Tennessee Women in Green (TWIG) empowers, inspires and connects women who are committed to environmental sustainability.
TWIG continues to stand by our marginalized and Black communities, to listen, to learn, and to take action toward environmental racial, and social justice. We believe this is all part of a future system of sustainability and equality.
TWIG is a 501(c)3 nonprofit founded in 2008 that meets monthly on the first Friday of the month. TWIG provides the opportunity to network with other sustainability-minded women and learn about sustainable businesses, organizations, and initiatives in the Nashville community through monthly programs, scholarships, and other events.
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Upcoming Program | June 3
Sally Palmer, The Nature Conservancy
Sally Palmer is a 24 year veteran of The Nature Conservancy and currently serves as External Affairs Advisor for the Central Appalachians program. Sally is based out of Tennessee, and prior to her current position, she led a variety of conservation, science, and government relations strategies for the Tennessee Chapter of TNC. She has expertise in state & federal natural resource policy, conservation planning, and freshwater conservation. Her academic training is in plant ecology and she loves getting out in the field as much as possible – especially during Spring Wildflower season. She will be speaking about her personal journey as a nonprofit professional and share the story of The Nature Conservancy’s current efforts in the greater Appalachian region.