Joslyn Hebda

After years of attending cityCURRENT events as a partner in Memphis, Joslyn Hebda joined the team as Nashville Market & Community Director in 2018.

Joslyn leads cityCURRENT's marketing and community engagement efforts through free public events and media coverage. She connects cityCURRENT partners with nonprofit, governmental, and community leaders so that they can combine forces to positively impact Middle Tennessee.

A Tennessean by choice, Joslyn received her BA from Rhodes College and her MBA from Christian Brothers University in Memphis. In Nashville, she enjoys trying new fitness classes, attending the symphony, and connecting with amazing organizations working to make Tennessee better.

Posted Blogs

  • Making Cyber-Space for Women

    Making Cyber-Space for Women

    • July 05, 2018
    For nearly 20 years, Women in Technology of Tennessee (WiTT) has promoted women in technology through scholarships, community outreach, networking, and education. In that time, WiTT has grown from a small group of local leaders to a community of over 200 women in all areas of tech, including techno
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  • Skillway's 5-Hour Workday

    Skillway's 5-Hour Workday

    • June 07, 2018
    Together with Skillway’s President and Founder, Dew Tinnin, the leadership at Skillway has set a culture where team members work smarter and think more creatively.
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  • Women in Business & Philanthropy

    Women in Business & Philanthropy

    • May 24, 2018
    Being a city builder, I get a thrill whenever our events spark a connection that moves our community forward.
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  • W.O. Smith Music School

    W.O. Smith Music School

    • April 27, 2018
    W.O. Smith Music School exists to provide affordable, quality music instruction available to children from low-income families in the Metropolitan Nashville area.
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  • Nashville Education, Community, and Arts Television

    Nashville Education, Community, and Arts Television

    • April 24, 2018
    Nashville Education, Community, and Arts Television, also known as NECAT, exists to teach people how to make TV shows in their cutting-edge studio and then broadcast those shows so that the world can appreciate the art and education of Middle Tennessee. This nonprofit offers an array of programming
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Testimonials

Over the past several years I've been asked more than a handful of times about Duncan Williams Asset Management's involvement in cityCURRENT. My answer is always the same... Renewing our membership is one of the easiest and best decisions that we make each year! I can't say enough how proud we are to continue to be a member of such a great organization doing truly meaningful work here in the Memphis community.
David Scully , President, Duncan Williams Asset Management
"It is actually hard to put into words the feeling I had meeting and joining with the Memphis 'giving' community at the LPBC Signature Breakfast hosted by Smith & Nephew and in partnership with The Martin Institute for Teaching Excellence in August, 2014. To see living embodiments of real and true compassion and caring for others, all gathered in one place gave me some sense of the astounding range, depth and sustained good works the business community in Memphis is doing. It was clear to me
John Hunter, Award-Winning Educator , former guest speaker, and focus of the documentary, "World Peace and Other Fourth-Grade Achievements"
Thank you for taking the time to teach me some new ideas about storytelling in the digital world! I am excited to implement your tips and best practices. Thank you for all you do to support local nonprofits and their good words by providing this valuable training.
Glenda Gurley , Maddox Foundation
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