Jayme Brunson, American Association of University Women of Murfreesboro
Courtney E. Chavez, United Way of Rutherford and Cannon Counties
Dr. Amy Hodgin, Junior League of Murfreesboro
Kenzi Keene, RUTHERFORD Cable
Becky Lanham, Murfreesboro Kiwanis
Ms. Kim N. Page, Chi Omega Alumnae of Murfreesboro
Erin Rains, Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Center
The ATHENA Young Professional Leadership Award® recognizes an emerging leader under the age of 40 who:
· Demonstrates excellence, creativity and initiative in her profession
· Contributes time and energy to improve the quality of life for others in the community
· Clearly serves as a role model for young women personally and professionally.
The ATHENA Award®, named for the strong, enlightened goddess, goes to individuals who excel in their professions, give back to their communities and help raise up other leaders, especially women.
Today, ATHENA International is a global program. Since the program’s inception, more than 6,000 awards have been presented in over 500 communities in the United States, Canada, China, Russia, the United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom.
The ATHENA Leadership Model® was developed through a grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation and identifies eight distinct attributes that are reflective of women’s contributions to leadership.
Nominees for the Rutherford ATHENA and Young Professional Awards must live or work in Rutherford County or its immediate surrounding counties. If the nominee lives in Davidson County, she must work in Rutherford County or a surrounding County; if the nominee works in Davidson County, she must live in Rutherford County or a surrounding County.