Leadership Chattanooga Alumni Association Names 2019 Board Of Directors

Thursday, May 2, 2019

The Leadership Chattanooga Alumni Association announces their 2019 volunteer board of directors.

LCAA provides Leadership Chattanooga graduates with additional leadership training and opportunities for networking and civic engagement.    

“Continuity among leaders and community partners may be the most critical component necessary for ideas to thrive,” said Rhey Houston, LCAA president. “LCAA provides the most unique platform for such a broad and diverse group of stakeholders to dream, collaborate and engage in the work of growing the Chattanooga of the future.”

LCAA hosts monthly meetings including Regathering networking events and lunch and learn programs. On election years, LCAA encourages voter participation through their Your Vote Matters campaign.  

LCAA Officers:

President: Rhey Houston, Stowers Machinery 
President-Elect: Marcus McKamey, FirstBank 
Secretary: Jeana Lee, United Way of Chattanooga 
Treasurer: Barry Jennison, Chattanooga State 
Immediate past president: Peterson Hostetler, Vantage Point Financial Group 

At Large Members: 

Amy Donahue, River City Company 
Gena Ellis, First Things First 
Lacey Heftka, Center for Oral & Facial Surgery 
Celeste Herbert, Rotary International 
Miles Huff, Unum 
Ryan King, Keller Williams 
Althea Jones, Tennessee Valley Authority 
Jeana Lee, United Way of Greater Chattanooga
Strat Parrott, Juncture, LLC 
Donyel Scruggs, Public Education Foundation 
Mandy Senn, 6 Strong Media 
Jennifer Summerlin, Inline Electric Supply 
Michael Watson, Hamilton County Medical Society 

Representatives of 2018-19 Leadership Chattanooga Class: 

Tippi Montgomery, Cigna 
Jeff Rector, Public Education Foundation
 



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