An interview by JLN Vice President of Community Kara Apel October 2021 As we celebrate 100 years of the Junior League of Nashville’s legacy, we also believe it’s important to highlight the local leaders who are making significant impacts in our focus areas of literacy and human trafficking. This year, as part of our… Read More
Our annual report highlights the League’s community impact, members and programs. Read the 2020-2021 Report to the Community here.
Click here to read the 2021 League Link with highlights of the 99th year.
An interview by JLN Vice President of Community Kara Apel September 2021 As we celebrate 100 years of the Junior League of Nashville’s legacy, we also believe it’s important to highlight the local leaders who are making significant impacts in our focus areas of literacy and human trafficking. This year, as part of our… Read More
Active Transfer Members Maria Baker Melanie Barksdale Tiffanie Brown Carleigh Cadieux Katharine Clark Gianni Cortese Anna Davis Rebecca Ferm Kelsie Hankins Nia Hildreth Nicole Hissong Claire Hitchins Caroline Howard Lauren Kinney Allison Kiser Jessica Kruger Lindsey Landrum Gavrielle Ledford Lauren Lee Amanda Lindemann Jennifer Lopez-Fortner Jamie McAdams Melissa McCall Annie McKibben Margertha McLean Jacqueline McShane… Read More
Done In A Day is working to collect food items for shelters around Nashville. Please see the list below and each shelter’s needs. If you would like to donate, please put items in a bag labeled the correct shelter the food is meant for. You can drop at: 2230A Carter Ave (it’s the white home… Read More
The Board of Directors welcomes nominees for the 2019 Paragon Awards presented by the Junior League of Nashville. These awards are our League’s highest honors, bestowed annually to an Active JLN member, a Sustaining JLN member, and a member of the Nashville community who exemplify the characteristics listed below. Please review the following descriptions of… Read More
The 2019-2020 slate presented by the Nominating Committee passed by the vote held at the November General Membership Meetings.
Donations from our Human Trafficking Awareness Month Drive in January were delivered to End Slavery Tennessee by the Public Awareness and Direct Services Committees. The committees also involved in collecting donations were You have the Power and Oasis Center. Thank you to everyone who made a donation!
The JLN Book Drive Committee has partnered with Usborne Books to purchase brand new books for five of our literacy partner agencies: McNeilly Center, Safe Haven, Book ’em, Preston Taylor Ministries, and Youth Villages.