Nashville Lifestyles Magazine Publishes Photos from Diane Hayes Reception

Thanks to Nashville Lifestyles Magazine for publising some of our favorite photos from the farewell reception of Diane Hayes online. Click on the link here to see Party Pics of Laini Brown (Class 57), Kenisha L. Rhone (Class 68), Jill Robinson (Class 26), Patrick J. Conger (Class 38), Barry Greer (Class 54), Michael Malesick, Paige […]

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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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Diane Hayes Farewell Celebration on 6/19/19

On June 19, Young Leaders Council celebrated one of Nashville’s greatest treasures and our former executive director, Diane Hayes. Over 400 alumni and supporters joined us for a wonderful evening in the Gulch Crossing club room, and the rain held off long enough for us to enjoy remarks by our board chair, Josh Livingston, Class #1 alum and Waller […]

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YLC Alumna Yanika Smith-Bartley Chosen for Nashville Post’s 2019 All-Star Board

In the Summer 2019 issue of Nashville Post, one of the six profiled business leaders who were assembled for the 2019 All-Star Board is YLC alumna Yanika Nikki Smith-Bartley (Class 43). Yanika is Vice President and Special Counsel for Diversity and Inclusion at Asurion, where she brings employment and regulatory expertise to an organization now home to […]

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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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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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