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NCBWL installs new board members

NCBWL Board of Directors 2021-2023
(L to R): Patricia Vance, Cindy Zwickel, Cheryl Pryor, Nikki Moreland, Kim Hoover, Cora Newcomb, Lisa Link, Lynne Warne, Claudia Weber, Deb Fay and Faye Knockenmus.

The Nashville Catholic Business Women’s League’s new board was installed at the April meeting held in the Bishop’s Hall at the Catholic Pastoral Center.

The new board members for 2021-2023 include: President Lynne Warne; President-Elect Claudia Weber; Second Vice President, Programs Lisa O’Neill-Sullivan; Communications Director Cora Newcomb; Treasurer Deb Fay; Secretary Janine Moore; Spiritual Life Chair Cheryl Pryor; Membership Chair Kim Hoover; Publicity/Outreach Chair Lisa Link; Hospitality Chair Faye Knochenmus; Development/Pearls of Wisdom Co-Chair Patricia Vance; Development/Pearls of Wisdom Co-Chair Veronica Moreland; Parliamentarian Cindy Zwickel.

Bishop J. Mark Spalding spoke to NCBWL members during the meeting, which also featured remarks from Judy Orr, executive director of Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Nashville, about the impact Catholic Charities has had on the Nashville community, and from diocesan Superintendent of Schools Rebecca Hammel, with updates about Catholic schools in the diocese.

Outgoing NCBWL president Teri Hasenour Gordon and board members were recognized for their hard work and dedication over the last two years.

The members brought in donations to fill 25 blessing bags full of pampering products for new moms seeking assistance at Catholic Charities, plus infant clothing, toys and baby items. Each month a different nonprofit is chosen for the organization’s social outreach program.

The Nashville Catholic Business Women’s League is the Diocese of Nashville’s oldest business organization and celebrated its 70th anniversary in 2020. Membership is open to all Catholic women.

Through monthly meetings and a variety of programs, members enjoy networking, inspiration, and connections with women throughout the Nashville area.

A hallmark of the League is its commitment to Catholic education. The NCBWL has raised a total of $350,000 over the life of its scholarship program, which provides tuition assistance to one deserving female freshman at each of the local Catholic high schools for all four years.

Contributed by:

Lisa Link

Publicity/Outreach Chair


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