Taryn Anderson joined the Junior League of Nashville (JLN) in 2008, after relocating to Nashville. In her first active year, she served as the First Year Active Representative on the Finance Council. From there she served in many roles between community and operations and for the past two years she has volunteered in community-based placements.
Taryn was the Vice President of Finance and Operations seated on the Board of Directors in 2014; in 2017 she became the first Asian member to serve as Executive Vice President. Currently slated as PEE, Taryn will be the first Asian member to serve as President, following the footsteps of the first African American and first Middle Eastern president, where she will continue JLN’s work focusing on human trafficking and literacy.
In addition to her work in the League, Taryn has been involved within the Nashville community serving on the Nashville Film Festival board from 2011 – 2018, where she served as President for the 2015/2016 year, and the Humane Society of the United States where she serves as Humane Policy Volunteer since 2015.
Taryn is a graduate of the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota. After working at a business management firm for 11 years, she started night school at the Nashville School of Law. She graduated in May 2020 and became a licensed attorney in December 2020. She is currently enrolled at Belmont University completing her master’s degree in accounting and works full time in the music industry at an artist management company.