Nashville Peacemakers Looking for Volunteer Committee Members for Fundraiser

In Nashville’s low-income neighborhoods, violence is an everyday fact of life. Gangs recruit the young, stealing their childhood and, often, their life—creating a public health issue for all Nashvillians. Homicide is today the No. 1 cause of death among African-American boys ages 10-24. Nashville Peacemakers was founded by North Nashville resident Clemmie Greenlee after losing […]

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Charlane Oliver of Class 59 Quoted in Tennessean Article on Low Voter Turnout of Millennials in Mayoral Election

Today’s issue of The Tennessean featured an article by opinion columnist LeBron Hill noting that voters under 35 made up only 9% of early voting for the most recent Nashville mayoral election. To find out what may be keeping more millennials ages 23-38 from voting locally, Hill talked with Charlane Oliver (Class 59), founder of  […]

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Harry Allen of Class 62 Is This Week’s Featured “Boss” in NBJ

Harry Allen (Class 62) is the featured “Boss” in this week’s Nashville Business Journal. Harry, co-founder and chief relationship manager at Studio Bank, is a Nashville native and one of the business community’s most recognizable young leaders, especially for his philanthropic efforts. In addition to being president of the Rotary Club of Nashville, he’s an […]

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“Outside the Corner Office” Panel Discussion Hosted by Massey College of Business Alumni Board on 8/28/19

The Alumni Board of the Jack C. Massey College of Business is hosting a Panelist Q&A Discussion with some of Nashville’s top business leaders to learn how to leverage your professional skills and make a difference in our community. Panelists include Angie Adams, CEO & President of PENCIL; Agenia Clark, CEO & President of Girl […]

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Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Looking for Development Director for Nashville Office

The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, the world’s leader in the search for a cure for cystic fibrosis, and one of the most innovative and successful organizations of its kind, is seeking a Development Director for the Nashville chapter office. In this position, you’ll develop fundraising plans and budgets; launch new events, campaigns, initiative and/or programs; engage […]

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How Is Collective Impact A Collaborative Approach to Creating Change? Find Out on 8/28 at YLC Impact Lunch

Come hear why “collective impact” has become such an important strategy for any organization trying to solve complex problems in our community, including nonprofits, businesses, government, and philanthropy at the 2019 YLC Impact Luncheon presented by PNC Bank. “Collective Impact: A Collaborative Approach to Creating Change” takes place on Wednesday, August 28 from 11:30am – […]

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YLC Shows Its Appreciation For 32 Local Nonprofits and 7 Corporate Sponsors on 8/1/19

YLC hosted its annual appreciation luncheon on 8/1/19 for close to 70 nonprofit leaders and corporate sponsors at Belmont University’s Frist Lecture Hall. Sponsored by long-time supporter Bank of America, the luncheon served as an opportunity to thank those organizations that have had YLC class graduates serve one-year terms on their boards as interns and […]

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YLC/Williamson Chamber Class 2019 Participant, Angela Courtney, Featured in NBJ’s 40 Under 40

Angela Courtney will be starting her nonprofit board leadership training in the YLC/Williamson Chamber Class 2019 this September so we were excited to see her being featured in this week’s “40 Under 40” in the Nashville Business Journal. She is senior director of strategy and performance for Ankura Consulting Group and earned an economics and […]

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Humanities Tennessee Looking for Board Members, Including CPA

Incorporated in 1973, Humanities Tennessee’s programs and grants respond to a need for dialogue, civility, an understanding of history, and a love of lifelong learning among Tennesseans. It reaches an estimated 500,000 Tennesseans per year through its annual Southern Festival of Books, Young Writers’ Workshops, Student Reader Days, the Letters About Literature contest and more. […]

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2019 YLC Impact Luncheon Presented by PNC Bank on August 28

Learn all about “Collective Impact: A Collaborative Approach to Creating Change” at the 2019 Young Leaders Council Impact Luncheon presented by PNC Bank on Wednesday, August 28 from 11:30am – 1:00pm at United Way of Metropolitan Nashville, 250 Venture Circle. Panelists include Samantha Wigand, chief of staff for Center for Nonprofit Management; Corinne C. Bergeron […]

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