Be The Boss Of Your Career Is Topic At Women's Council Dec. 4

Monday, November 6, 2017
Cathy Boettner
Cathy Boettner

The Women’s Council Dec. 4 forum will focus on the necessary elements to becoming “The Boss of Your Career”, presented by Cathy Boettner, business strategist. During Ms. Boettner’s presentation she will cover professional career aspects such as resume writing, interviews, professional development and performance evaluations. 

Ms. Boettner is a management consultant with a primary focus on small to medium size closely held businesses—especially family owned. She spent 18 years as owner, president, and general manager of Cleveland Tubing, Inc. While with Cleveland Tubing, Ms. Boettner engaged a strategic planning firm to assist her with establishing best practices in the operation and growth of her company. After leaving Cleveland Tubing, she worked with LBMC Planning Services where she helped clients with strategic planning, succession planning, and organizational development. Ms. Boettner draws on her personal experiences and the training she received at LBMC to assist others as they set and strive to achieve their business goals.

Ms. Boettner received a bachelor’s of arts in Economics and Management and French from Centre College in Danville, Ky. A past chairman of the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce Board, she has been active in and continues to support area civic and professional organizations including the Cleveland State Community College Foundation Board, Cleveland Associated Industries, Bradley Cleveland Public Education Foundation, Community Foundation of Cleveland and Bradley County, Bradley Initiative Credit Union Board and Habitat for Humanity Board. Ms. Boettner was listed as one of “40 under 40” in Business TN and is a recipient of the Chamber’s Mel Bedwell Small Businessperson of the Year Award.

Women’s Council is a quarterly program of the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce. This program is open to women and men. Cost for “Be the Boss of Your Career” is $15 for Chamber members and $25 for nonmembers and includes a buffet luncheon. 

To register, call 472-6587 by noon on Thursday, Nov. 30. Chamber members also may register online at the community calendar at www.clevelandchamber.com

 



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