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 | November 5th
Jessica Gossett, T.O. Fuller State Park
Jessica Gossett, Park Ranger at T.O. Fuller State Park, will talk about her work with developing interpretive programs at the park, expanding their offerings to embed environmental justice awareness and African America storytelling traditions in the youth programs, working with partners such at Chucalissa to deepen their Indigenous History and cultural programming and increasing their conservation/education with new offerings such as seasonal birding programs.
Jessica is a Memphis native and graduate of University of Tennessee. Her career as a TN Park Ranger began in 2017.