Join Tennessee Women in Green for our monthly program with guest speaker Monique Odom!
Monique Horton Odom is a native Nashvillian who has been with Metro Government since 2002, most of which have been with the Parks and Recreation Department. She was named Parks Director in October 2017 and heads one of the largest Parks Department in Tennessee. Monique holds a B.A. from Fisk University where her major was Political Science, and a Master of Public Administration (MPA) from Tennessee State University’s College of Public Service and Urban Affairs (formerly known as the Institute of Government). She is a certified Diversity Trainer, has been trained in Rule 31 Civil Mediation, and has experience in public utility regulation, non-profit program management, and corporate human resources.
Monique will discuss her professional journey and experience at Parks, the impact of the department on the community, why Metro Parks is an essential service, and the many programs and activities offered to all communities in Nashville/Davidson County.
We'll also have information on upcoming events, updates from our sponsors, and announcements from your TWIG board. So grab your coffee and join us for a morning of sustainable networking!