Megan Alexander To Keynote Chattanooga Praise Breakfast April 16

Friday, February 14, 2020
Megan Alexander
Megan Alexander

Scenic City Women’s Network annual Chattanooga Praise Breakfast featuring keynote speaker Megan Alexander of NBC’s Inside Edition will be Thursday, April 16, 7 a.m. at the Chattanooga Convention Center. 

About Megan Alexander:

Ms. Alexander is an Emmy nominated and national news correspondent, author, speaker and actress. She can be seen every evening on the longest-running, top rated syndicated national news magazine television show NBC’s Inside Edition. For the past two seasons, she covered Thursday Night Football as a special correspondent for CBS News.

She has built a thriving career without compromising her faith. She is passionate about equipping people to live out their faith, using her personal experience to help others see the practical implications of their faith by taking a “Seat at the Table".

Author of the successful new book “Faith in the Spotlight”: Thriving in Your Career While Staying True to Your Beliefs, Ms. Alexander gives inspiring, real-life examples of why women can—and should—lead in the workplace. 

Special music will be provided by the Praise Choir from Olivet Baptist Church.

Jan Silvious, author, counselor and popular speaker, will receive the prestigious Lydia Award.  Ms. Silvious will be presented this award for her extraordinary work living her faith in the marketplace.  She is the author of several books, including Big Girls Don’t Whine and Fool-Proofing Your Life. On the radio, Ms. Silvious enjoys interacting with the hosts on “Midday Connection,” as well as other national interview shows, including co-hosting the nationally broadcast call-in program, “Precept Live” with Kay Arthur.

Early Bird Pricing:  Individual seats: $30 or table of eight is: $240.  Sponsorship opportunities are also available. This event is open to the public to both men and women.

For reservations visit www.scwn.org or call 698-6262.  

SCWN is a not for profit, 501C3 organization.



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