Gallaher Joins Chambliss As Marketing And Business Development Director

Monday, January 06, 2014

Chambliss, Bahner & Stophel announced that Aricia C. Gallaher has joined the law firm as marketing and business development director.  She will focus her efforts on expanding firm awareness, building client relationships and seeking new business opportunities to support growth.

Ms. Gallaher, an East Tennessee native, comes to Chambliss with more than 15 years of professional experience in marketing services and operations, business development and client relationship management. She joins the firm after more than 11 years with a nationally recognized health care marketing solution provider located in Chattanooga, where she most recently served as vice president of client services. Her educational background includes a B.S. degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.

“Aricia has the level of experience and energy our firm was looking for to help uncover new opportunities and spearhead efforts toward continued growth,” said Dana Perry, managing shareholder. “Her rich background in marketing and client services coupled with her passion for the legal industry makes her a positive addition to our team. We will utilize her expertise to help expand our footprint and continue our long history of providing excellent client service.”

Her new role will not only allow her the unique opportunity to utilize her educational and professional experience, but she will also fulfill a personal goal of working within the legal field.


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