Young Leaders Council Hosts Impact Luncheon: Nashville Eats on June 13
NASHVILLE, Tennessee, May 21, 2018—Find out what Nashville’s booming restaurant scene looks like from an insider’s perspective featuring some of Nashville’s hottest chefs and entrepreneurs at the YLC Impact Luncheon: Nashville Eats on Wednesday, June 13, from 11:30am – 1:00pm at W.O. Smith Music School, 1125 8th Avenue South. The cost to attend is $20 per person, which includes lunch. Reservations are requested online at youngleaderscouncil.org/events by June 10.
During the one-hour panel moderated by Nashville Scene Bites columnist Chris Chamberlain, find out what gives Nashville the “secret sauce” to launch and maintain such a rich restaurant landscape, what challenges restaurants are facing, what trends are coming, and what this group finds most rewarding. Panelists include Vivek Deora, CEO of Morph Hospitality (Chauhan Ale House, Tansuo and The Mockingbird), Chef Crystal De Luna-Bogan of Grilled Cheeserie, Chef Andy Little of Josephine and Chef Deb Paquette of Etch and etc.
Since 1985, Young Leaders Council has been the premier organization for training nonprofit board members in the Middle Tennessee area and was created by the Council of Community Services, the HCA Foundation and the United Way to address the need to broaden and strengthen the volunteer leadership base by training diverse and committed individuals to effectively participate on the boards of nonprofit organizations. More than 150 graduates enter the nonprofit community each year from five YLC classes, including two in Davidson County and three in partnership with the Junior League of Nashville, Williamson, Inc. (Chamber) and Massey Graduate School of Business at Belmont University. For more information about Young Leaders Council, contact Diane Hayes at (615) 386-0060 or visit www.youngleaderscouncil.org.