Lattimore Black Morgan & Cain, PC, a Certified Public Accounting and Advisory Firm, announced that Emily Job, Certified Public Accountant and Senior Accountant in the Tax Services Division in the Chattanooga office, was honored as a standout in two feature capacities. Not only was she chosen as one of Chattanooga’s City Scope Magazine’s “Leading Ladies 30 under 30,” she was also selected as a member of the prestigious Protégé Chattanooga 2012-2013 class.
Chattanooga City Scope Magazine selected Emily for excellence in her profession, community service, and personal achievement. She was recognized by peers and colleagues for her remarkable accomplishments early on in her career.
Protégé Chattanooga, a team-based program for emerging leaders, selected Emily as a member of its first annual class of protégés and mentors. This highly selective program pairs up-and-coming young professionals with accomplished Chattanooga leaders in order to facilitate mentor relationships and opportunities.
“We are incredibly proud of Emily’s recent recognition,” said Dennis Blanton, LBMC’s managing partner of the Chattanooga office. “Emily is a fine example of the excellent young leadership we are so proud of here at LBMC, not only excelling in her profession, but making a positive difference in our community.”
In addition to her work as a senior accountant, Emily is also leader within the LBMC YP Initiative. She is currently serving on the steering committee and leads the initiative in the Chattanooga office. Career growth at LBMC includes giving back to our communities and the development of leadership skills. LBMC established the Young Professionals group to address the career support needs of employees with less than seven years of professional accounting experience. Additionally, Emily will be sitting on the LEA’s Young Professional Special Interest Group committee beginning next year.
Emily is a graduate of University of Tennessee Chattanooga with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and is currently pursuing her Master of Accountancy. She is also a recipient of the UTC John C. Stophel Distinguished Student Award for her high potential as a business student.
In addition to her giving back to the community in professional organizations as a member of TSCPA and Chattanooga Tax Practitioners, Emily is active in supporting the Ronald McDonald House fundraisers as well as sits on the board of directors for the Scenic City Chattanooga Optimist Club. When she does have some free time she enjoys cooking, spending time outside and music.