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A Community Journey For Human Development At The Chattery

Banner for The Chattery’s Human Development series.
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Banner for The Chattery’s Human Development series.

At The Chattery, the learning nonprofit here in Chattanooga, most of the classes focus inward - on how to improve your skills or how to create.

But the Human Development program at The Chattery, announced earlier this year, features classes and workshops that focus outward - on how we treat each other and how we should treat each other.

Later this month and for the next two months, the program will feature a national speaker.

Jennifer Holder and Shawanda Mason are cofounders of The Chattery.

Shawanda Mason and Jennifer Holder, The Chattery’s co-founders.
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Shawanda Mason and Jennifer Holder, The Chattery’s co-founders.

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