Join us for an evening round table discussion with local female leaders sharing their life lessons and experiences and their thoughts on the future of women in professional leadership roles.
Young Professionals in Government (YPG) is excited to host our first fundraising event! The Kickball Tournament Fundraiser will be held on September 22, 2018 from 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. CST at Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Tennessee State Parks Conservancy and Nashville Metro Parks Foundation. Tournament teams will be comprised of state, federal, and metro government employees. Not on a team? Come out and engage with your community! We'll have games for all ages, community partners, local vendors, live DJ, food trucks, and more. You won't want to miss this!
To register as a sponsor, vendor, volunteer, or general attendee, use the link below to select "ticket" to and choose the appropriate ticket type. To register your team for the kickball tournament or field day games, use the link below to select "ticket" to the right and choose "team" to register a team. Sponsorship packages can also be found using the link below.
Questions? Contact: email@example.com
Please join us for a morning of canoeing along the Harpeth River! This will be a fun time to get to know your fellow YPG members* while soaking up the last bit of summer sun :) Feel free to bring your own snacks and beverages; coolers are allowed on the canoes (note: coolers must be able to fit in your lap for transportation purposes).
- Canoe rental: $40.00 per canoe - can fit up to 2 adults
- Bring your own canoe/kayak: $10 per canoe/kayak - covers transport fee
Plan to arrive at Tip-A-Canoe at 10:00 so we can get our canoes in the water by 10:30.
*This is a member-only event
YPG will have a table with organization and membership information.
Brunch at Bicentennial, a unique brunch experience at the Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park in the heart of downtown Nashville.
Guests will enjoy an assortment of brunch food + drinks (including a Mimosa bar, a Bloody Mary bar and our very own State Park Blonde Ale), music, a live auction with exclusive park items + experiences, special park guests (and free parking!)
Proceeds go to support the Tennessee State Parks Conservancy, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that works to make Tennessee State Parks even better by raising money for educational programs, health initiatives and special park projects that preserve, protect and enhance the 56 state parks across Tennessee.
Please join us on Tuesday, June 5 from 5:00-7:00 pm to celebrate Tennessee's 222nd birthday!! Light snacks will be served. Don't forget to get your raffle ticket at the door for some door prizes sponsored by Volunteer Traditions.
All are welcome - bring your friends!
This event is co-hosted by Davidson County Young Democrats, Nashville Young Republicans, and Young Professionals in Government.
*This is a 21 and up event
This meeting will serve as both a member meeting and professional development event with Nashville’s Former Mayor, Bill Purcell.
We are excited to introduce the following slate of candidates for membership consideration to serve on the board:
Chief Financial Officer – Laura Hardwicke
Director of Membership & Recruitment – Chris Fears
Director of Social Impact – Lindsey Vawter
Director of Marketing – Shonte Walton
Experience a Q&A Session with Mayor Purcell!
Mayor of Nashville from 1999 - 2007, after leaving office Bill Purcell served as the Founding Dean of the College of Public Service and Urban Affairs at Tennessee State University and then became the Director of the Institute of Politics at the Harvard Kennedy School and a Lecturer there. Since returning to Nashville he teaches the undergraduate course Cities in the 21st Century at Vanderbilt University where he is an Adjunct Professor of Public Policy. From 1986 to 1996 Purcell was a member of the Tennessee House of Representatives, serving as Majority Leader from 1990 until 1996. He is a partner in the law firm of Farmer Purcell White & Lassiter, PLLC in Nashville and serves as Chair of the Roundtable on Obesity Solutions at the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine in Washington, DC.
Join YPG to cheer on the Nashville Sounds Thursday, April 26th at 6:35 PM! The first 10 YPG members to RSVP will attend for FREE.
Once complimentary tickets have been distributed members will have the opportunity to purchase tickets at a discounted rate of $15. We have reserved 20 seats in the popular Power Alley section (4-top tables) in front of the Band Box Bar. After that is reached, the price will become $30 per ticket.
Event registration opens this Thursday, March 29 at 8:30 AM (we’ll send you the details then). Ticket sales will close for this event on Thursday, April 12th.
Note: This offer is only open to YPG members. Should you receive a free ticket and are no longer able to attend, you must let YPG know immediately so that your ticket may be given to someone else.
YP Nashville Connect will help you get plugged into Nashville’s expansive young professional community.
Registration (free) required: http://web.nashvillechamber.com/External/WCPages/WCEvents/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1935
Tom Ingram returned to The Ingram Group – the firm he founded in 1983 – after serving seven years as Chief of Staff to U.S. Senator Lamar Alexander and Staff Director of the Senate Republican Conference. While in the Senate, Ingram also founded the Senate Bipartisan Chiefs of Staff organization that survives to this day with more than 60 of the Senate’s 100 chiefs of staff participating on a regular basis. In March 2010, under Ingram’s leadership, The Ingram Group opened the Group's Washington office. Tom was a reporter for the Nashville Tennessean and the former Nashville Banner and has been at the epicenter of politics and government – in Tennessee and Washington – for more than three decades. In addition to being a part of all of Alexander’s campaigns and serving as Governor Alexander’s deputy and chief of staff, Ingram also oversaw winning political campaigns for Senator Fred Thompson, Governor Don Sundquist, Senator Bob Corker, and Governor Bill Haslam.