The Premier Leadership Organization for Women’s Professional Advancement in Middle Tennessee
WHO WE ARE
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.
Kim Kersey Howell
Kim Kersey-Howell is a University of Tennessee graduate (Go Vols!) where she studied Communications. In her time at UT, she was a Tri Delta and Ambassador where she gave tours to prospective students. She grew up in Lancaster, PA, then went to High School in Morristown, TN. After college, she completed an internship with Country Music Television where she traveled the country with Country Music Artists. After returning to UT and working in Undergraduate Admissions for her alma mater, she moved to Nashville to work for the March of Dimes. Kim just celebrated 19 years as a Senior Account Executive with Effectv – A Comcast Company. She earned President’s Club awards in 2006, 2011, and 2014. With her passion for her community, one of her favorite roles is that of a Diplomat for the Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce, where she was awarded Diplomat of the Year in 2009. This year she has the honor to once again to lead the Diplomats as the Chair. She is a 2016 graduate of Leadership Rutherford and an MYP Alumni. She has been an active member of Rutherford Cable for 10 years. She is married to Jason Howell and has one son, Parker, and four stepsons: Luke, Nate, Jack and Gabe. Yes, FIVE boys! And most recently welcomed 2 daughters-in-law into the family last year. You can find Kim on the baseball field cheering on her little Southpaw, Parker. They’ve added Blackman Middle School sports to the list this year. The past year, they celebrated MTCS bringing home the Football State Championship with Gabe. And the last Howell boy will graduate from MTCS in May. Kim and her family attend New Vision Baptist Church and lead a small group. When not in Murfreesboro, you can find Kim on Tims Ford Lake where their family has their own getaway.
NON PROFIT SPOTLIGHT
Non Profit Spotlight
Journeys in Community Living
Journeys in Community Living is an organization dedicated to supporting adults with disabilities in choosing and realizing their visions of where and how they live, work and socialize. Journeys operates the organization with the beliefs that everyone, regardless of disability, has the right to live a healthy and secure life; work at a meaningful job which they enjoy; live in a home of their own with whom they choose; have relationships in their lives; and to participate in and contribute to their communities.
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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.