Headliners & Heroes: Scholarship Reception

The Nashville Chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists is proud to present our signature event, “Headliners and Heroes.” This signature fundraiser provides scholarships for young people majoring in media professions.

The annual event will also recognize individuals in the media who have made outstanding achievements and contributions to the field of journalism and communications as well as those in the community who have readily carried the torch of justice and service to others.

The event will be held from 4-6 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 6, 2016, at the First Amendment Center at 1207 18th Ave. S. #200, Nashville, TN 37212. A wine and hors d’oeuvres reception will precede the program.

The Nashville NABJ Chapter invites you to help the next generation continue the powerful work of awarding scholarships to deserving and talented students pursuing degrees in communication, along with providing valuable mentoring and training opportunities through a network of professional communicators.


We want to thank our sponsors for this event:

Platinum Sponsor – $1,000


Gold Sponsors – $500

Silver Sponsors – $250


Beverly Schneller


Bronze Sponsors – $100-$249

Nashville Alumnae Chapter

Ronald and Deborah Roberts

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