Your Heart, Your Health Women’s Council Is Oct. 26

Friday, October 9, 2020
The Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce Women’s Council virtual program, on Monday, Oct. 26, sponsored by Tennova Healthcare—Cleveland will feature Terran Anderson, community impact director with the American Heart Association. 

Ms. Anderson’s presentation will focus on the importance of the Go Red for Women movement and why women need to be an advocate for their own health. “Heart disease is the #1 killer of American women,” noted Ms. Anderson. “And the COVID-19 pandemic has made the statistics worse.” 

Ms. Anderson grew up in Augusta, Ga. and moved to the Tennessee Valley to attend Lee University. In the past seven years, she has led several of the AHA’s campaigns including Go Red for Women in Chattanooga and Cleveland, Dalton Heart Ball and the Tennessee Valley Heart Walk.
Ms. Anderson serves as community impact director, working to "impact the health of our community in tangible ways that improve heart and brain health."
 
Ms. Anderson is a graduate of Leadership Chattanooga, a member of the Leadership Chattanooga Your Vote Matters committee, member of Chattanooga Women’s Leadership Institute, a graduate of CWLI’s Women Mentoring Women program, Hamilton County Health Disparities Task Force member, City Church volunteer and a mentor. This year she looks forward to serving on the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Community Advisory Committee and Hamilton County  Schools Health Committee. She is married to Matt and has two children, Lillian (nine) and Jack (eight).

The program will begin at 11 a.m. Individual tickets are $15 for Chamber members and $25 for nonmembers. Every paid registration by the event date will receive a $10 gift card to a Chamber member restaurant to enjoy lunch at a later date. Register online at the community calendar at www.clevelandchamber.com or call 423-472-6587 by noon on Thursday, Oct. 22. Chamber members may use admission credits from their tiered investment if available, however should call to register.

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