WorkChaplain Hires New Chief Growth Officer

Thursday, December 12, 2019

WorkChaplain announces Ashley McCue has been hired as the new chief growth officer. She will have an influence on new business as well as expanding the impact of WorkChaplain globally.

Her role will cross several areas of WorkChaplain and she will provide leadership in new business development, marketing and overall company growth internally and externally. 

WorkChaplain is a wellness offering that provides spiritual care to employees. The idea to impact businesses in Chattanooga and around the world came from a vision and burden from Chattanooga native, Founder/CEO Jeremy Johnson. He saw a missing piece of the puzzle in benefits that companies offer employees. Most companies took care of the physical and mental needs of an employee but didn’t scratch the surface when it came to spiritual care. His belief was that if you took care of the spiritual needs of an employee, each company would have better, healthier employees and families. WorkChaplain desires to help employees walk through some of the most difficult seasons of their life and this will positively impact the entire well being of the company, said officials. 

Mr. Johnson believes that Ms. McCue is the perfect addition to the team at WorkChaplain. “Our mission is to transform workplaces into life-giving communities that transform lives, deepen relationships and ignite hope through compassionate chaplains," said Mr. Johnson. "Our vision is simple, we believe Changed Lives Changes Businesses that Change the City.  Ashley has the experience and leadership capabilities to help get WorkChaplain to the next level. She is the right fit for our company DNA and culture and will play a major part in continuing to shape it moving forward.” 


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