The need to encourage and equip the next generation of community leaders in Memphis is obvious to those who know our city best. To meet this demand, our young leaders need a place where they can learn proven leadership skills in a mutually challenging environment from top-flight coaches and mentors. Such a place is called NEXUS: A Proven Experience in Leadership.Read More
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An ongoing goal is to keep members of the NEXUS Network engage within the NEXUS Program and our city. NEXUS Alumni and current participants are key leaders within the community who want to continue to have a pulse of the needs of our city, the Memphis leadership community, and young emerging leaders of the next generation.Read More
The health and safety for members of the NEXUS Network is the utmost importance to NEXUS. With news of the COVID-19 pandemic escalating and with regards to the CDC’s recent recommendations, NEXUS has rescheduled current events or reshaped how events may look. Members of the NEXUS Class of 2020 will be notified with upcoming communications. We look forward to finishing the Class of 2020 out strong together!
As recruitment season approaches, we look forward to recruiting young, emerging talent as NEXUS protégé participants; and pairing them with proven leaders from NEXUS mentors. If you have any questions, please feel free to call NEXUS at 901-531-6171 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your understanding as we work together!
NEXUS Leaders, Inc. hosted a virtual Graduation via ZOOM honoring this year’s mentor and protégé graduates on May 7. Mayor Lee Harris is driving change throughout Shelby County, he joined the virtual Graduation and spoke on the topic of “Leading Through Change.” NEXUS now has over 950 graduate leaders, all with the passion for mentoring, leadership, and our city. The past few months have been a challenge for all of... Read More
Members of the NEXUS Network-We need your help more than ever! Our recruitment efforts for the Class of 2021 will look a little different this year due to COVID-19. As you know, NEXUS recruits through referrals so please share information with your co-workers and friends about the Class of 2021. As we plan for the Class of 2021, our Program Committee is being intentional and creative on how NEXUS will... Read More
The health and safety for members of the NEXUS Network is the utmost importance to NEXUS. With the COVID-19 pandemic and with regards to the CDC’s recent recommendations, NEXUS has reshaped how events may look. I encourage you to reach out to your NEXUS Network during this uncertain time. NEXUS would like to thank the first responders, delivery drivers, grocery store workers and all of those who have led and... Read More
A Family Affair Larry Papasan has been a NEXUS mentor seven times and has impacted seven proteges in many, different ways. He is the recipient of the Sandy Willson Outstanding NEXUS Mentor award and has been an ongoing advocate and supporter for NEXUS. Several years ago, Larry suggested that the NEXUS class read the book “THE ONE THING”, co-authored by his son Jay Papasan. Last year, the NEXUS Program Committee... Read More
NEXUS Board Chairman and NEXUS Mentor Bathsheba Sams and NEXUS Protege, Class of 2017 Brooke Jones recently participated on a panel facilitated by Heather Hunt, NEXUS Director on Mentoring and the Mentor/Protege Relationship at the Junior League of Memphis Women’s Summit. Read More
Special thanks to cityCurrent for featuring NEXUS in the Commercial Appeal’s Giving Back Column. To read more CLICK HERE. Read More
The NEXUS IN MOTION event offered members of the NEXUS Network the opportunity to network, take-aways from table discussions, and to be inspired by a leader like Jennie Robbins, CFO at the Church Health. Ms. Robbins spoke on of the topic of “Dreaming as a Leader”. Special thanks to those table leaders who share about important topics: JAMES ARMFIELD – PROVIDING FEEDBACK TO YOUR TEAM OLIVIA HAMMOND – TRANSITIONING CAREERS... Read More
Members of the NEXUS Class of 2020 volunteered with STS Enterprise. NEXUS participants conducted mock business interviews with high school and college students at the University of Memphis. Read More
Encouraging the development of new, capable and principled leaders for our city is critical for Memphis to thrive and be all that it can be. NEXUS has given me the opportunity to share some of my experiences while at the same time become encouraged myself about the potential class of rising leaders in the community. Developing a relationship with my protégé has been a privilege and a joy.
Mentor / Vice President, Consultant & Licensed Professional Counselor / Allie Prescott & Partners
In NEXUS I have found a glimpse into the future of Memphis, with people of diverse backgrounds combining their collective wisdom and talents for the betterment of the community. My mentor provided me with his unique point of view which prompted me to look at issues outside of parameters based solely on my past experiences.
Protege / Vice President / Commercial Advisors, LLC
I’ve had the opportunity to participate in NEXUS as both a protege and a mentor, and both experiences have challenged me personally and professionally. The sessions are timely and applicable, and the personal interaction provides a type of “support group” that is often missing within the traditional business community.
Mentor and Past Protege / Senior Vice President of Marketing, FTN Financial
I was a protege in the very first year NEXUS was introduced. Not only did I meet a great mentor but I was exposed to the community. I have built a network for which I am always indebted to NEXUS.
Past Protege / Director Information Systems / Center City Commission
I felt like I got a renewed passion for our city. So many of the speakers really celebrated the great benefits Memphis has to offer as well as our unique culture and resources. Additionally, I got a chance to network with several different professionals in various careers, which was a great opportunity for me. As a teacher, I usually only network with others in education.
NEXUS Protégé and Teacher, The Soulsville Charter School
NEXUS exposed me to a diverse group of individuals with a common goal of improving themselves and Memphis. It provided a great network for future fellowship and leadership opportunities, and the protégé-mentor relationship brought many wonderful learning experiences.
NEXUS Protégé, Chief Investment Officer, Red Door Wealth Management
Mentor-Jill & Hayley