The Nashville Area Junior Chamber of Commerce (NAJCC) has created the Sherri Glover Memorial NAJCC Membership Scholarships to honor the memory and contributions of Sherri Glover, an important member of the NAJCC community who was killed by a drunk driver on June 22, 2003. Sherri, who received her MBA degree from Belmont University, committed much of her time to positive activities in Nashville and gave a great deal of herself in energy and spirit to the NAJCC.
Two annual one-year NAJCC membership scholarships were created to recognize one graduating Belmont University undergraduate student and one graduating MBA student. Applicants should share Sherris passion for diverse cultural experiences, have a strong commitment to helping others, maintain a broad range of interests, and possess the desire to contribute to the NAJCC and the Nashville community. Each winner will receive a plaque and a permanent plaque at Belmont University will chronicle the recipients. Sherri's mother and father wish to thank the NAJCC (especially members Suzanne Angele, Susan Burdette, Helen Burr, and Jason A. Wolf) and those at Belmont University who helped create these scholarships.
The NAJCC is Nashvilles leading and oldest organization for young professionals in Nashville. Established in 1921, the organization provides opportunities for members to network, engage in philanthropic activities, and take advantage of professional development. The NAJCC is committed to connecting careers and community as we develop the future leaders of Nashville today.