YLC Welcomes Fall 2022 Cohorts

Young Leaders Council is thrilled to welcome 79 diverse professionals for the fall 2022 training program. This dynamic group of individuals represent a broad range of business, nonprofit, education, and philanthropic organizations. This semester, training is facilitated through the Nashville Class 79 and Williamson County cohorts. For a total of 11 weeks, participants will convene weekly to expand their knowledge of topics such as nonprofit financials, legal responsibilities of a board, and effective meetings and communications to name a few.

YLC’s fall training began on September 7 with an Opening Session sponsored by Tractor Supply Company and hosted at the company’s beautiful Brentwood, Tennessee location. Derek Young, President and CEO of Young Motivation Group provided a keynote address to inspire and motivate the fall participants as they begin this important journey and develop the skills and knowledge to become successful nonprofit board leaders. 

Williamson Class 2022 | Photos by Roland’s Photography

YLC is grateful for the generous contribution from Tractor Supply Company and for the support from our Annual Presenting Sponsors, Asurion and AmazonTo view a full listing of the 2022 fall participants, please click on links to the respective cohorts below:

 Applications for the spring 2023 program will open on October 15 and will close on February 1. Early application is encouraged. For more information on the YLC program, please visit our website.

Kim James & friends at Tractor Supply | Photos by Roland’s Photography
Derek Young | Photos by Roland’s Photography
Reclaiming Lives After Dark

Reclaiming Lives After Dark

Reclaiming Lives After Dark

February 4, 2020 | Montgomery Bell Academy | 7PM, Doors at 6:30PM

Get your ticket for a night with internationally renowned speaker, Ben Nemtin, #1 New York Times bestselling author of What Do You Want To Do Before You Die.

Centerstone is hosting an immersive event to help you discover the things you want to do before you die, and Ben will share his own inspiring story of checking things off his bucket list, leading him to help many others do the same thing.

Don’t miss out on this inspiring evening with Ben. As a result of experiencing the pit of depression, Ben Nemtin, along with three best friends put together a grand bucket list to experience life at a whole new level. They road-tripped across the US to accomplish their goals and check off their bucket list. The best part? Each time they checked a bucket list item, they helped a stranger cross something off their bucket list too. The list includes playing basketball with President Obama, streaking a soccer field, raising over $400,000 for charity to placing a record-breaking $250,000 bet on roulette, and more. Ben’s bucket list story has impacted millions.

Tickets here  | Use code: Centerstone for $5 off ticket purchase!