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Girl Scouts Leadership Luncheon

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Maury County’s Girl Scouts Leadership Luncheon will take place from 11:30-1:00 at Puckett’s Retaurant and Grocery (15 Public Square, Columbia, TN).

Featured Speaker: Derek Young
“The Power of Collaboration”

For nearly three decades, Derek Young has been transforming the way great organizations achieve great results. As President of YMG, he has delivered winning performance solutions for organizations such as, AT&T, Belmont University, Best Buy, Vanderbilt University and many more. During the period of 2008 to 2012, more than 95% of his clients brought him back at least once. During the period 2011 to 2013, 10 out of his 12 executive coaching clients earned a promotion.

Young has developed a unique vantage point of Middle Tennessee from serving as Director of Leadership Development and Director of Outreach for two of Nashville’s Fortune 1000′s–Dollar General Corporation and Cracker Barrel, by placing college graduates at more than 40 Middle Tennessee companies, and by serving as a consultant, trainer, or speaker for more than 200 Middle Tennessee corporate, government, education, non-profit, and religious organizations. As a non-profit leader, Young has served as Board Chairman for March of Dimes—Tennessee and March of Dimes—Nashville, and a board committee chairman of the Nashville Chamber, Nashville Symphony, and Nashville United Way.  He is a founding committee member of the Davidson Group and a graduate and facilitator for Leadership Nashville.

He and his wife Allyson, a native Nashvillian, have four children. Young is a native of St. Louis and lifelong Cardinals baseball fan.  His motto for success is “God first, others second, and dreams third.”

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Kimberly Ely
Director of Development
(615) 460-0235
kely@gsmidtn.org

Laura Hardwicke
Fund Development Manager
(615) 460-02032
lhardwicke@gsmidtn.org