The Phoenix Club of Nashville's held its annual Leadership Dinner on April 18, 2019 at Hillwood Country Club. Our speakers for this year's Leadership Dinner were Senator Bill Frist and Joe Scarlett.
Nashville's most exceptional tacos at the 2019 Taste of Nashville® hosted by Phoenix Club of Nashville. As seen in the Nashville Post, "Taste of Nashville, the area's longest-running food festival," has raised more than $500,000 for local, youth-focused charities. To learn more please visit TasteofNashville.com.
The W.O. Smith Junior Advisory Board & The Phoenix Club of Nashville partner together and host a New Year's Eve Celebration to raise awareness and donations to the W.O. Smith Music School. We look forward to another excellent event ringing in the 2020 new year. More to come on this year's event.
Education Panel Discussion
On March 13, 2018 the Phoenix Club of Nashville and Bass Berry & Sims hosted a Panel Discussion focused on Education in Middle Tennessee. The Panelists at the event included the Former Superintendent of Tennessee’s Achievement School District Malika Anderson, Assistant Professor & Interim Chair of the Education Department at Belmont University Dr. Alan Coverstone, and Director of University School of Nashville Dr. Vince Durnan. The discussion was moderated by Phoenix Club Board Member Shaka Mitchell.
Affordable Housing Panel Discussion
On May 1, 2018 the Phoenix Club of Nashville and the Nashville City Club hosted a Panel Discussion Focused on Affordable Housing in Nashville. The Panelists at the event included the Founder & Chairman of Clearbrook Holdings Mike Shmerling, Founder of Giarratana Development Tony Giarratana, SVP of Pathway Lending Hank Helton, and Partner at Farmer Purcell White & Lassiter & former Mayor of Nashville Bill Purcell. The panel was moderated by Phoenix Club Board Member Shaka Mitchell.
Adverse Childhood Experiences Discussion
On September 19th, 2018 The Phoenix Club of Nashville and Baker Donelson hosted a panel discussion on the topic of adverse childhood experiences with a specific focus on their relevance in the workplace. The discussion was moderated by Richard Kennedy, executive director of the Tennessee Commission on Children & Youth and featured panelists Judge Sheila Calloway of the Juvenile Court of Metro Nashville & Davidson County, Brad Palmertree of The Family Center and Dr. Seth Scholer of Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Read more