NBJ’s 2019 Most Admired CEOs Includes YLC Nonprofit Partners

Today Nashville Business Journal announced the winners of the 2019 Most Admired CEOs and Their Companies Awards and YLC is thrilled that nonprofit leaders were included! To assemble this year’s class of winners, nominations were solicited from the public. Nominees were grouped into categories and voted on by one another during a closed voting process […]

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Lipscomb’s Service Fair Provides Opportunity to Meet Nonprofits Face-to-Face on 9/4/19

Participants in the upcoming two YLC fall classes were invited to attend the Lipscomb University Service Fair on 9/4/19 to meet more than 30 nonprofit organizations in person, including Martha O’Bryan Center, Preston Taylor Ministries, The Heimerdinger Foundation, Land Trust for Tennessee, Senior Ride Nashville, GraceWorks Ministries, Shower the People, Book’em, Tennessee Breast Cancer Coalition and […]

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Judge Lynda Jones to Preside Over Davidson County General Sessions Court

Congratulations to Judge Lynda Jones (Class 36) for being elected to preside over the Davidson County General Sessions Court effective today (Sept. 1). Not only was she elected to General Sessions Court Division IX in 2014, she found time in her busy schedule to be a mentor in the YLC Mentor Program in 2017 and […]

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Deborah Taylor Tate of YLC Class 1 Honored by Tennessee Alliance for Legal Services

Congratulations to Deborah Taylor Tate, a graduate of the first YLC Class in 1985 and Director of the Tennessee Supreme Court/Administrative Office of the Courts, for receiving the Janice M. Holder Award by the Tennessee Alliance for Legal Services, a nonprofit that pairs low-income and elderly people with legal services. Named in honor of the […]

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YLC Impact Luncheon Brings Together 70 Alumni, Fall Class Participants and Nonprofit Staff on 8/28/19

Seventy YLC alumni and fall class participants, along with nonprofit executive directors and staff, attended the 2019 YLC Impact Luncheon presented by PNC Bank on August 28 to learn about “Collective Impact: A Collaborative Approach to Creating Change” at United Way of Metropolitan Nashville. Thanks to Samantha Wigand of Center for Nonprofit Management, Corinne Bergeron […]

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TBT YLC: Class 51 Group Photo from 11 Years Ago

In just two weeks, Class 73 and YLC/Williamson Chamber Class 2019 will have their joint opening luncheon and first training session. This is a milestone season for YLC with our two largest classes ever—49 participants in Class 73 and 35 in Williamson Chamber! Here’s a look back 11 years ago to the group photo of […]

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Impact Luncheon on Collective Impact A Collective Success!

It was standing room only on 8/28/19 at the YLC Impact Luncheon presented by PNC Bank focusing on collective impact with Samantha Wigand with Center for Nonprofit Management moderating a panel discussion with Corinne Bergeron (YLC/Jackson National Class 2014) with Frist Foundation, and Rebecca Carter with United Way of Metropolitan Nashville. More than 70 YLC alumni, fall class participants and […]

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Heritage Ball Late Party Hosted by Heritage Foundation’s Next Gen on October 5

The Heritage Foundation of Williamson County preserves the communities and cultural heritage of Williamson County by working with area leaders to continually care for historic spaces, treasured landmarks, and cherished local businesses. The 46th annual Heritage Ball, the longest running black-tie affair in Williamson County, has added a Late Party for young professionals between the […]

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Celebrate National Dog Day at The BE-Hive End of Summer Cookout on Aug. 31 Benefiting Nashville Humane Association

Did you know that August 26 is #NationalDogDay? Why not celebrate our furry friends the WHOLE week with The BE-Hive End of Summer Cookout this Saturday, benefiting our friends at Nashville Humane Association? Not only will there be be food and drinks from The BE-Hive, Succulent Vegan Tacos, Radical Rabbit, Five Points Pizza, Rose Gold Bakery, Absolut Juice […]

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YLC Former Board Chair James Crumlin Making News for His Capitol Steps Workout

It’s always a treat when we find out one of our YLC alumni has been featured on television. Here’s an inspiring story that aired on June 21 on NewsChannel 5 about James Crumlin (Class 41), an attorney at Bone McAllester Norton PLLC who has been leading the “Capitol Steps Workout” on Monday and Thursday evenings […]

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