NEXT GEN: Ask The Executive – Presented by Asurion

NEXT GEN: Ask the Executive Asurion makes it easy to meet and hear from executives in the Nashville area with the Next Gen event! Join other young professionals and top executives to discuss personal and professional goals. Next Gen provides the opportunity for you to curate the conversation and ask your biggest questions. Register here! […]

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Belmont University host Next Level Conference – November 20, 2019

Join Belmont Executive Learning Network as they host the Next Level Conference November 20, 2019, featuring keynote speaker, Betsy Myers. This half-day conference for all business executives will address topics about women in business and leadership roles. The event will begin at  1 p.m. in the Frist Lecture Hall and Janet Ayers Conference Center. Two […]

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Purchase a SHOP | SAVE | SUPPORT Card – Junior League of Nashville

Calling all avid shoppers! What if your everyday purchases could also benefit a local nonprofit? Great news! This fall, the 2019 SHOP | SAVE | SUPPORT card provided by Junior League of Nashville allows you to shop with local retailers AND give back to local nonprofits. October 24-November 4, use your SHOP | SAVE | […]

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United Way of Metro Nashville hosts Tour Tuesday at The Family Center – October 15, 2019

Do you want to learn more about child-advocacy nonprofits in Nashville? The United Way of Metro Nashville wants to host YOU for their October Tour Tuesday at The Family Center where you can get a closer look at their incredible impact on our community. The Family Center exists to break multi-generational cycles of child abuse, […]

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YLC and Conexion Next Celebrate the Fall and Hispanic Heritage Month at Casa Azafran on 9/24/19

More than 60 YLC fall class students and Conexion Next members celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month at Casa Azafran on 9/24/19. With two musicians from Music City Latin Orchestra performing live and a selection of delicious empanadas and mini BLTs from Karla’s Catering, the mixer was sponsored by Jackson and Lipscomb University College of Business.  

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Know a YLC Alumnus Who Rocks? Nominate Him/Her for Young Leader of the Year by Oct. 15!

What do Eric Rhinehardt, (Class 17), Mitch Pettross (Class 16), Robinson Regen (Class 19), Marcus Stamps (Class 22), James C. Phillips, Jr. (Class 22) Debra Asay (Class 18), Derek Young (Class 16), Patty Kelley St. Clair (Class 33), Susan Chapman (Class 17), Bob Lawhon (Class 31), Elizabeth Gerken (Class 35), Paula Roberts (Class 39), Erika […]

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