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Deb Socia Reflects On Her Role At The Enterprise Center

Deb Socia
The Enterprise Center
Deb Socia

For the past five years, Deb Socia has served as president and CEO of The Enterprise Center here in Chattanooga.

The nonprofit’s mission - quote: “Unite people, organizations and technology to provide an advanced and inclusive future for our community.”

From digital equity during the pandemic to Chattamatters - whose stories we share with you here on “Scenic Roots” and WUTC - the impact of The Enterprise Center resonates across Chattanooga and beyond.

Later this year, Deb Socia will step back from her role at the Center - and the search is on for a new president and CEO.

The other day, Deb stopped by our studio for a few reflections.

Ray is the host and producer of Scenic Roots, Mondays - Thursdays at 3 PM on WUTC.
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