Gain Chattanooga Insights Nov. 17-18


Chattanooga Insight, a program of the Chattanooga Chamber, provides an overview of our city and county that’s perfect for newcomers – or for those who want to learn more about these topics:

  • economic development
  • public safety
  • regional planning
  • schools
  • neighborhoods
  • the arts
  • quality of life

Nov. 11 is the deadline to register for this two-day program that takes place Nov. 17-18.

Sessions take place 7:45 a.m. to 5 p.m. Nov. 17 and 8 a.m. to noon Nov. 18, both at St. Paul’s Episcopal, 305 W. 7th St., Chattanooga, TN 37402.

Participants enjoy a continental breakfast both days and lunch on Thursday, Nov. 17.

The fee is $300 for attendees who do not belong to the Chattanooga Chamber and $250 for Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce members.

While the final speaker schedule will be confirmed soon, past speakers include:

  • Hamilton County Mayor Jim Coppinger
  • Chattanooga Mayor Andy Berke
  • City Police Chief Fred Fletcher 
  • Charles Wood, Chattanooga Chamber
  • Bridgett Massengill, Thrive 2055
  • Kim White, River City Company
  • Dan Bowers, ArtsBuild
  • Rodney Van Valkenburg, ArtsBuild
  • Kirk Kelly, Hamilton County Department of Education
  • Jared Bigham, Chattanooga 2.0

“Chattanooga Insight provides an excellent opportunity to network with other participants and to meet elected representatives, as well as area business, community and arts leaders,” said Diane Parks, Director, Leadership & Community Development with the Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce. “If you’re not new to the community and you know someone who is, please let them know about the program. You never know who they might meet.”

Register for Chattanooga Insight here

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