Chartered in 1952, the Memphis (TN) Chapter of The Links, Incorporated represents the longest standing chapter in Shelby County and the surrounding area. For nearly 65 years, our group of more than 60 distinguished women have and are prepared to continue its history of supporting worthwhile projects that enhance the quality of life in the Memphis community.
TVA elects first African-American, first woman to head federal utility
January 19, 2017
Memphis accountant V. Lynn Evans was elected Thursday to chair the Tennessee Valley Authority this year as the utility's board transitions from all Democrats to a majority of Republican directors under incoming President Donald Trump. Evans, who was appointed to the TVA board four years ago after serving as chairwoman of TVA's biggest customer, is the first African-American to serve as chairperson of TVA in its 83-year history. She is also the first female and first Memphis resident to chair the board.
Live at 9: Inspiring Smart Girls to Become Strong Women
November 18, 2016
Tell people more about this item. What's it about and what makes it interesting? Give people the info they need to gA Memphis organization wants to inspire smart girls to become strong women. That's why they're bringing nationally-known activist Kemba Smith to the Bluff City to speak to young girls here.o ahead and take the action you want.