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Learn how to lead with empathy during this community event

Young professionals are invited to attend Great Conversations, an annual event fostering meaningful connections + discussions with other emerging leaders in our region.

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Emerging Leaders is a group of young professionals committed to making Chattanooga a better place to live, work, and play.

Photo courtesy of United Way of Greater Chattanooga

Calling all young professionals: Registration is now open for Great Conversations, a night of meaningful networking and insightful discussions among growing leaders in our region happening on Thursday, March 7 from 5-7:30 p.m.

This year’s annual event, put on by United Way of Greater Chattanooga’s Emerging Leaders group at the Mac Avenue Event Space, will focus on the transformative power of leading with empathy. Attendees will hear from local professionals and engage with their peers to gain valuable insights into empathetic leadership.

The lineup of expert panelists includes:

  • Rachel Ward, Public Health Analyst with the CDC
  • Reginald F. Smith, Executive Director at The Bethlehem Center
  • DeJuan Jordan, co-CEO of Launch Chattanooga
  • Brittany Carman, HHM CPAs

Tickets are $15, but are free for Emerging Leaders members.

Bonus: This is just one of many Emerging Leaders opportunities to connect with the community + other local young professionals. See the benefits of becoming a member.

RSVP to join the conversation