Tennessee Livability Collaborative

Tennessee Livability Collaborative Overview

The Tennessee Livability Collaborative is a working group of 24 Tennessee state agencies, departments, commissions, and academic institutions. The Collaborative's mission is to improve the prosperity, quality of life, and health of Tennesseans through state-level collaboration in the areas of policy, funding, and programming. 

For more information about the Tennessee Livability Collaborative please contact John Vick at john.vick@tn.gov.


The Collaborative is facilitated by John Vick with the Office of Primary Prevention and Sarah Elliott with the Division of Health Planning at the Tennessee Department of Health. The Collaborative is jointly-owned by all participating state agencies and meets bi-monthly. If your agency is interested in joining the Collaborative please reach out to John Vick at john.vick@tn.gov.

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Tennessee Livability Collaborative Evaluation Report 2019

Evaluation Report

The Tennessee Livability Collaborative was evaluated in 2018-2019 to determine whether the group is achieving its goals, to better understand its accomplishments and value to its members, and to inform the future work and direction of the group. Click the image to see the evalation report.

The Tennessee Livability Collaborative, in partnership with the Tennessee Department of Human Resources, developed a learning institute and training opportunity for state government staff to learn about programs and resources available across the Tennessee Government enterprise around jobs, transportation, housing, food, education, and health. Graduates of the learning institute, the Tennessee Ambassador League Institute (TALI), become members of the Tennessee Ambassador League and serve as leaders in cross-sector collaboration within their agencies. Click the image above to learn more.