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All About Money - Sept 22, 2018 lunch and learn

All About Money – Sept 22, 2018 lunch and learn

Saturday, September 22, 2018

10:45 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. – Registration begins at 10:15 a.m.                           

MNPD Midtown Hills Precinct, 1441 12th Avenue South, Nashville, TN 37203

Featuring:

Courtney Hale of Knowledge Bank who will coverAdult topic: Do what YOU want with YOUR money: Setting financial goals which result in experiences and not more tasks.

Kid topic: We’ll put the left and right brain to work with a crafts project to design “piggie” banks for the 3 primary functions of money: spending, saving and sharing.

and

Fashion Blogger Porsche Pope of Polished Pope Designs will be sharing fashion tips on a budget specifically focusing […] Read More

All About Relationships - June 23, 2018 lunch & learn event

All About Relationships – June 23, 2018 lunch & learn event

Saturday, June 23, 2018

10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. – registration begins at 10:15 a.m.                           

MNPD Midtown Hills Precinct (1441 12th Avenue South, Nashville, TN 37203)

Featuring:

Michelle Foote-Pearce, Director of Mindfulness Programs and Outreach at the Osher Center for Integrative Medicine at Vanderbilt
Victoria Villicana, Middle TN Healthy Families Supervisor at Prevent Child Abuse Tennessee
Ingrid Cockhren, founder and co-owner of LeMai Daisy, LLC.

This FREE event is open to the public. All registered participants will receive FREE lunch. Activities will be available for children.

Space is limited. Reserve your seat today by calling or texting 615-669-7419, emailing us at president@allaboutomen.org, or registering […] Read More

Thank you for supporting our annual Celebration of Women, April 12, 2018

This year, we are proud to honor and celebrate two of our past presidents, Liz Allen Fey (2007-09) and Susan Short Jones (2010-11)!

Liz Allen is CEO of Strategy and Leadership, LLC, where she has helped hundreds of companies and organizations implement strategic plans and coached hundreds of leaders to become stronger. She serves on the advisory boards of First Tennessee Bank and the Middle Tennessee Workforce Investment Board, was appointed chair of the Nashville Homelessness Commission, and is an advisor with FLO {thinkery}. She is a founder of Nashville Emerging Leaders and received the inaugural Sage Award of the Nashville […] Read More

We had so much fun learning about exercise and healthy eating!

 

Stay tuned for the next event….

Our events are FREE event is open to the public. All participants will receive free lunch. Activities for children will be available.

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Thank you to all of our friends and supporters for a fantastic 2017!

Thank you to all of our friends and supporters for a fantastic 2017!

We are excited to announce our luncheon dates for 2018. Please visit this page again in late Feb. for a list of topics to be covered at our lunch & learns:

March 24
June 23
September 22

All to be held at the Midtown Precinct on 12th.

Registration at 10:00
Program Start time 10:30
Lunch to be provided

Details coming soon… […] Read More

NO MORE SEATS for Healthy Relationships - Panel of Experts

NO MORE SEATS for Healthy Relationships – Panel of Experts

REGISTRATION CLOSED – NO MORE SEATS!

R.E.S.P.E.C.T! Empowering Women for Healthy Relationships

Sat., Nov. 4, 2017, 11:45 a.m. registration, 12:00 p.m. panel to start promptly

 

NEW LOCATION – Edgehill United Methodist Church

1502 Edgehill Avenue, Nashville, TN 37212

 

Speakers:

Tracy DeTomasi, YWCA of Nashville
Ana Escobar, Office of the District Attorney, Nashville
Lani Ramos, Domestic Violence Division, Metro Nashville Police Department

Prizes for first 5 women to check in. Special gift for women who have attended all 3 All About Women lunch-and-learns this year. Registered adult participants will receive FREE lunch. Space is limited. Reserve your […] Read More

Photos from our panel on getting the job you want

Photos from our panel on getting the job you want

Thank you to our panelists from:
• Goodwill Career Solutions, Middle Tennessee
• YWCA Dress for Success
• Tennessee Reconnect
• Nashville Public Library, Edgehill Branch
• Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development

And to Mary Kay Cosmetics for the tips on how to look professional in minutes

Saturday, September 9th
MNPD Midtown Hills Precinct

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5 Reasons to Reevaluate Your Health Plan During Open Enrollment

5 Reasons to Reevaluate Your Health Plan During Open Enrollment

Ensuring you have the best, most affordable health insurance

We love the holidays. In between sipping hot chocolate and holiday shopping, we highly

recommend you reevaluate your health plan. Just like updating your wardrobe or getting your oil changed, your health plan needs to be examined once a year.

Why? Let’s look at five reasons.

 1. You might save money.

One of the reasons it’s vital to reevaluate your health plan every year is because you might save money.

The first reason you might save money is insurance carriers come out with new products and options all the time. There might be a better plan tailored to […] Read More

The 4-Letter Word That Could Change Your Life This Holiday Season and Beyond

The 4-Letter Word That Could Change Your Life This Holiday Season and Beyond

This time of year we all know that Santa is making a list and checking it twice.  Little does he know that this strategy he uses to pull off his 24-hour gift delivery without a hitch year after year is actually one that could help him ward off additional weight gain from the thousands of plates of cookies left behind by well-intentioned children.  How so?  Well, the key is wrapped up in a little 4-letter word known as plan.

Sure, we have all heard the advice around the holiday season to fill our appetizer plate at parties with mostly fruits and […] Read More

Type 1 Diabetes: A Life Changing but Manageable Disease

Type 1 Diabetes: A Life Changing but Manageable Disease

By Melissa Cross

In January of 2009 I thought I was doing well – in my job, in life and in my health.  I was slim and active and, except for some things that could be attributed to being in my early 50s, I felt good.  I heard about All About Women’s Health Fair at the Nashville Convention Center and thought I’d go to take advantage of the free osteoporosis screening, as my cousin had recently been diagnosed with it.

When I got there, the line for screenings was for all the different tests, so I went ahead and got them all […] Read More