Save the date for Couture Construction, presented by Frost Brown Todd LLC, Women Build's sixth annual fundraising event March 18, 2018 from 6:30 to 9 p.m. at Dillard’s, the Mall at Green Hills. One hundred percent of the ticket sales and a portion of Dillard's proceeds from the evening go towards purchasing the construction materials for the Women Build home.  Click here to purchase your tickets!

 

To see photos from last year's Couture Construction, click here.

 


2018 Women Build Future Homeowner

Jazmyn's build is scheduled for April 21, 2018

 

 

Jazmyn is a graduate of East Literature Magnet High School and a Nashville native. “My family lives here and I want my 3-year-old son to grow up with them in his life,” she says.

 

After high school, Jazmyn attended Middle Tennessee State University, where she studied to become a social worker. She has worked for CVS Caremark as a call center representative for two years. “I love my current position,” she says. “I get to assist the elderly by educating them about their prescription drugs.” Jazmyn plans on going back to school and finishing her degree in social work. “I want to serve as a social worker in the metro school system,” she says.

 

“Homeownership is my best option to provide equity, stability, and most importantly safety for us,” she says. After speaking to her grandmother who is a Habitat homeowner, Jazmyn decided to apply for Habitat’s homeownership program. Jazmyn was living with a friend before she entered the Habitat program but moved back in with her parents to save money to pay for moving and closing costs.

 

“To all my sponsors and volunteers, thank you for caring,” she says. “To Habitat, thank you for providing me with the tools and resources to help me and my son accomplish our dream of homeownership.”

Jazmyn is a graduate of East Literature Magnet High School and a Nashville native. “My family lives here and I want my 3-year-old son to grow up with them in his life,” she says.

 

After high school, Jazmyn attended Middle Tennessee State University, where she studied to become a social worker. She has worked for CVS Caremark as a call center representative for two years. “I love my current position,” she says. “I get to assist the elderly by educating them about their prescription drugs.” Jazmyn plans on going back to school and finishing her degree in social work. “I want to serve as a social worker in the metro school system,” she says.

 

“Homeownership is my best option to provide equity, stability, and most importantly safety for us,” she says. After speaking to her grandmother who is a Habitat homeowner, Jazmyn decided to apply for Habitat’s homeownership program. Jazmyn was living with a friend before she entered the Habitat program but moved back in with her parents to save money to pay for moving and closing costs.

 

“To all my sponsors and volunteers, thank you for caring,” she says. “To Habitat, thank you for providing me with the tools and resources to help me and my son accomplish our dream of homeownership.”

 


Women Build is a unique partnership of female community leaders, along with companies focused on women as executives and mentors, coming together to sponsor, build, and dedicate a house for a female homeowner. Women Build is focused on the power of networking to help women achieve their goals, including making homeownership a reality for a Habitat partner family each year. Women Build is a great way to meet new people and have fun while supporting women build partners. For more information about how you get involved in Women Build or Couture Construction, contact Lauren Lane Payne at llanepayne@habitatnashville.org.

 


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