United Way of Greater Nashville Announces Young Leaders Society 2024 Board

Jan 22, 2024 | News

United Way of Greater Nashville (UWGN) announces the 2024 Young Leaders Society Board. The Young Leaders Society (YLS) is a network of passionate young professionals creating lasting impact in their communities. YLS members connect with each other and their community through leadership development, volunteer opportunities, networking experiences and more.

YLS members pledge a minimum annual gift of $500 to United Way of Greater Nashville and truly create lasting change in our community. This gift can:

  • Send 25 at-risk kids to a safe, educational summer camp
  • Provide rental assistance for a single parent struggling to pay bills while they go back to school
  • Ensure a youth receives counseling and mentorship to avoid juvenile detention
  • Provide training to help someone find a better job so they can support themselves financially

YLS is comprised of 600 members who contribute nearly $800,000 to our work annually.

2024 YLS Board

  • Holt Madden (Board President) – Boyle Investment Company, Senior Associate
  • Andy Warren (Immediate Past President) – Bridgestone Americas, Inc., Sr Manager, Process Systems Development, Engineering Service Support
  • Madison Santana (Events Chair) – Holland & Knight LLP, Attorney
  • Megan Day (Co-Volunteer Chair) – Deloitte & Touche LLP, Audit & Assurance Manager
  • Alicia Fligg (Co-Volunteer Chair) – Gresham Smith, Assistant Project Manager, Industrial
  • Camp Geary – Boston Consulting Group, Associate
  • Nick Deluna – Merrill Lynch Wealth Management, Senior Portfolio Advisor, Financial Advisor
  • Drew Roy – Brasfield & Gorrie, Senior Project Manager
  • Taryn Smith – HealthTrust, Director – Shared Services Financial Operations
  • Bart Ring – EY, Senior Manager, Assurance Services
  • Diane Stacy – Journeys, Training Coordinator

“Young Leaders Society is creating lasting impact, and I am thankful to the new board members who will help shape this year’s YLS efforts. With visionary leadership and diverse skills, they will be instrumental in driving positive change and transforming lives,” said UWGN CEO and President Brian Hassett.