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What “Doing The Work” Looks Like At Hinton & Company

Wade Hinton
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Wade Hinton

Wade Hinton - born and raised here in Chattanooga - is a lawyer and business leader who ran for Mayor earlier this year.

His roles across the public and private sectors include City Attorney, Deputy General Counsel at Volkswagen - and Vice President of Inclusion and Diversity at Unum.

Recently, he launched Hinton & Company, a diversity and inclusion consulting business for organizations.

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