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The Power Of One For “Voices” At The Women’s Fund

Erika Burnett
The Women’s Fund of Greater Chattanooga
Erika Burnett

(aired Thu 9/30/21)

The Women’s Fund of Greater Chattanooga works to improve the lives of women and girls in our area.

On Wednesday, October 6th - starting at 11:30 AM - the Fund will present Voices 2021.

This year’s virtual program will feature a diverse panel of local women talking about advocacy in education, leadership and health - with the theme of inspiring and embracing the Power of One.

Erika Burnett is executive director of The Women’s Fund.

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