About Nations in Our Neighborhood
Nations in our Neighborhood was created to encourage the community to explore the ethnic dining within Music City. A rich collection of cultures converge right here in the “it” city. Take advantage of the global experiences in your own backyard.
About the team
Renuka Christoph, founder, believes culinary experiences and travel serve as powerful vehicles to to bridge cultural gaps. Biases are eliminated when mindful connection is made with diverse people groups.
“We have our immigrant populations to thank for bringing their rich cultural heritage into our communities and providing global flavors from around the world.”
Mike O’ Hara is a first-year MBA student at Vanderbilt’s Owen Graduate School of Management. O’hara was a management consultant at Deloitte Consulting, advising Fortune 500 companies. He also worked with Teach for America and City Year, to build awareness for education advocacy and train the next generation of educators. O’hara is an active member of Vanderbilt’s Turner Family Center for Social Ventures.
Lan Le is a second-year student at Vanderbilt’s Owen Graduate School of Management. Le brings seven years of corporate finance experience from Vietnam. She is an active member of the Turner Family Center for Social Ventures.
Katherine Burns is a second-year student at Vanderbilt’s Peabody School Education Policy & Management. Burns brings extensive experience as an international consultant spanning from the US, Asia, and Africa.
Emory Skolkin is currently an MBA student at Vanderbilt’s Owen Graduate School of Management. His entrepreneurial experience includes launching a career coaching and human capital consulting company. Prior to this, he served as an executive recruiter across multiple industries and functional areas
Nashville’s success is predicated on a diverse and authentic message. As the diversity of our Music brand has evolved and expanded, so have the city’s offerings. The opportunity to work with Christoph Communications is the first step in taking advantage of the growing diversity in our neighborhoods.
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