Ursula Carter Joins Grant Konvalinka And Harrison

Monday, June 1, 2020

Grant Konvalinka & Harrison, P.C. announces Ursula Carter has been hired as firm administrator.

"Ursula joins the practice with over 15 years of experience in operations, finance and office
management," officials said.

Ms. Carter will be responsible for the firm’s daily operations by providing administrative and human resources support for the firm and its support staff. She started in this role on May 27.

Ms. Carter and her family returned to Chattanooga in 2018 after living in Flossmoor, Il. for 15
years. She is originally from Columbus, Ga. and is a graduate of the University of Georgia,
Athens. Ms. Carter is an avid college football fan and is anxiously awaiting the next season of SEC
football.

“I know that with my varied work experiences in general office management, facilities
management and HR issues, I will be an asset to the firm. I look forward to contributing to
Grant Konvalinka & Harrison, P.C.’s legacy of dedication and responsiveness.”


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