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August Women Meeting

Our Mission

Cable is the premier leadership organization for women’s professional advancement.

Our Vision

Cable is an influential, resource-rich organization affecting positive change for women to achieve personal and professional success.

Our Vision Will Be Realized When:

Cable’s infrastructure employs traditional and virtual channels to develop communities of diverse, resourceful and powerful women.

The Cable experience supports members to achieve their own definitions of success and reaches beyond the organization to influence issues that impact all women.

The number of women in the executive suite and serving on corporate boards has increased to equitable levels in the United States.

Cable’s culture of mentoring includes women from the highest senior-level professionals to the newest women entering the workforce.

Cable has built model chapters regionally and in major U.S. cities with membership including top female leaders from all walks of life.

February 2019 Mission Moment

May 2019 Mission Moment

Lori Cutler
Business Development Officer
Redstone Federal Credit Union
Member since 2017

Joining Rutherford CABLE was not on my agenda when first moving to Middle Tennessee 8 short years ago. I had taken a job in Nashville and my territory covered the entire state. Though I chose to live in Murfreesboro, most of my work was at least 30 miles away. A couple of years into living in Tennessee I decided that I needed to give back in the community in which I lived, I started researching organizations to visit and Rutherford CABLE was the first to pop up. I was a guest at a couple of breakfasts here and there and something kept drawing me back! Although I was unable to attend regularly, I made many
personal and business friends in those few breakfasts. The day I decided to join the Redstone team, I also decided to become a member of Rutherford CABLE. And you know what happened, my first meeting as a member and an employee of Redstone I was welcomed with open arms with many words of encouragement on my new journey, including the words “I am so glad I am going to get to see your smiling face around here more often.”
Those words came from Veronica Terrell, someone I am so proud to call a friend. In no other world would our paths have crossed but they did, time and time again at Rutherford CABLE. And better yet, we now see each other all the time – we were ATHENA nominees together and we now sit on the board of
Junior Achievement of Rutherford County together and better yet I have had the privilege of sharing my Leadership Rutherford journey with her this year! Next time you see her ask about the Blackhawk ride, those who know her speculated she would never ever ever get in that thing! But she did, right between myself and Kim Young – all three being members of CABLE, Leadership Rutherford and Junior Achievement.
Its relationships like these that help us women form strong bonds and places like Rutherford CABLE are the catalyst to beginning these relationships. As individuals we have limitations but together we can change the world!

Dr. Sherry Galloway
Emergency Physician, St. Thomas Rutherford Hospital
Member since 2018

“I want to share how I got involved with Cable.  I had known about Cable from the beginning. But as an Emergency Doctor, I didn’t think Cable applied to me.  After all, I don’t go out and try to recruit sick and injured patients to grow my business in the Emergency Department. We already have enough business. That’s why we are adding 3 floors.

After Anne Hensley invited me to hear a specific speaker, I realized I needed Cable. I have been a longtime supporter and Board member of the Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Center and I found I could use Cable to help me make connections for the Center. The success of a nonprofit depends on making community networks to best serve our clients.

Personally, the biggest benefit I receive from Cable is the monthly reinforcement and motivation from other Cable Members who together are making our community the best.”