Holly Bonner With the help of Mayor Andy Berke’s office, the Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce and The Urban League of Greater Chattanooga, a group of UTC students keeps the legacies of Ed Johnson and Styles L. Hutchins alive. Known as the Styles L.
Holly Bonner In Season 2 of Chattanooga Works, host (and Chamber Creative Director) Jeremy Henderson introduces us to the people behind the big ideas and bold businesses everyone is talking about. Catch up on Season 2 episodes of Chattanooga Works
Maria Matthews, Director of Generosity and Donor Relations, The Generosity Trust Check out our latest podcast on Chattanooga's Giving Tuesday initiative. A recent count indicates almost $265,000 raised this week and that number is climbing as participating organizations continue to
This week on Chattanooga Works, we delve into an important topic: how to navigate the job market as an ex-offender. We sit down with Sargent Josh May, Chattanooga Police Department, and Ronald Bristow, Executive Director and Founder of Bottled Tears Ministries, to
David Martin Podcasts here, podcasts there, podcasts are everywhere. Or at least it seems they are. Want to know just how prevalent podcasts are becoming? Here are some recent podcast statistics published by Edison Research: 26 percent of Americans listen to
Amanda Ellis and Betty Proctor Meet Dr. Martina Harris, Assistant Dean of Nursing Chattanooga native Martina Harris, Ed.D., has held positions on all sides of nursing – from 12-hour hospital shifts to insurance, administration and higher education both in the
It's almost that time again – Startup Week. A week-long celebration of wearing yourself out, having a blast and learning new things at more than 100 events for entrepreneurs, professionals and everyone in the community. Following months of extensive planning and a
Eric Lisica If you're heading to the hospital, the last thing you'd think is, “I hope there are nurses working today.” As Chattanooga grows, we'll need more talent across the board, and our latest podcast examines related efforts in the healthcare field.
Amanda Ellis When you consider the concept of talent development and matching the right people with the right jobs – jobs they enjoy, are good at, that provide the right level of income and flexibility − you probably think of
Eric Lisica Someone you know may be struggling with addiction. According to the CDC, healthcare providers wrote 259 million prescriptions for opioid pain relievers in 2012, enough for every adult in America to fill one prescription. Fast forward to 2018, and