Welcome to YLC/Junior League of Nashville Class 2018, which met for its opening session at the YWCA Nashville & Middle Tennessee on March 13th with the largest JLN class to date with 31 participants.
The Kind Way, founded by Nashville residents Rebekah Rinehart and Sarah Gail Nelson, seeks to spread kindness throughout the country, one mural at a time.
The Junior League of Nashville magazine, League Link, is published periodically and features updates on our community programs, training and membership initiatives, fundraisers, leadership team, and more. Read the Fall 2017 issue of League Link, published as a PDF.
The Nominating Committee is pleased to announce that Nahed Artoul Zehr has been slated to serve as President-Elect-Elect of the Junior League of Nashville.
From the Junior League of Houston: As an organization committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers, the League continues to assess how its volunteers and resources may be used in the days following the remnants of Harvey and how its community agencies… Read More
All Booked Up held their Kickoff Meeting on August 16th. The Co-Chairs, Janie Berry and Jen Lankford hosted a lovely and informative meeting complete with delicious decorative cookies to start planning for All Booked Up which will take place in Winter/Spring 2018.
This past July 26th – 28th, JLN hosted 24 senior staff members from POLL leagues around the country. These staff members get together annually to network on best practices, receive one-on-one training from Digital Cheetah, and hear from speakers at the host league on topics of interest.
Throughout the upcoming weeks our 2017-2018 JLN Leadership will be visiting our partner agencies. Read below for more information on their visits and stay tuned for more updates!
JLN President Krystal Clark was at Vanderbilt Tuesday, June 27th, to present a check for $500,000 to Dr. Meg Rush, Chief of Staff and Executive Medical Director, for Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt and Kathryn Carell Brown, Chair of the Growing to New Heights Campaign.
The Junior League of Nashville celebrated the 95th Anniversary at the Gala Patron Party.