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United For Working Families, Episode 8: First Things First

Mother and child photo on First Things First website.
First Things First
Mother and child photo on First Things First website.

In this series, we explore the impact that workplace policies have on our local families and children - and how United Way of Greater Chattanooga is looking to close the gaps.

For this episode, we talk about flexibility with Lauren Hall, President and CEO of First Things First - and Jessica Pilcher, Director of United for Working Families at United Way of Greater Chattanooga.

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