Ginger is a business owner who specializes in developing leaders to gain a competitive advantage and deliver sustainable business results. Ginger joined Impact 100-Nashville in 2017 with a belief in the strength of empowered women coming together to transform their community by pooling resources, developing partnerships, and investing in the future of Nashville.
Susan and her family relocated to the Nashville area from their hometown of Cincinnati in 2003. She retired from Ingram Marine Group in 2015 after a more than 40-year career in information technology. Impact100-Nashville provides Susan the perfect opportunity to both give back and pay forward as part of a group of good women collectively accomplishing great things for our community.
Tina is originally from St. George, Utah and has been a Tennessee resident since 2010. Tina works as an Accounts Receivable Manager in the Revenue Cycle department at a local health care company. She got involved with Impact100 Nashville through a friend. She is excited to be part of a growing organization that both inspires and empowers women who want to make a significant difference in their community. She is inspired by being involved in a group effort that makes an impact on the Nashville non-profit community.
Joanne is an attorney, community activist and philanthropist in Nashville, and is passionate about making Tennessee a welcoming and inclusive place to live. Besides practicing law, she has worked at social service agencies, owned a social enterprise and been an active volunteer on political campaigns and in numerous community projects.
Angela is an investment attorney with extensive experience representing institutional investors. New to Nashville, Angela was one of the founding Impact100 Nashville members in 2014. It’s egalitarian, one-person-one-vote foundation appealed to her. The model was scalable to tap the collective strength of the women of Nashville. As membership chair, she looks to grow the organization by seeking diverse representation and creating pathways for membership to support each other. As we make ourselves stronger, more connected and aware, Impact100 Nashville’s collective impact on middle Tennessee will grow.
Susan moved to Nashville in 2018 from her hometown of Chicago. She is a nurse, educator, and author who retired her position as president of Chamberlain University in August 2018. Susan joined Impact100-Nashville in February of 2018 to meet generous Nashville women, to learn more about her new city, and to contribute to the great work carried out by so many non-profit organizations in Nashville.
Janet is president and founder of Delta Blvd, a management consulting and executive coaching company she founded in 2007. Prior to starting Delta Blvd, Janet spent 27 years in the corporate world including roles as Chief Financial officer and VP of Operations. She also serves as a board member of OCLC, a global technology company and as adjunct professor at Vanderbilt University. Janet joined Impact100-Nashville in 2017.
Tiffany Coursey, a Nashville native, joined Impact100 Nashville in 2018, where she immediately became involved with the grants committee. She was drawn to Impact100 Nashville because of both the collective impact the group has on the community and because of the amazing women she had the opportunity to meet. Tiffany leads Human Resources for Holladay Properties, where she is passionate about cultivating a culture that enriches lives inside and outside of the organization.
Liz is a project management and marketing professional who has lived in Nashville for over 20 years. She joined Impact100 Nashville in 2016 and has greatly enjoyed being a part of such a dynamic group of philanthropic women. She is excited to watch the organization grow and to continue to learn about the work of so many incredible non-profits in Middle Tennessee.