YLC is excited to announce the graduates of YLC/Junior League Class 2019! In the 15th year of a successful partnership between YLC and Junior League of Nashville, this year’s class of 30 participants met weekly starting March 5 for training sessions to learn crucial skills needed for today’s nonprofit leadership roles. Congratulations and good luck to the following graduates with their one-year board internships and future volunteer leadership opportunities: Brittany Adams (Dollar General Corporation); Taryn Anderson (TKA Consulting, LLC); Carmen April-Washington, DPM (The Foot and Ankle Healthcare Center); Lauren Braun (RBC Wealth Management); Angela Ciklin, MD (Obstetrician-Gynecologist); Renee Dias (Vanderbilt University Medical Center); Catherine Grace (community volunteer); Ellie Grove (Community Brands); Keiana Hastings (Ramsey Solutions); Niki Heller, CPA (Video Gaming Technologies, Inc.—An Aristocrat Company); Meagan Howard (Vanderbilt University Medical Center); Tanisha Kizer (First South Financial Credit Union); Megan Koontz (National Multiple Sclerosis Society); Rachel Lemons (ONE Tennessee); Elaine Naughton (Bass, Berry & Sims PLC); Melissa Poole (HORNE LLP); Brianna Powell (Bass, Berry & Sims); Katherine Redding (Office of Tennessee Attorney General); Lindsey Sexton (Second Circuit Court, Davidson County); Jessie Slate, CPA (PwC); Kimberly Speciale (HCA Healthcare); Morgan Stewart (Digital Reasoning); Samantha Kerwin Tate (The Scheduling Institute); Rachel Thomasson (Junior League of Nashville); Melanie Tomlyn (Cherokee Equity Corporation); Ericha Turner (The Daniel Group); Brooke Walker (Vanderbilt University Medical Center); Margaret Claire Walker (BKD); Tanya Washington (University of Tennessee Institute for Public Service); and Megan Williams (Cordell and Cordell).

See the photos from the opening session at JLN HQ on 3/5/19 here.