Rotaract Club Of Chattanooga Announces New Member Class Of 2021

Monday, March 1, 2021
The Rotaract Club of Chattanooga announced it has added six new members to the organization. Rotaract is a Rotary-sponsored service club for young professionals, age 22-35, who put service to others above self in an effort to enhance their local community.
 
“We are excited to announce our new member class of 2021 and welcome these future community leaders to our organization,” said Matt Wayne, president of Rotaract Club of Chattanooga. “The past year has been challenging for families, businesses, and organizations alike, but we remain committed to serving the Chattanooga community and providing opportunities for our city’s young professionals to network and give back in ways big and small.”
 
2021 New Member Class: 
 
Reid Belew, Marketing manager, Center for Urban Informatics and Progress
Olivia Brown, Marketing supervisor, Tranco Global
Meghan Jackson, Business Development representative, WorX Solutions
Davis McDougal, Technical Sales and Product manager, Synthetic Turf Resources
Lauren Schuman, Organization Effectiveness manager, Kenco
Wells Wright, Consultant – Employee Benefits, Marsh & McLennan Agency
 
2021 Board of Directors:
 
President: Matt Wayne, attorney, Copeland, Stair, Kingma & Lovell, LLP
Vice President: Austin Corcoran, manager of Talent Attraction and Retention, Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce 
Secretary: Margaret Morgan, Trust Association, Pendleton Square Trust Company
Treasurer: Justin Whitaker, Commercial Banker, J.P.
Morgan Chase & Co.
Communications Chair: Micah Johnson, chief operating officer and senior vice president, Bridge Public Affairs
Programs Chair: David Clark, client executive, RSS Insurance
Service Co-Chair: Julia Bursch, director of Operations and Special Projects, River City Company
Service Co-Chair: Cassidy Barnett, workplace consultant, CBI
Social Chair: Michael Allen, project manager, Shaw Sports Turf
Membership Chair: Conner Holmes, designer engineer II, Mueller Water Products
Past President: Caroline Walker, Commercial Banking Relationship manager, Truist

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