Humble –When a member inquires about a service/product you offer you are more than welcome to introduce yourself, but we want to stay away from constant self-promotion to help control content. Only one post a month will be permitted to promote your company.
Encouragement- We are women supporting other women. We welcome shout outs! Raise? New job? New home? New pet? We celebrate it all!
Excellence – Looking for a referral or lead in events, we have the resources. We have the top talent in Nashville.
Leadership- Looking for a mentor or mentee in the industry, we can help facilitate.
Service – “Your greatness is not what you have, it is what you give.” We will volunteer our time quarterly to local charities here in Nashville.
Heels & Handshakes is committed to embracing the Nashville Event community and beyond. Our arms are open to women of all abilities, backgrounds, religions, races, cultures, ethnicities, sexual orientations, genders, ages and expressions.
Come. As. You. Are. Always.
H&H has a Zero Tolerance policy for: hate, bigotry, bullshit and judgement.
We welcome, facilitate and respect a diversity of ideas, experiences, cultures, beliefs, backgrounds and we want to hear and celebrate every part of the journey that makes you, you and got you here.
We appreciate and encourage respectful discourse and a free flow of ideas, all while providing a platform for you to share in a safe space. We are committed to educating, helping, supporting, loving, empowering and amplifying every woman that wants to be a part of this passionate and progressive movement.
It’s no secret that empowered women, empower women and H&H is composed of cheerleaders, fans, coaches and champions here to help, mentor and celebrate you.
Whether you’re in heels or flats, shaking hands with and without hand sanitizer, you are valuable and we believe in you.
This past August, the women of Heels & Handshakes cleaned out their summer closets and donated business attire for Fisk University's Dress for Success Program.
Teddy Bear drive for Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt.
Our members collect pantry goods for Jean Crowe Advocacy Center. The Jean Crowe Advocacy Center (JCAC) is the only fully court-based Family Justice Center in the country. The JCAC increases the safety of domestic and sexual violence victims by creating a supportive environment for victims to receive services while waiting for court.