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Front Page - Friday, November 22, 2019

Junior League announces 2019-20 board




The Junior League of Chattanooga has announced the selection of its board of directors for the 2019-20 term.

Front row from left: Amanda Torbett, cardiology clinical pharmacy specialist at Erlanger Health System, secretary; Courtney Brooks Painter, speech-language pathologist at Parkridge Health System, executive coordinator; Sarah Arata, account manager at WestRock Company, president; and Kelsie Mitchell, associate at Husch Blackwell, treasurer.

Pictured in the back row are: Amy Cloud, director of annual giving and alumni engagement at McCallie School, vice president of fund development; Natalie Davis, national sales manager at Viatek Consumer Products Group, vice president of community engagement; Melissa White, director of rehabilitation services at CHI Memorial Healthcare System, president-elect; Heather Williams, PCMH manager at Pediatric Health Care Associates, diversity and inclusion chair; Samantha Lunn, partner at Husch Blackwell, vice president of marketing and public relations; Ansley Kellermann Kuneman, marketing and special events director at Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Chattanooga, nominating and placement chair; and Katie Nelson, assistant executive director at Finley Stadium Complex, vice president of membership development.

Sarah Johnson, assistant tax manager at Chambliss, Bahner & Stophel, is the vice president of finance.

JLC has been impacting the city of Chattanooga since 1917. Its charge for the new year includes continuing its A League of Learners initiative, which supports students throughout Hamilton County, and hosting the Kids in the Kitchen Event in the spring and the Touch-A-Truck event in the fall.

Arata is excited to welcome the 2019-2020 board. “Each member brings a fresh perspective and unique experiences to the table, resulting in a cohesive movement as we plan and execute projects throughout Chattanooga,” she says. “The Junior League of Chattanooga continues to be a catalyst for positive change, and I could not be more grateful.”

Source: JLC