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Front Page - Friday, January 4, 2019

Chattanooga Women’s Leadership Institute announces mentoring program graduates




Chattanooga Women’s Leadership Institute’s mentoring program, Women Mentoring Women, recently graduated 16 women at Chambliss Law.

The annual program is made up of eight sessions which teach women how to mentor others and develop additional leadership capabilities. The program included 11 presenters who discussed topics ranging from person branding, to professional communication, to generational mentoring.

This year’s participants included:

  • Kelli Ballard, EPB
  • Heather Beam, Koch Foods
  • Mackenzie Butera, The Jump Fund
  • Clare Conway, Girls Inc.
  • Kelly Drake, The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
  • Mary Edwards, Chambliss Center for Children
  • Shauntae Fluellen, First Tennessee Bank
  • Janie Hawkins, Unum
  • Sande Lambert, Signal Centers
  • Andrea Lewis, Reliance Human Capital Management
  • Lauren Obermark, EPB
  • Chantel Pitts, First Tennessee Bank
  • Penny Selman, TVA
  • Tara Viland, The Signal
  • Velma Wilson, Cleaning Solutions

“Chattanooga is a richer community because of the value these women provide and the mentorship they plan to provide going forward,” says Stefanie Mansueto, a relationship executive at JP Morgan Chase Commercial Banking, a member of CWLI’s board of directors and chair of the CWLI Women Mentoring Women Committee.

Women Mentoring Women will be rebranded in 2019 as “Women 2 Watch” and will last two semesters – one for training and one for application.

Source: CWLI