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Salute to Excellence awards
Nashville Nonprofit Review
Congratulations to our 2016 Salute to Excellence award winners!
won the new Skanska Educational Enhancement Award, which recognizes direct service and collaboration within the public school system, for its pipeline of educational programs and wraparound services.
Turnip Green Creative Reuse
won the Piedmont Natural Gas Sustainable Practices Award for its integrated approach to economic, environmental and social stewardship.
Goodwill Industries of Middle Tennessee, Inc.
won the Diversified Trust New Generations Award for its #IGotItAtGoodwill Campaign to engage and grow a new generation of brand ambassadors.
Dianna Murphy of
Make-A-Wish Middle Tennessee
won the SunTrust CFO of the Year Award for her contributions in process improvements, internal controls, and streamlined financial budgeting and reporting.
Thriashaun Stephens of
Bethlehem Centers of Nashville
won the Erie Chapman Foundation Servant’s Heart Award for and going the extra mile serving as a mentor for at-risk youth with genuine positivity.
Clare Armistead of
Friends of Warner Parks
won the KraftCPAs Board Member of the Year Award for her longtime leadership is guiding Warner Parks to become a nationally recognized destination park.
Casey Summar of the
Arts & Business Council of Greater Nashville
won the Bank of America CEO of the Year Award for shaping the organization’s mission with her sincere passion.
Smyrna-La Vergne Food Bank
won The Memorial Foundation Leadership Award, which honors a nonprofit that has overcome substantial fiscal problems, for creating a stronger, more diversified base of critical financial support and food donations over the past three years.
Open Table Nashville
won The Healing Trust Catalyst for Change Award for its advocacy efforts that provide the marginalized a platform to share their voices and shape key public policies.
The Refuge Center for Counseling
won The Healing Trust Compassionate Care Award for its “nurture team” system that supports employees with tools to prevent compassion fatigue and celebrates personal and professional successes.
The Next Door
won The Frist Foundation Innovation in Action award for its facility that integrates a new approach for focusing on women impacted by addiction and trauma.
The Conservancy for Parthenon and Centennial Park
won The Frist Foundation Revenue Development award for its expanded arts and educational programming that have increased gross income by 40% in three years.
End Slavery Tennessee
’s “Building a Survivor Care Team” program
won The Frist Foundation Team Building award for building a team of law enforcement officials, legislators, court professionals, social services agencies, healthcare providers, and businesses to give human trafficking victims hope.
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