Chattanooga COC Hosts Women’s Unity Networking Breakfast Nov. 13

Monday, October 21, 2019

The Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce will host a Women’s Unity Networking Breakfast on Wednesday, Nov. 13 from 8-10 a.m. at the INCubator in the Hamilton County Business Development Center.

"The breakfast is part of our work to increase representation and accelerate growth of diverse businesses and leaders in the Chattanooga region," organizers said.
 
The Women’s Unity Networking Breakfast will feature panelists including:
 
•         Janet Dunn, president & CEO, YMCA of Metropolitan Chattanooga;
•         Jessica Oliva-Calderin, managing partner, Calderin & Oliva, PA;
•         Edna Varner, senior advisor, Leading & Learning, Public Education Foundation; and
•         Kim White, president & CEO, River City Company.
 
Ann Coulter of A. Coulter Consulting will moderate.
 
"Come ready to network and take your business to the next level with success strategies from diverse business women who prioritize supporting one another," organizers said.

Cost is $15 and includes breakfast by Chicken-W-Bones. 
 
Register here. For more information, contact Darian Scott, Chamber director of Talent & Economic Inclusion, at dscott@chattanoogachamber.com.


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