Chattanooga Women's Leadership Institute Names Jewell As Membership, Marketing Coordinator

Monday, June 29, 2020
Caroline Jewell
Caroline Jewell

Chattanooga Women’s Leadership Institute announces Caroline Jewell has been hired as the new membership and marketing coordinator. 

Ms. Jewell is a creative producer with five years experience in producing branded content, client relations, recruitment and process implementation in the advertising and marketing sectors. She began her career at Humanaut, a local creative agency, where she learned all the ins and outs of advertising. After three years, she joined RVRB, a local event media agency, to lead a team of creatives. Over the last five years, she has also been active in her freelance business working on commercial photography and branding. 

Outside of work, you will find Ms. Jewell producing in the community through an organization called TMD, that puts on local art and music events. Ms. Jewell enjoys working on creative side projects in her studio, vegetable gardening, and taking her dog, Roland, on walks around town.  

Kim Shumpert, CWLI executive director, said she understands that building a strong team is vital to making a strong recovery from COVID-19. “As we embark on new challenges, it is important to have a team that can respond with empathy, passion, and bold vision for the future. Jewell embodies these values. We are lucky to be adding her to our team,” said Ms. Shumpert. 

Ms. Jewell was drawn to CWLI because she said she believes that women can be the catalyst for company growth, both economically and internally, when women are in positions of leadership.  She has seen this first-hand and she is excited to join a team of strong, female leaders. 

In her role, Ms. Jewell will oversee member engagement, marketing strategies as well as internal and external communications. She demonstrates an enthusiasm for elevating female leaders and ensuring their success through intentionally connected networks.  CWLI offers women across multiple industries more than 40 annual opportunities to grow personally and professionally. Ms. Jewell will begin her career with CWLI on July 6.



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