What do Julia Bonner (Class 65), Tonya Copeland (Class 49), Donna Drehmann (Class 44), Dr. Trish Holliday SPHR,SHRMSCP,IPMASCP (Class 26), Charlane Oliver, MPA (Class 59), Yanika Smith-Bartley (Class 43), Maggie Spalding (Class 50), Kelly Knight Hodges (Class 40), Genma Holmes (Class 40), Patty Kelley St. Clair (Class 33), Rebecca Leslie (Class 53), Tameka Winston (Class 65) and Rachel Layton (YLC/Williamson County Class 2016) have in common? They’re all YLC alumnae who were Nashville Business Journal‘s Women of Influence winners from the past three years, in addition to YLC executive director Lisa Shacklett, who was honored in 2014. Nominations for the 2020 Women of Influence Awards are now open. NBJ is looking for the top executives, trailblazers and inspirational leaders who are forging new paths for the next generation of women in Nashville. Self-nominations are welcome. Winners will be honored at a celebration luncheon and featured in a special print publication and on NBJ’s website next spring. Celebrate the achievements of Middle Tennessee’s leading women in business and the community by nominating a deserving woman (especially a YLC alumna!) by Nov. 10.