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Background Information

Employment History

President

League of Women Voters

Assistant Director, Community and Government Relations

Vanderbilt University

Affiliations

Chair of the Education and Metro Government Committees
Nashville League

Early Member
Cable Companies

Organizing Member
Nashville Family Shelter

Web References (5 Total References)


Molly Todd Award - LWV of Nashville

www.nashville.tn.lwvnet.org [cached]

2001 Silvine Hudson

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1998 Silvine Hudson
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--Silvine Hudson, remarks made in introducing the award winner at the 2000 Annual Meeting.
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Below remarks are from the presentation of the Molly Todd Award to JoAnn Bennett from Silvine Hudson at the Annual Meeting of The League of Women Voters of Nashville, April 2002
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Silvine Hudson received the 2001 Molly Todd Award during the Nashville League's Annual Dinner Meeting.
Silvine Hudson has played an active role in the League of Women Voters since reaching voting age. In Nashville she served as chair of the Education and Metro Government Committees and on the Board of Directors and as President of the LWV Nashville. She also guided the LWV of Tennessee as its President and mentored many rising League leaders.
As a League leader, she was adroit in facilitating discussions and bringing members to consensus on important issues. As a League member, she lobbied government officials at the local, state and national level. In the halls of the state legislature she pushed for ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment and for a tax system that is more elastic and is fairer for low and moderate income taxpayers, many of whom are women struggling to support their children on low wages.
Silvine raised money for and contributed to several League publications designed to ensure that women voters and the general public know how government works. These publications included Know Your Government Officials, the Metro Blue Book, and Lobbying and the Tennessee General Assembly.
Silvine began her career as a teacher. Her experience lobbying the Tennessee legislature for the League laid the groundwork for her later career as Assistant Director, Community and Government Relations, at Vanderbilt University. League contacts also gave Silvine the idea for developing Retirement Learning at Vanderbilt, a continuing education program for retirees.
In addition to her work with the League, Silvine served as an organizing member of the Nashville Family Shelter. She was also an early member of CABLE and supporter of the Council on Aging, Planned Parenthood, Save Our Cumberland Mountains, Nature Conservancy, Audubon Society, and Tennesseans for Fair Taxation.


Molly Todd Award - LWV of Nashville

www.lwvnashville.org [cached]

2001 Silvine Hudson

...
1998 Silvine Hudson
...
--Silvine Hudson, remarks made in introducing the award winner at the 2000 Annual Meeting.
...
Below remarks are from the presentation of the Molly Todd Award to JoAnn Bennett from Silvine Hudson at the Annual Meeting of The League of Women Voters of Nashville, April 2002
...
Silvine Hudson received the 2001 Molly Todd Award during the Nashville League's Annual Dinner Meeting.
Silvine Hudson has played an active role in the League of Women Voters since reaching voting age. In Nashville she served as chair of the Education and Metro Government Committees and on the Board of Directors and as President of the LWV Nashville. She also guided the LWV of Tennessee as its President and mentored many rising League leaders.
As a League leader, she was adroit in facilitating discussions and bringing members to consensus on important issues. As a League member, she lobbied government officials at the local, state and national level. In the halls of the state legislature she pushed for ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment and for a tax system that is more elastic and is fairer for low and moderate income taxpayers, many of whom are women struggling to support their children on low wages.
Silvine raised money for and contributed to several League publications designed to ensure that women voters and the general public know how government works. These publications included Know Your Government Officials, the Metro Blue Book, and Lobbying and the Tennessee General Assembly.
Silvine began her career as a teacher. Her experience lobbying the Tennessee legislature for the League laid the groundwork for her later career as Assistant Director, Community and Government Relations, at Vanderbilt University. League contacts also gave Silvine the idea for developing Retirement Learning at Vanderbilt, a continuing education program for retirees.
In addition to her work with the League, Silvine served as an organizing member of the Nashville Family Shelter. She was also an early member of CABLE and supporter of the Council on Aging, Planned Parenthood, Save Our Cumberland Mountains, Nature Conservancy, Audubon Society, and Tennesseans for Fair Taxation.


Molly Todd Award - LWV of Nashville

lwvnashville.org [cached]

2001 Silvine Hudson

...
1998 Silvine Hudson
...
--Silvine Hudson, remarks made in introducing the award winner at the 2000 Annual Meeting.
...
Below remarks are from the presentation of the Molly Todd Award to JoAnn Bennett from Silvine Hudson at the Annual Meeting of The League of Women Voters of Nashville, April 2002
...
Silvine Hudson received the 2001 Molly Todd Award during the Nashville League's Annual Dinner Meeting.
Silvine Hudson has played an active role in the League of Women Voters since reaching voting age. In Nashville she served as chair of the Education and Metro Government Committees and on the Board of Directors and as President of the LWV Nashville. She also guided the LWV of Tennessee as its President and mentored many rising League leaders.
As a League leader, she was adroit in facilitating discussions and bringing members to consensus on important issues. As a League member, she lobbied government officials at the local, state and national level. In the halls of the state legislature she pushed for ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment and for a tax system that is more elastic and is fairer for low and moderate income taxpayers, many of whom are women struggling to support their children on low wages.
Silvine raised money for and contributed to several League publications designed to ensure that women voters and the general public know how government works. These publications included Know Your Government Officials, the Metro Blue Book, and Lobbying and the Tennessee General Assembly.
Silvine began her career as a teacher. Her experience lobbying the Tennessee legislature for the League laid the groundwork for her later career as Assistant Director, Community and Government Relations, at Vanderbilt University. League contacts also gave Silvine the idea for developing Retirement Learning at Vanderbilt, a continuing education program for retirees.
In addition to her work with the League, Silvine served as an organizing member of the Nashville Family Shelter. She was also an early member of CABLE and supporter of the Council on Aging, Planned Parenthood, Save Our Cumberland Mountains, Nature Conservancy, Audubon Society, and Tennesseans for Fair Taxation.


Molly Todd Award - LWV of Nashville

nashville.tn.lwvnet.org [cached]

1998 Silvine Hudson

...
2001 Silvine Hudson
...
--Silvine Hudson, remarks made in introducing the award winner at the 2000 Annual Meeting.
...
Below remarks are from the presentation of the Molly Todd Award to JoAnn Bennett from Silvine Hudson at the Annual Meeting of The League of Women Voters of Nashville, April 2002
...
Silvine Hudson received the 2001 Molly Todd Award during the Nashville League's Annual Dinner Meeting.
Silvine Hudson has played an active role in the League of Women Voters since reaching voting age. In Nashville she served as chair of the Education and Metro Government Committees and on the Board of Directors and as President of the LWV Nashville. She also guided the LWV of Tennessee as its President and mentored many rising League leaders.
As a League leader, she was adroit in facilitating discussions and bringing members to consensus on important issues. As a League member, she lobbied government officials at the local, state and national level. In the halls of the state legislature she pushed for ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment and for a tax system that is more elastic and is fairer for low and moderate income taxpayers, many of whom are women struggling to support their children on low wages.
Silvine raised money for and contributed to several League publications designed to ensure that women voters and the general public know how government works. These publications included Know Your Government Officials, the Metro Blue Book, and Lobbying and the Tennessee General Assembly.
Silvine began her career as a teacher. Her experience lobbying the Tennessee legislature for the League laid the groundwork for her later career as Assistant Director, Community and Government Relations, at Vanderbilt University. League contacts also gave Silvine the idea for developing Retirement Learning at Vanderbilt, a continuing education program for retirees.
In addition to her work with the League, Silvine served as an organizing member of the Nashville Family Shelter. She was also an early member of CABLE and supporter of the Council on Aging, Planned Parenthood, Save Our Cumberland Mountains, Nature Conservancy, Audubon Society, and Tennesseans for Fair Taxation.


Untitled Document

www.nashvillecable.org [cached]

Silvine H. Hudson

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Committed to social justice, Silvine Hudson has given years of service to the LWV.President of the Nashville and state leagues, she has been a constant board member.A skilled lobbyist, she launched a second career as assistant director of Community and Government Relations at Vanderbilt.An organizing member of the Nashville Family Shelter, she supports numerous groups including the Council on Aging, Planned Parenthood, Nature Conservancy, and Tennesseans for Fair Taxation.

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