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2015 Young Memphis: Noah Glenn, City Leadership

Noah Glenn loves to make music and so, of course, he was drawn to Memphis. But it was the food that first captured his heart. “There’s a lot of great food here,” the 29-year-old said. “I’ve always been impressed by the number of local, unique restaurants…. Memphis has so many places that you wouldn’t find anywhere else.”
Posted: 10/27/2015 11:08:21 AM | with 0 comments


From Public Service to Private Sector: Fueling Positive Change in Memphis

When Shea Flinn stepped into the local political spotlight as a Memphis City Council member in early 2007, he did so with a number of priorities, visions and hopes for the city in his hip pocket. Those specific goals aside, the driving force behind Flinn’s desire to fuel positive change in Memphis basically boiled down to some very simple advice from his grandfather.
Posted: 10/20/2015 7:30:00 AM | with 0 comments


2015 Young Memphis: Brent Hooks, Allworld Project Management

Brent Hooks, 25, learned early that the spirit of entrepreneurship in his family was about giving, not getting. Relatives like his mother and grandmother introduced him to the world of business, and he selected accounting and finance to study at the University of Memphis, not only because he was skilled in numbers, but because he knew he could help others with it.
Posted: 10/13/2015 12:55:44 PM | with 0 comments


tnAchieves: Become a Mentor. Make a Difference.

Last year Governor Haslam announced his vision for every Tennessee high school graduate to have the opportunity to obtain a postsecondary certificate or associate's degree free of tuition and mandatory fees. This vision became a reality when the Legislature passed the Tennessee Promise Scholarship Act in April of that year. Now, thousands of students in Memphis  have the opportunity to further their education and gain access to better jobs and salaries.
Posted: 10/12/2015 7:30:00 AM | with 0 comments


Carter Brings Focus to Chamber Leadership Roles

Trey Carter is big on focus, very big. 
 
His savvy about the local workforce and his ability to see the big picture while handling the immediate task at hand has made him a successful entrepreneur and a valuable member of the Greater Memphis Chamber. 
Posted: 10/6/2015 10:19:24 AM | with 0 comments



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The latest news from the Greater Memphis Chamber. For more information, contact Director of Communications Christina Meek at (901) 543-3504 (cmeek@memphischamber.com) or Communications Specialist Jenny C. Fish at (901) 543-3558 (jfish@memphischamber.com).

 

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