RUTHERFORD Cable

The Premier Leadership Organization for Women’s Professional Advancement in Middle Tennessee
September Breakfast Meeting
Beth Z – Your Nerdy Best Friend
Tuesday, September 15th , 7:15 am – 9:00 am

Limited In-Person Seating with a Virtual Zoom Option
Stones River Country Club, 1830 NW Broad St, 37129
Register HERE

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!

Upcoming Events

Rutherford ATHENA Awards Ceremony
NEW DATE
Date – Wednesday, Sept. 16th
11 am Registration
11:30 am Program Begins – Online viewing begins
ONLY Virtual tickets available HERE
Community Engagement Committee Presents Cable Book Club
Meeting quarterly, Book Club offers virtual discussion of titles and topics 
relevant to professional leadership and development.
Get the book, “Creating Magic.” and plan to join us for a Zoom discussion.
Thursday, October 1st at 5:30 pm
Register HERE
October Breakfast Meeting
Jamie Dunham – Brand Wise
Tuesday, October 13th , 7:15 am – 9:00 am

Limited In-Person Seating with a Virtual Zoom Option
Stones River Country Club, 1830 NW Broad St, 37129
Register HERE
JOINT Nashville Cable & RUTHERFORD Cable Meeting

Breast Cancer Awareness Panel Discussion

Wednesday, October 14th , 11:45 am – 1 pm
FREE virtual meeting for BOTH groups using Zoom
Register HERE

SPOTLIGHT MEMBER

September Monthly Spotlight Member

Maria Edlin King

Dr. Maria Edlin King is the director of the Tennessee Council on Economic and Free Enterprise Education in the Jennings A. Jones College of Business at Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU). She also teaches macroeconomics to 150-250 undergraduates each semester. King received her Ed.D. in Curriculum and Instruction from Tennessee State University, M.A. in Economics and B.S. in Medical Technology from MTSU.
She has received two outstanding public service awards from MTSU and a community foundation award for her many years of work with children with disabilities. King is the founding executive director of the Alliance for Recreational Empowerment which engages people with disabilities in activities that empower them to be active, engaged members of their communities.
Dr. King is a member of the National Association of Economic Educators, Tennessee Council for the Social Studies, National Business Education Association, and Tennessee JumpStart, and Rutherford CABLE where she chairs the ever-evolving technology committee.

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