Strengthening Our Culture

At InfoWorks, providing a supportive and balanced work environment has always been a top priority. We are continuing to strengthen our work culture through:

Purposeful Recruiting

Expanding our recruitment strategy to better attract and retain diverse talent.

Continuing Education

Providing educational resources and training for all employees to enhance our cultural competence as employee owners.

Outreach and Support

Growing our commitment of time and resources to serve our community and to support organizations that work to make a difference.

We Celebrated 25 Years in Business By Giving Back

In appreciation and celebration of our 25th anniversary, we committed to participating in 25 days of giving back to our community. It was an honor to support the good work these organization do.

  1. Financial sponsorship and man-hours to build walls for Habitat for Humanity homes
  2. Financial sponsorship and man-hours to help pack grab bags and do registration for Girls in STEM
  3. Financial sponsorship and hosted the Friends Life Community Treat Truck at Woodmont Ctr.
  4. Helped area rotary clubs distribute food to flood victims in Waverly, TN
  5. Financial sponsorship and participation for the Ronald McDonald House Golf Outing
  6. Volunteered at the Dog Days event to support the Nashville Humane Association
  7. Baked desserts for Grand Nan Nou Haiti Mission fundraiser
  8. Raised money and walked for the Down’s Syndrome Association of Middle TN
  9. Cleaned out a shed for Friends Life Community, so they can make better use of their space
  10. Donated snacks and packed snack bags for Dream Streets to distribute to under-resourced children in after school programs
  11. Donated 4 thanksgiving meal baskets to Operation Stand Down to support veterans in need
  12. Adopted 25 angels from the Mix 92.9/Salvation Army angel tree
  13. Partnered with the Nashville Black Chamber of Commerce to introduce minority students to careers in healthcare, business and/or technology
  14. Donated money to the Taylor Ministries Nativity Store
  15. Soles4Souls shoe donations
  16. Signed/made cards for residents at Abe’s Garden Community and children of domestic violence
  17. Man-hours to help with pond restoration at Mill Ridge Park
  18. Sponsorship, donations, and participation in Dream Streets’ 5K
  19. Man-hours packing snack bags at Second Harvest Food Bank
  20. Donations of women’s accessories for YWCA/Dress for Success
  21. Signed/made cards for veterans overseas
  22. Served dinner and visited with released prisoners reintegrating into society at Dismas House
  23. Laptop donation to non-profit university
  24. Helped with shelter projects for the Nashville Humane Association
  25. Donations to support The Oasis Center

InfoWorks in Action

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The Nashville Black Chamber of Commerce (NBCC) through Leaders in Healthcare Tech (LiHT)

We partnered with the NBCC to establish LiHT, an ongoing program at Antioch High School for students interested in pursuing careers in healthcare, business, and/or technology. Through the program, students learn and apply consulting and project management skills. The work they produce, in turn, helps a NBCC member business. Participating students are eligible to win scholarship dollars to fund education-related expenses, through the NBCC.

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Pivot Tech School

Pivot Tech School is a coding bootcamp program, focused on empowering a diverse demographic. InfoWorks facilitates a mentorship program, pairing consultants with interested students in the school’s data analytics, software development, and cybersecurity cohorts. The mentorship program aims to enhance the career and development opportunities of the students.

“[InfoWorks’] genuine partnership, leadership and trusting wisdom has added a tremendous value to the chamber’s growth and position in the Nashville community. InfoWorks has an amazing team that takes a personal interest in the development of our educational programs.”

Carolyn Waller, President & CEO
Nashville Black Chamber of Commerce

Contact our team to discuss a partnership idea or opportunity.

Contact DE&I

InfoWorks is committed to serving and supporting the community that we call home.

We believe in giving back to Middle Tennessee organizations through volunteer work and charitable acts, and we encourage our employees to get involved too.

  • Adventure Science Center
  • Ascension Saint Thomas Health
  • Alive Hospice
  • Belmont University Executive Learning Network
  • Blacks in Technology
  • Boy Scouts of America
  • Calvary Young Children’s School
  • Dream Streets
  • Economics Club of Nashville
  • FiftyForward
  • Friends Life Community
  • GeekCause
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Hands on Nashville
  • Impact100 Nashville
  • International Coach Federation – TN Chapter
  • Junior Achievement Associate Board
  • Leadership Health Care
  • Lifting Minorities
  • Lipscomb School of Data Analytics and Technology
  • Madison-Rivergate Chamber of Commerce
  • Metro Nashville Public Schools
  • Middle Tennessee Military Officers Association
  • Narrow Gate
  • Nashville Black Chamber of Commerce
  • Nashville Business Intelligence User Group
  • Nashville Chamber of Commerce
  • Nashville Entrepreneur Center
  • Nashville Healthcare Council
  • Nashville Humane Association
  • Nashville Public Education Foundation
  • Nashville Technology Council
  • Pivot Technology School
  • Ronald McDonald House
  • Rotary Club (Brentwood, Downtown, Franklin, Madison-Goodlettsville)
  • Saint Thomas Health Foundation
  • Salvation Army
  • Second Harvest Food Bank
  • Siloam Family Health
  • Society for Information Management
  • Soles4Souls
  • Thistle Farms
  • United Way of Greater Nashville
  • Vanderbilt University Data Science Institute
  • Williamson Chamber of Commerce
  • Women in Technology of Tennessee
  • Young Leaders Council

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