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President's Blog: Spread Your Wings and Fly

The lessons we teach, passed from one generation to another, perpetuate traditions of discrimination. Women hold an equal place to men in terms of population; women comprise roughly 50% of the population around the world and in the workplace. Yet, women have an unequal place around the world and in the workplace when it comes to education, healthcare, professional opportunities and their place in societies...

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  • CABLE is Tennessee’s largest and most established network of diverse professionals committed to connecting women and opportunity.
  • CABLE fosters relationships and learning that enable its members to grow their businesses, serve their communities, and develop their unique talents and strengths.
  • CABLE is a supportive, inclusive community that encourages every woman to reach her full potential and celebrates every woman’s achievements.
  • CABLE is committed to sustaining long term financial stability and assuring organizational capacity to deliver programs and services for the ongoing benefit of its members.


Honoring the Past.
Investing in the Future.

In November 1978, a group of Nashville women gathered “to create diverse networks   and promotion opportunities for business and professional women.” The times were different. In 1978, women were not able to join the Chamber, the Rotary or other networking...  Read More!

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Open event and networking activities

Next Luncheon May 14

14 May 2014 11:30 AM • Music City Center, Nashville, TN
14 May 2014 1:30 PM • Music City Center, Nashville, TN

Other Upcoming Events

29 Apr 2014 12:00 PM • NovaCopy, 15 Lindsley Avenue Nashville, TN
29 Apr 2014 5:30 PM • 5:30 pm to 7:00pm at E-Spaces located at 4322 Harding Pike, Suite 417, Nashville, TN 37205
20 May 2014 4:00 PM • The Southern, 150 3rd Ave S #110 Nashville, TN 37201

April's Speaker

Ellen Brooks
Making A Difference - If not Now, When?

The Stories My Desk Could Tell?

Ellen Brooks, District Attorney of Montgomery County, Alabama, and 2011 ATHENA Award Winner.

There is a cliché about how a mouse eats an elephant one bite at a time. All cliché’s have an important kernel of truth, or they would not get the chance to be a cliché...

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