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 meetings, scholarships, and other events.
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August 7th Virtual Membership Meeting
Join the Tennessee Women in Green for our monthly Zoom meeting! Our speakers this month will be Shelby Moran and Kate Myers of Warner Music Nashville.
In addition to their demanding roles as the head of Tour Development and the WEA Radio & Streaming Coordinator, respectively, Shelby and Kate are co-chairs of the Warner Music Nashville Green Team, WMGreen. The employee-driven enterprise has made strides toward their goal of 90% waste diversion by implementing composting and additional recycling services, donating surplus food from events to local organizations, eliminating single-use items from offices, working with sustainable vendors and more. WMGreen has partnered with numerous organizations in the local Nashville community to drive change and encourage sustainability. Warner Music Nashville has also been recognized by Get Food Smart TN, a statewide program that seeks to promote using food wisely and enhance the sustainability of Tennessee’s food resources, for its commitment to reducing food waste and increasing food recovery. The successful initiative has proved a catalyst for the entirety of Warner Music Group, with local WMGreen committees beginning to form across the globe.