Nashville Cable is proud to present our upcoming June program – the Cable Awards honoring Cable members doing the work of our mission.
Cable presents a world of opportunities to Advocate, Educate, Connect and Celebrate the Achievements and Potential of women. The Cable Calendar connects you to details for each occasion.
Each month, Cable holds a membership luncheon featuring distinguished speakers addressing topics relevant to our members. Past speakers have ranged from Wynonna to the first woman board member for Bank of America, the founder of the show Nashville, and the Governor of Tennessee. The Luncheons feature a structured introductory time at each table for networking. Included in the Luncheon Series is the Power of Inclusion program—a stellar event, which includes a guest speaker, recognizes outstanding organizations and one individual who embraces diversity and inclusiveness in their various activities.
Cable is committed to providing opportunities for its members to gather for the purpose of learning and networking to benefit their professional and personal lives. Cable offers topic-specific workshops, small group events, and social gatherings that engage and educate our members.
Cable presents four Power Connect Events focused on topics of interest to our membership each year. Small group or “Local Connects” meet the other 8 months so members can get together and further explore the topics.
Cable continues to advocate for women to advance in their careers and to serve in high-level capacities in our community. One of the programs—Women on Corporate Boards— provides training for women to develop top-level skills needed to serve on corporate boards. Cable also holds an annual Board Walk of Fame breakfast to recognize those companies as champions of women leaders. Another program is our Leadership Academy Program which
Advocacy extends into the greater community through such programs as ATHENA. Athena’s spirit lives through the individuals who use their vision and persistence to excel while reaching out and opening the way for others. Women from across Nashville and Middle Tennessee will be nominated this year for special recognition as the embodiment of Athena’s spirit.