Hamblen Joins Lattimore Black Morgan And Cain

Wednesday, January 29, 2014
Emalee Hamblen
Emalee Hamblen

Lattimore Black Morgan and Cain, PC, one of the southeast’s largest accounting and business consulting firms, has added Emalee Hamblen in its Chattanooga office.  

“We are lucky to have Emalee join our team," said Chuck Tomlin, partner, Tax Services.  "She’s energetic and will make a great addition to our client-focused team.”  

Ms. Hamblen has joined the accounting firm as a staff accountant in the tax department.  She previously worked as a graduate assistant in the Bursar’s Office for Tennessee Technological University.   

Ms. Hamblen is originally from Dunlap, Tenn. and is a graduate of the Tennessee Technological University with a bachelor’s in Business Administration and a Master’s in Business Administration.  She is involved with the American Business Women’s Association and was awarded an American Business Women’s Association scholarship and Grady P. Williams Business Scholarship.

Ms. Hamblen is an avid reader, artist and enjoys travelling.


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