NashvilleBusiness.Net 100 Leading Women 2018: Thallen Brassel

Click Here To Listen Nashville Business 100 Leading Women Thallen Brassel Thallen Brassel is an advertising and media attorney, with a knack for networking and connecting people. She began her career at a Wall Street law firm before moving home to Tennessee in 2012. Thallen is also the founder and CEO of Lady Lunch Club, Inc., a company that helps professional women gain access to successful leaders over lunch at Nashville’s hottest restaurants. Thallen was inspired to create Lady Lunch Club when she realized that her network lacked influential leaders at both a local and national level. In an attempt to remedy the situation, she began to reach out to those she admired. Although Thallen [...]

NashvilleBusiness.Net 100 Leading Women 2018: Tari Hughes

Click Here To Listen Nashville Business 100 Leading Women Tari Hughes Tari Hughes, President and CEO at the Center for Nonprofit Management You could say the nonprofit sector had Tari at “hello.” Tari has dedicated her career to the sector, and is now thrilled to serve as the fourth President and CEO of the Center for Nonprofit Management. Tari spent time in the arts world as vice president of development for the Tennessee Performing Arts Center, and previously worked at Vanderbilt University in several alumni and development capacities. Before joining CNM’s team, Tari most recently served as President of the Nashville Public Library Foundation for 12 years, where she raised more than $41 million, developed [...]

WilliamsonBusiness.Net 100 Leading Women 2018: Olivia Bane

Click Here To Listen Williamson Business 100 Leading Women Olivia Bane Growing up as a Nashville native, Olivia Bane has planted her feet right here in Williamson County to make a difference in the community. She accepted a position with Taziki’s after graduating from David Lipscomb High School. Olivia has been with Taziki’s Mediterranean Cafe of Nashville for the past four year and has been with parent company, Fresh Hospitality, since sixteen years old. She currently serves on Williamson Inc.’s Young Professionals Leadership team and is involved with both, Bridges Domestic Violence and Gigi’s Playhouse Down Syndrome Achievement Center. What she enjoys most about her role at Taziki’s is the deep roots they have in [...]

Andrew Santella, Author Of Soon: An Overdue History Of Procrastination, From Leonardo And Darwin To You And Me Chats On DrAlvin.Com

Click Here To Listen AndrewSantella A fun and erudite celebration of procrastination An entertaining, fact-filled defense of the nearly universal tendency to procrastinate, drawing on the stories of history’s greatest delayers, and on the work of psychologists, philosophers, and behavioral economists to explain why we put off what we’re supposed to be doing and why we shouldn’t feel so bad about it. Like so many of us, including most of America’s workforce, and nearly two-thirds of all university students, Andrew Santella procrastinates. Concerned about his habit, but not quite ready to give it up, he set out to learn all he could about the human tendency to delay. He studied history’s greatest procrastinators to gain [...]

Hector MacDonald, Author Of Truth: How the Many Sides to Every Story Shape Our Reality

Click Here To Listen Hector MacDonald "In a time when truth is under assault, Hector Macdonald is here to defend it. He offers clear-eyed, compelling guidelines for becoming a more accurate consumer and producer of information."--Adam Grant, author of Give and Take, Originals, and Option B with Sheryl Sandberg For fans of Nudge, Sway, and The Art of Thinking Clearly, a fascinating dive into the many ways in which "competing truths" shape our opinions, behaviors, and beliefs. True or false? It's rarely that simple. There is more than one truth about most things. The Internet disseminates knowledge but it also spreads hatred. Eating meat is nutritious but it's also damaging to the environment. When we [...]

Steps Ahead Mobile Is The Official “Land Jet” Of Leading Women In Music City 2018

During the Reception & Southern Soul Concert for The Leading Women on Sunday March 18th at 3pm and 6pm at The Little Brick Theater at The Factory Of Franklin, Stacey Mitchhart will be using this first class office. To get tickets to this premiere Women Month Event call 615-716-2139. To experience the "Land Jet" call 615-961-2735 and ask for Carlos or Shenita Baker or visit Tell them DrAlvin.Com sent you. Photos courtesy of The Tennessean.

WilliamsonBusiness.Net 100 Leading Women 2018: Dottie Northam

Click Here To Listen Williamson Business 100 Leading Women Dottie Northam Dottie Northam is a native Tennessean. She grew up in the suburbs surrounding Memphis. In 1973, Dottie, fresh out of High School, married Doug Northam and started her career in the Memphis office of Bankers Life of Des Moines, IA (now known as Principal Financial Group). While working on her career and starting a family, she attended The University of Memphis, taking business related courses. In 1985, she became the first outside Service Representative nationwide for Principal, and helped the company establish protocol for servicing Employer Sponsored Retirement Plans. Dottie’s life was changed for the better when in 1999 she was asked to move [...]

WilliamsonBusiness.Net 100 Leading Women 2018: Lisa White

Click Here To Listen Williamson Business 100 Leading Women Lisa White Lisa White, a native of Memphis, Tennessee, hails from a family of ministers and psalmists. Having overcome the pain of her past, which resulted from unwise decisions, choices and emotional abuse, Lisa has discovered the freedom to live victoriously, while applying God’s word to her life. She speaks openly and practically about her experiences so that others can apply what she has learned to their lives. With passion, she declares, “Real people heal people!” Her resilience is definitely displayed through her first book, A Messenger from God Delivered by God, and she is currently writing her second book. Ms. White is also a member [...]

WilliamsonBusiness.Com 100 Leading Women 2018: Chief Deborah Faulkner

While Chief Faulkner has been a member of the Franklin Police Department for over three years, she has a vast law enforcement career. Deb was a member of the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department and came up through the ranks. She was one of the first female officers to work in the Patrol Division--she was assigned to the East Patrol Station. During her tenure at the MNPD she went up the chain of command ultimately becoming the first female Deputy Chief of Police. Next, she went to work for the State of Tennessee as the first Inspector General of the Office of Inspector General. The mission of the OIG is to identify, investigate, and prosecute individuals [...]