Friday, September 30, 2016 01:27 PM


This is the new Protg Chattanooga class. (Photo: Contributed)

The Young Professionals Association of Chattanooga recently announced selections for its 20162017 Protg mentorship program.

"We are thrilled to welcome this years protgs to a mentorship program we know will advance their professional strengths and skills by giving them quality time with some of Chattanooga's top leaders," YPAC PresidentCallie Starnes said in a prepared statement.

Protg Chattanooga is a nine-month, team-based mentoring program that aims to help young professionals who are early in their careers. Click here[1] for more information.

This years class is:

Joseph Cadle, business development consultant, TennesseeDepartment of Economic and Community DevelopmentAmy Donahue, director of marketing and communications, River City Co.Maurice Fider, communications assistant, Chattanooga Area Chamber of CommerceChelsea Tackett Garcia, manager, Henderson Hutcherson & McCulloughKaitlyn Grosch, coordinator/process manager, MediTractErin Harrell, assistant director of Project Inspire, Public Education FoundationKatie Jackson, operations and programs coordinator, Womens Fund of Greater ChattanoogaGreta Jansen, human resources generalist, ATN Hoelzel LPJohn Jolley, staff attorney, Legal Aid of East TennesseeAndrew LaFevor, teacher,Red Bank Middle SchoolChelsea Sadler, executive assistant/project manager, cityof Chattanooga, Mayor Andy Berkes OfficeChris Sislo, wealth manager, HHM Wealth AdvisorsKelly Spencer, communications coordinator, ...

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