Local professionals capped off nine months of learning from some of Chattanooga’s most accomplished leaders during the Chattanooga Chamber’s Annual Leadership Luncheon at the Chattanooga Convention Center.
Organized by the Young Professionals Association of Chattanooga, Protégé Chattanooga is a team-based mentoring program allowing class participants to meet as a group with one mentor each month.
“Spending time with leaders of this caliber is an amazing professional development opportunity for our Protégés,” said YPAC President Josh Davis.
“This is only our second graduating class, but we’ve already received overwhelmingly positive feedback about the program.”
Protégé is designed to enhance participants’ skills and professionalism, equipping them to advance both personally and professionally.
Tia Capps, The Company Lab
Tyler Forrest, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Alishea Hixson, First Things First
Erica Jolly, Tennessee Valley Authority
Jeff Murphy, BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee
Leif Ramsey, SVAD Productions
Matthew Richman, Debo’s Diners
Tiffanie Robinson, WayPaver
Stephen Culp, Smart Furniture, Delegator & Causeway
Tom Griscom, Consultant
Michael Lebovitz, CBL & Associates Properties, Inc.
MaryStewart Lewis, AT&T
Bernie Miller, New Covenant Fellowship Church
Kim White, River City Company
Ladell McCullough, Henderson Hutcherson & McCullough
Bo Watson, Speaker Pro Tempore of the Tennessee Senate