The Premier Leadership Organization for Women’s Professional Advancement in Middle Tennessee


Who We Are

RUTHERFORD Cable is a local organization formed in 2009 to help women widen their professional and personal circles and connect with greater business opportunities. And, Rutherford County women have responded; we have over 250 members, and we’re still growing strong!

Rutherford Cable seeks to encourage, enlighten and empower our members and all women in our community through programs and events that offer expert advice, networking opportunities, connection and collaboration.  Click here to view upcoming events. Click here to view upcoming events.

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April Monthly
Spotlight Member

Susan Waggoner

Susan Waggoner has been in Murfreesboro for at least 16 years. She has owned several salons but currently is the owner of The Curl Theory Salon and Main Squeeze Juice Company. Susan has a lifelong motto of “Living to be an example of success for all who encounter her, especially women.” She has the heart to see everyone become successful while being an encouragement in the hard of the process. Susan enjoys mentoring women to become the best version of themselves. She desires to one day house a full business center that will empower, enrich, educate, and enhance the lives of others. This is only a fraction of who Susan R. Waggoner has been, is, and shall become.


April Monthly
Non Profit Spotlight

Beth Bryant, Location Leader for Rutherford County Isaiah 117 House

When children are removed from their homes out of concern for their safety, they are usually brought to a child welfare services office to await placement. This wait can be a few hours to several days. These children often arrive with nothing with them and are scared, lonely, hungry, and in dirty clothing. Isaiah 117 provides a comforting home where these children can instead be brought to wait – a place that is safe with friendly and loving volunteers who provide clean clothes, smiles, toys, and lots of snacks! This space allows children to receive the comfort and care they need while child welfare staff can do paperwork and identify a good placement.

The mission of Isaiah 117:

  • reduce trauma for children awaiting placement
  • lighten the load for child welfare services
  • ease the transition for foster families

The Rutherford County home has been open for one year and has served over 200 children since opening it’s red doors.


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Cable is a unique and diverse group of business and civic-minded professionals of all ages, ethnicities and religions who are driven by the same common desire: to help women achieve remarkable professional and personal growth.