Trisha Yearwood will conduct a keynote Q&A at Nashville Lifestyles’ 4th annual Women in Business event on August 10th at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center.
This networking luncheon will include a style show from Dillard’s at The Mall at Green Hills, followed by the keynote from Trisha Yearwood and finally a panel of the featured women from the August issue of Nashville Lifestyles.
Trisha Yearwood is a platinum-selling, multiple Grammy, CMA and ACM Award winning vocalist with one of the most powerful voices in country music. Her first cookbook, Georgia Cooking in an Oklahoma Kitchen debuted on the New York Times Bestsellers list in 2008 and opened doors that allowed the cookbook to come to life as her own Food Network show, Trisha’s Southern Kitchen. It premiered in 2012, then earned an Emmy Award the following year. To date, each of her Bestselling cookbooks found the same warm reception as the first (Home Cooking with Trisha Yearwood in 2010; Trisha’s Table in 2015) and Food Network is now preparing to air the tenth season of her show, Trisha’s Southern Kitchen. As if that weren’t enough, her Trisha Yearwood Home Collection encompasses her line of furniture for the whole home, a cookware line called Trisha’s Precious Metals, rugs, eight different home collections of home accessories, and her own signature Trisha Yearwood fragrance. Yearwood has recently expanded her lifestyle empire with her first food line sold exclusively at Williams Sonoma.
Other panelists for this event also featured in the August issue include: Kathy Anderson, Owner and Principal Designer, Anderson Design Studio; Lori Badgett, Senior Vice President and Team Leader, City National Bank; April Eaton, Corporate Relations Manager, Allstate Insurance; Christine Karbowiak, Chief Administrative Officer, Chief Risk Officer and Executive Vice President, Bridgestone Americas Inc; Laura Smith, Vice President and General Counsel, Nashville Electric Service; Karen Springer, President and CEO, Saint Thomas Health; Beth Torres, Presdient and CEO, Make-A-Wish Middle Tennessee; Tina Tuggle, Director of Community Relations, Tennessee Titans; Tiffany Wilmot, President, Wilmont, Inc.
Sponsors for Women in Business include City National Bank, 505 Nashville, Pure Organic Salon, Woodhouse Day Spa, Dillard’s, and The Mall at Green Hills. Women in Business will be held at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center located at 1 Symphony Place, Nashville, Tenn., 37203, on Thursday, August 10, beginning at 11am followed by a seated luncheon, style show and keynote. Tickets are $65 per person and include lunch. Tables of ten are available for a reduced price of $600. To purchase tickets please visit the ticketing site.
Nashville Lifestyles Magazine was founded in 1999. The publication, owned by Gannett, has a readership of 120,000 and is distributed through newsstands, subscribers, area bookstores and select tourism and hospitality venues. Nashville Lifestyles Magazine signature events bring the magazine to life with well-known upscale events as “Nashville’s 25 Most Beautiful People,” “Single in the City,” and “Music in the City.” For more information about Nashville Lifestyles and its sister publications, visit the website at www.nashvillelifestyles.com or call (615) 259-3636.