Women In Business Luncheon
The Roane County Chamber will be hosting a Women in Business Luncheon Series. This 4-Part Series is envisioned as a way to reach women in the community by gathering intelligent and inspiring speakers who can speak to issues that touch the lives of all women. This program will consist of 4 annual “seminars” which will feature a catered lunch as well as a new speaker for each date. Our line-up for this year is one you won’t want to miss!
The sessions will be $50 each (this will cover both the seminar portion and the catered lunch that day) and admission for all 4 sessions that year will be a discounted rate of $150. We are also still accepting sponsorships for this program for $1,000 for the year. Sponsors will be recognized in all advertisements (mailed, social media, online, etc.) and at the event itself. This is a great program that if you are interested, we would love to have you help us promote. For more information on tickets or sponsoring, please call Tori May-Holt at the Chamber at 865-376-5572 ext. 205. The dates and times for the seminar sessions are as follows:
- Wednesday, September 29 (12:00pm – 1:30pm) Dr. LaDonna McFall (Director of Roane County Schools) - The Walden Event Center, 503 N. Roane St, Harriman, Tn 37748
- Wednesday, November 17 (12:00pm – 1:30pm) Teresa Duncan (Roane State Community College – Workforce Development) – The REC, 241 W. Rockwood St, Rockwood, Tn, 37854
- Wednesday, January 19 (12:00pm – 1:30pm) Niki Stephanie Nicholas (Superintendent of Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area, Obed Wild & Scenic River, Manhattan Project National Historical Park (Site Manager for Oak Ridge) – Oliver Springs Historical Society, 301 Kingston Avenue, Oliver Springs, Tn 37840
- Wednesday, March 23 (12:00pm – 1:30pm) Chris Evans-Longmire (Executive Director of Kids First Child Advocacy Center of the Ninth Judicial District) – Greenwood School Education Foundation, 726 Greenwood St, Kingston, Tn, 37763
We hope that you would like to join us for this new program as we feel it will fill a large need in our community. We all know so many inspiring women who have touched our lives, and with this program we hope we can reach an audience of women who are looking to change the lives of others.