Urban League Of Greater Chattanooga Announces Graduates Of Leadership Program

  • Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Ten business professionals graduated from the Inclusion By Design Executive Leadership Program sponsored by the Urban League of Greater Chattanooga on Dec. 5. Friends, family, and co-workers of the graduates and business leaders gathered for the ceremony.

Harry Allen, co-founder, executive vice president and chief relationship officer of Studio Bank located in Nashville, served as the keynote speaker. IBD is Chattanooga’s first and only market-based executive leadership program designed to make the business case for inclusion. 

The IBD Executive Leadership Program Class of 2018 includes:

Marcus Cade-Johnson, First Tennessee Bank
Destiny Gordon, BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee
Kelli Grimes, EPB
Dionne Jennings, Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union
Leah Morrison, Tennessee American Water
Carline Nord, Urban League of Greater Chattanooga
Ravinder Ramachandran, BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee
Chantelle Roberson, UNUM
Julia Taylor-Settles, TVA
Rebecca Smith-Suttles, Community Foundation of Greater Chattanooga
 
For more information about the Inclusion by Design Executive Leadership Program, contact BettyeLynn Smith, IBD’s senior project manager at 423-593-4784 or at blsmith@ulchatt.net.

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