Young Professionals of Chattanooga Announces 2020-21 Protégé Mentees

Chattanooga Chamber

The Young Professionals of Chattanooga (YPC) and the Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce congratulate members of the 2020-21 class of Protégé Chattanooga. This diverse group of early and mid-career professionals represent a variety of industry sectors across the Chattanooga region including hospitality, financial services, nonprofit, public relations, education and more.

Designed to help emerging talent develop their professional and civic leadership skills, Protégé Chattanooga is an immersive, team-based mentoring program. Over the course of nine months, participants will connect with their peers and distinguished community mentors to develop and enhance their potential as emerging business and civic leaders in the Chattanooga area. Protégé  Chattanooga activities this year will be virtual for the foreseeable future. 

“Protégé Chattanooga continues to provide a platform for diverse young professionals to learn from dynamic leaders in the Chattanooga region,” says Miles Huff, Chamber Senior Director of Talent Initiatives. “The mentees are engaged with diverse leaders from across many sectors, and graduate with a greater knowledge of how they can use their unique skillsets to impact our community. We at the Chamber can’t wait to watch these leaders do great things together this year.”

Members of the 2020-21 Protégé Chattanooga cohort include:

Roenesha Anderson, River City Company
Rhett Bentley, Thrive Regional Partnership
Lucy Blancett, CMC Publications – CityScope & HealthScope Magazines
Brittney Burns, Unum
Matthew Cates, WTCI-PBS
Ashley Clay, T-Mobile Customer Experience Center
Rosite Delgado, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Madeline Dock, PlayCore
David Goodloe, Branch Technology, Inc.
Daniel Hekman, Pest Tech Chattanooga
Gwendolyn Kennedy, Grant, Konvalinka & Harrison, P.C.
Lya Kimbrough, The Enterprise Center
Morgan Mixner
Joshua Murphy, Tennessee Valley Authority
Sara Neumann, United Way of Greater Chattanooga
Abigail Overstreet, Tennessee Valley Authority
Michael Parton, Terracon Consulting, Inc.
Stephanie Pyke, Money Lit
Lily Quinn, Alleo Health System, Hospice of Chattanooga
Kayleigh Reeves, Xpress Global Systems
Matthew Sadler, Terracon Consulting, Inc.
Murphy Sauceman, BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee
Logan Threadgill, Chambliss, Bahner & Stophel, P.C.
Daniel Williamson, Enterprise Holdings
Erroll Wynn Jr., The Company Lab

Learn more about Protégé Chattanooga here. Young Professionals of Chattanooga is a program of the Chattanooga Chamber Foundation.

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