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  • Saturday, August 04, 2007 3:25 PM | Anonymous
    Chattanoogan Nancy Harrison was awarded the Executive Women International Fellows scholarship, a corporate level program that awards financial assistance to active EWI representatives admitted to qualified college degree programs.
    "The Fellows Awards are a wonderful opportunity for active EWI representatives to enhance their personal and professional development," said Peggy Quinn, director of education/professional development for EWI.

    EWI is a non-profit organization of leading business, service and professional companies.
  • Wednesday, August 01, 2007 3:25 PM | Anonymous
    Executive Women International® (EWI), Chattanooga's premier organization for networking and leadership development recently installed three new representatives.
    Pam Grant of Catoosa County Climate Controlled & Regular Storage, Kelley Eblin of Republic Parking System and Mandy Senn of Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce were installed at the August meeting, bringing the total number of member firms to 54.

    EWI is a nonprofit organization of leading business, service and professional companies. It is unique in that the firm is the member, as opposed to the individual. Professional development, much of it at no cost, is available to all employees of member firms. Look at ewichattanooga.org to see if the firm you work for is a member. Membership is by invitation only. For more information please see ewichattanooga.org or phone Carolyn Stringer at 423-757-5641.
  • Monday, July 30, 2007 3:24 PM | Anonymous
    Chattanoogan Nancy Harrison was awarded the Executive Women International Fellows scholarship, a corporate level program that awards financial assistance to active EWI representatives admitted to qualified college degree programs.
     

    One of only three scholarship recipients nationwide, Ms. Harrison currently is in the paralegal studies program at Chattanooga State Technical Community College.

    She also is employed in the law offices of Lloyd Stanley.

    "The Fellows Awards are a wonderful opportunity for active EWI representatives to enhance their personal and professional development," said Peggy Quinn, director of education/professional development for EWI.

    Ms. Harrison lives in the Signal Mountain area.

    EWI is a non-profit organization of leading business, service and professional companies.
  • Monday, July 16, 2007 3:23 PM | Anonymous
    Executive Women International, Chattanooga's premier organization for networking and leadership development is hosting a Caricature Wine Tasting this Tuesday, July 17, from 6-8:30 p.m. at the Gallery Café. Chattanooga Times Free Press award-winning editorial cartoonist, Bruce Plante will be on hand creating individual caricatures. For more information, call 424-2195.
  • Friday, July 13, 2007 3:22 PM | Anonymous
    Executive Women International installed four new representatives.


    Left to right are Jill Craddock, Holly McGlocklin and Cynthia Olive.

    Jill Craddock of Courtyard & Residence Inn by Marriott, Cynthia Olive of Closet Factory, Holly McGlocklin of Huffaker & Trimble and Tara Zimmerman of Computerized Payroll Solutions were installed at the July meeting, bringing the total number of member firms to 52.

    EWI is a nonprofit organization of leading business, service and professional companies. It is unique in that the firm is the member, as opposed to the individual.

    Professional development, much of it at no cost, is available to all employees of member firms, officials said.

    Membership is by invitation only. For more information, call Carolyn Stringer at 423-757-5641.
  • Friday, July 13, 2007 3:20 PM | Anonymous
    Chattanoogan Nancy Harrison was awarded the Executive Women International Fellows scholarship, a corporate level program that awards financial assistance to active EWI representatives admitted to qualified college degree programs.


    One of only three scholarship recipients nationwide, Ms. Harrison currently is in the paralegal studies program at Chattanooga State Technical Community College.

    She also is employed in the law offices of Lloyd Stanley.

    "The Fellows Awards are a wonderful opportunity for active EWI representatives to enhance their personal and professional development," said Peggy Quinn, director of education/professional development for EWI.

    Ms. Harrison lives in the Signal Mountain area.

    EWI is a non-profit organization of leading business, service and professional companies.

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  • Tuesday, July 10, 2007 3:19 PM | Anonymous
    Executive Women International ® (EWI), Chattanooga's premier organization for networking and leadership development recently installed four new representatives.


    Jill Craddock of Courtyard & Residence Inn by Marriott,Holly McGlocklin of Huffaker & Trimble, Cynthia Olive of Closet Factory and Tara Zimmerman (not pictured) of Computerized Payroll Solutions were installed at the July meeting, bringing the total number of member firms to 52.

    EWI is a nonprofit organization of leading business, service and professional companies. It is unique in that the firm is the member, as opposed to the individual. Professional development, much of it at no cost, is available to all employees of member firms. Look at ewichattanooga.org to see if the firm you work for is a member. Membership is by invitation only. For more information please see ewichattanooga.org or phone Carolyn Stringer at 423-757-5641.
  • Monday, July 09, 2007 3:18 PM | Anonymous
    Executive Women International ® (EWI), Chattanooga's premier organization for networking and leadership development is hosting a “Caricature Wine Tasting” on Tuesday, July 17, 2007 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Open to the adult public, the wine tasting will be held at the Gallery Café. Chattanooga Times Free Press' award-winning editorial cartoonist Bruce Plante will be on hand creating individual caricatures.

    Tickets, at $35 per person, include wine, hors d'oeuvres and a caricature. (Late arrivals cannot be guaranteed a caricature.) Tickets are limited and must be purchased in advance. Please contact Lynda Childress, 423-424-2195 or email LChildress@LukenHoldings.com.
  • Wednesday, May 23, 2007 11:12 AM | Anonymous
    The Chattanooga Chapter of Executive Women International celebrated its 20th anniversary at the Walden Club.

  • Friday, May 18, 2007 11:05 AM | Anonymous
    The Chattanooga Chapter of Executive Women International (EWI) has celebrated its 20th anniversary. Festivities took place at the Walden Club, a member firm.


    Award certificates were given to the chartering firms. From left, Eva Dillard, President of United Way of Greater Chattanooga; Joey James, representative for Chattanooga Head Start; Catherine Cox, representative for Lyndhurst Foundation; Priscilla Williams, representative for Erlanger Health Systems; Tony Killen, Cold Drink Manager for Chattanooga Coca-Cola Bottling Company and Keith Holt, Treasurer and Controller for Chattanooga Bakery.
    A video presentation highlighting the chartering board of 1987 and current member firms and representatives was played during the opening reception and dinner.

    Following dinner, Nancy Harrison, president of the chapter, and representative of the Law Offices of Lloyd Stanley, presented award certificates to the chartering firms: Eva Dillard, President of United Way of Greater Chattanooga; Joey James, representative for Chattanooga Head Start; Catherine Cox, representative for Lyndhurst Foundation; Priscilla Williams, representative for Erlanger Health Systems; Tony Killen, Cold Drink Manager for Chattanooga Coca-Cola Bottling Company and Keith Holt, Treasurer and Controller for Chattanooga Bakery. Not in attendance was AT&T SouthEast.


    Past chapter presidents were recognized. Chartering representatives were presented with award certificates: Nancy Templeton, chartering president; Catherine Cox; Sandy Wright; Priscilla Williams; Carolyn Stringer; Geneva Smith; and Fredia Higdon.

    Bruce Plante, Editorial Cartoonist for The Chattanooga Times Free Press, presented a program featuring his cartoons from years past. He then drew caricatures of the chartering representatives.

    EWI was established in 1938 and the Chattanooga Chapter Chartered in 1987 as an association of businesswomen dedicated to personal and professional growth. Chapter members come together for networking, recognition, exchange of information and ideas, leadership and service opportunities. The Chattanooga Chapter has nearly 50 member firms.

     Past chapter presidents were recognized. From left, Nancy Templeton, chartering president; Catherine Cox; Sandy Wright; Priscilla Williams; Carolyn Stringer; Geneva Smith; and Fredia Higdon. [Editor Note: The photo is of chartering representatives, some of whom happen to be past presidents.]

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