Mix It Up Aug.23 @ Diskin Cider

Join us on Thursday, Aug.23 from 4:30pm – 6:30pm for IABC Nashville’s Networking Mixer! The mixer will be a fun evening of networking, food, and  drinks with fellow communications professionals and industry leaders from the middle Tennessee and southern Kentucky areas.

We’ll meet at Diskin Cider, located at 1235 Martin Street in the booming Wedgewood-Houston Nashville neighborhood!

Enjoy the first drink on us, light appetizers, authentic conversation, and great networking! Get to know new members and strengthen your network the right way. Be seen – and see who else is in the room! 

Members are FREE and non-members are $10 to attend! 

Prepay only. Registration will not be taken at the door.

 

IABC is the only place to connect with Communicators globally!

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Wednesday August 15th – Your Next Story

Identifying Signature Strengths To Support The Career You Truly Desire

Do you ever feel stress at the intersection where “life meets work,” having to choose one or the other? This session will help you effortlessly merge WHO YOU ARE with the WORK ROLE that needs YOUR UNIQUE GIFTS. Come find out how to identify and bring your Signature Strengths to work. Create a map and a plan for happiness and excellence, doing work that plays to your “genius” and unique gifts. 

Learn how to use the plan to 1) find more energy, meaning and purpose at work, 2) grow your influence that leads to your next desired role and 3) become truly re-engaged in your own career growth.

Hear from two successful senior leaders who have done just that. Page Boyd and Traci Clayton provide coaching and advising servies to leaders and top-performing global organizations. Learn from them what other engaged leaders already have… that the ticket to individual happiness and organization success is alignment with the real you. Leave the session re-energized to make a difference – for yourself and your workplace.

Traci Clayton, PhD is a trusted leadership advisor and executive consultant in Nashville, TN.  She’sdone  extensive work at the CEO, Board, and Executive Team level with global leaders in multiple industries, including the Fortune 500.  Traci is known for her deep insights about individuals and organizations, bringing together multiple perspectives to solve some of the toughest leadership, career, culture and business challenges.  As an author, speaker and business owner, she uses her expertise to support organizations most passionate about meaningful change and growth.  Her work includes Strategic Leadership Development, Executive Team Development, Executive Coaching, Organizational Culture Change, Leadership for the Top 100  and Leadership Transformation.  More about Traci at www.DrTraciClayton.com. 

 

Paige Boyd is a trusted coach, consultant and speaker in the Nashville business community.  Known for her authenticity and business acumen, she has collaborated and consulted with executives, leadership teams and professional organizations across multiple industries.  Her corporate & non-profit life includes a 10-year sales and consulting career before moving to Senior HR roles at the invitation of clients who valued her insight and capability.  After 13 years in Senior Leadership of Corporate HR at Asurion and Nissan, she coaches and consults with organizations and individuals focused on growing their networks, careers and business.

 

 

 

Click on the link below to register or RSVP.

 

Join us at IABC Nashville’s Wednesday August 15th Professional Development Luncheon at Maggiano’s Little Italy.  

Join our members, and other Mid-South communications and marketing professionals. Be seen — and see who else is in the room.IABC is the only place to connectwith communicators globally.IABC Nashville is your passport!

New to the area or IABC Nashville? Let us know when you register, and we’ll make sure to connect you with others working in the Communications, Advertising, PR and Marketing fields.

$30 for members and just for $40 for non-members. Prepay only. Registration will not be taken at the door.
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June 21st – IABC Nashville Mixer

Join us on June 21st from 5-7pm for IABC Nashville’s mixer! The mixer will be a fun evening of networking, food and drinks with fellow communications professionals and industry leaders. 

Our June mixer will be held at The Pub downtown Nashville. We’ll be bringing together middle Tennessee and southern Kentucky’s finest communications professionals! We’ll meet from 5-7pm for food, libations, authentic conversation, and great networking!

Get to know new members and strengthen your network the right way. Members are FREE and non-members are just $10 to attend!

 The Pub is located at 400 11th Ave S, Nashville, TN 37203
  

 

Join us at IABC Nashville’s June Mixer at The Pub downtown Nashville. 

New to the area or IABC Nashville? Let us know when you register, and we’ll make sure to connect you with others working in the Communications, Advertising, PR and Marketing fields.

FREE for members and just for $5 non-members. Prepay only. Registration will not be taken at the door.

The Pub
400 11th Ave S., Nashville TN 37203

 

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Julie Davis Presented Chapter’s Highest Honor

Julie Davis, APR

Julie K. Davis APR, Vice President of Communications, Brookdale Senior Living Inc., has been awarded IABC Nashville’s Fellow Award, the highest honor the organization confers upon its members on the international and chapter levels. It is awarded to communications professionals for exceptional leadership and service to IABC, in our case to the IABC Nashville Chapter.

While this is not an annual award, the Chapter was compelled to present this year to a fellow communicator who exemplifies the highest standards of the profession. The honoree has had a long-term positive impact on organizations, professions and the community through her professional and personal contributions and achievements.

Her work has won recognition by several awards programs including IABC Gold Pen Awards, PRSA Parthenon Awards, Social Responsibility Awards from Women Executives in Public Relations, not to mention, by significant advancement of her career and those she has counseled and mentored.

She is a 22-year committed and active member of IABC and IABC Nashville Chapter. Julie has served several years on the Chapter board, including as VP of Programs, VP of Finance, and as Chapter President. And, she has been recognized by previous boards with a Chapter President’s and Fellow Award. 

Julie is always there to pitch in and help the chapter, the profession, and any and all of those, who like her, is committed to help drive communication as a force for good in business and society.

 

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IABC Nashville Presents President’s Award to Lysa Rigo and Sarah Loeffler

NASHVILLE – (Feb. 27, 2018)  – The International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) Nashville Chapter presented the President’s Award to board members Lysa Rigo and Sarah Loeffler during its Feb. 20 professional development luncheon. 2017 IABC president Tom Kenley presented the award, which recognizes exceptional contributions by chapter members, to Lysa and Sarah for showing extraordinary commitment to the chapter’s growth and wellbeing in 2017.

 

On the heels of winning an IABC Gold Quill Award for her work at Ingram Barge, Lysa Rigo, vice president of finance for IABC Nashville, successfully reorganized the chapter’s financial affairs and has shared her expertise with chapter members and university students alike. “Lysa is always one of the first to volunteer to help with special chapter projects,” said Tom Kenley. “We couldn’t have done it without her last year.”

Sarah Loeffler, vice president of membership for IABC Nashville, continually reaches out to potential members through mixers and one-on-one networking. “Sarah consistently offers assistance with special projects,” said Kenley. “Fortunately, her commitment has continued as her chapter responsibilities have grown, and we are excited to learn that she has agreed to continue her contribution to the chapter by becoming the chapter’s president-elect this year.”

IABC Nashville is one of more than 100 chapters in 70 countries providing learning opportunities for its members and professional development sessions that offer new insights into the latest communication trends, technology and issues facing the industry. The chapter is diverse, with members representing area agencies, broadcast stations, corporations, universities and nonprofit organizations. IABC Nashville also offers ties to job bank services and the annual Music City Gold Pen Awards program.

IABC is the only place to connect with communicators globally.

Connect here. Go anywhere!

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