Law firm Frost Brown Todd hosted the second annual Nashville A-List Business Women’s Network event at the Patron Platinum Club in Bridgestone Arena on May 21. About 70 women executives from a wide cross-section of businesses and industries in the Nashville area attended the event to network and share information.
Lynda Hill, member of Frost Brown Todd and organizer of the event, created the A-List Business Women’s Network to allow female executives to share their experiences in an informal setting.
“The event offers an opportunity for top female business decision-makers to meet, network and discuss shared challenges and possibilities. We have put in place tools to facilitate ongoing discussion, which will benefit our members beyond this annual meeting,” she said.
Among those who attended were representatives of government, management consulting, executives of the automobile and healthcare industries, as well as leading women in non-profits and universities.
Frost Brown Todd’s Nashville team is anchored by more than 30 attorneys counseling current and future business leaders. The group has specialized industry experience representing clients in the automotive, healthcare, government relations, international, and payments industry sectors.
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