The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation of Middle Tennessee has named Sarah Brown, the business development and booking manager for the Curb Event Center, as one of Nashville’s 2010 Top 30 Under 30 honorees. Nashville’s Top 30 Under 30 recognizes the city’s most active young philanthropists who exemplify leadership qualities, are active in volunteer roles and have excelled in the Nashville business community.
“I am really honored to have been picked as one of the 30 Under 30, especially since there are so many wonderful and deserving volunteers in the Nashville area. Nashville has a wonderful non-profit community and I am fortunate enough to live in a community that embraces and encourages such great efforts,” said Brown.
In her role as booking coordinator for Belmont, Brown regularly works with local non-profit organizations to host meetings, events and fundraisers. Brown also serves as the HOBY TN director of programs, a volunteer for Kid Electric Concerts, a member of the International Entertainment Buyers Association and a member of the International Association of Assembly Managers. She is a member of the WPLN board of community advisors and the Society of Leaders in Development’s social committee.
In addition to Brown, four of the 30 honorees are Belmont alums; they are Andi Bordick, Kia Jarmon, Evan Owens and Amanda Wyler.
Brown and the other honorees will be recognized at the Top 30 Under 30 event at Public Square Park on Sept. 11. The eventis open to the pubic and will highlight each honoree’s accomplishments, feature silent and live auctions and celebrate the CFF’s mission of curing cystic fibrosis. Tickets can be purchased in advance for $50 or $75 for VIP entry. Tickets will be available through all honorees or by contacting Lesley McMahan at (615) 255-1167 or email@example.com. Visit www.nashvilletop30.org for more information.