EWI Chapter Makes Donation for U.T.C. Scholarship - press release

Saturday, April 07, 2007 10:53 AM | Anonymous
The Chattanooga Chapter of Executive Women International (EWI) recently made a contribution to the Jean Bradford Memorial Scholarship Endowment Fund. Twenty-one awards have been made since the establishment of this scholarship fund for women. The criteria specifies special consideration be given to displaced homemakers and single mothers. Preference is given to students who have gone through UTC's Center of Community Career Education Educational Opportunity Center.


Pictured from front left is Nathaniel Pinkard, Director of Development at UTC; Tanya Travis of Miller & Martin PLLC; Margaret Browning of Coca-Cola Bottling Company; Barbara Verhine, administrative coordinator to the UTC Chancellor; Karen Hannifin of Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union; Lori Pruett of FedEx Kinko's; Nancy Harrison of the Law Offices of Lloyd Stanley; and Dr. Roger Brown, UTC Chancellor.
Nancy Harrison, president of the chapter and representing the Law Offices of Lloyd Stanley, says, "Executive Women International members raise scholarship funds through our Annual Barnyard Auction and other fund raisers with support from many of Chattanooga's premier businesses. Our members cheer on the recipients every year at our December meeting. Their testimonials regarding the difference we have made in their lives through our donations keep us working year round."

EWI was established in 1938 and the Chattanooga Chapter Chartered in 1987 as an association of businesswomen dedicated to personal and professional growth. Chapter members come together for networking, recognition, exchange of information and ideas, leadership and service opportunities. The Chattanooga Chapter is a who's who of leading companies and educational institutions, including The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, with approximately 45 member firms participating in our fund raising efforts.

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