The Junior League of Chattanooga has announced its 2019-2020 executive board.
Board members are:
President: Sarah Arata, account manager at WestRock Company
President-elect: Melissa White, director of rehabilitation services at CHI Memorial
Vice president of marketing and PR: Samantha Lunn, partner at Husch Blackwell LLP
Vice president of finance: Sarah Johnson, assistant tax manager at Chambliss, Bahner & Stophel
Vice president of community engagement: Natalie Davis, national sales manager at Viatek Consumer Products Group
Vice president of membership development: Katie Nelson, assistant executive director at Finley Stadium
Vice president of fund development: Amy Cloud, director of annual giving and alumni engagement at McCallie School
Nominating and placement chair: Ansley Kellermann Kuneman, marketing and special
events director at Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Chattanooga
Secretary: Amanda Torbett, cardiology clinical pharmacy specialist at Erlanger Heather
Treasurer: Kelsie Mitchell, associate at Husch Blackwell LLP
Executive coordinator: Courtney Brooks Painter, speech-language pathologist at Parkridge
Diversity and inclusion chair: Heather Williams, PCMH manager at Pediatric Health Care
The Junior League was formed in 1917 to empower women through leadership training and development to take action in their communities, according to a news release.
"Each board member brings a fresh perspective and unique experiences to the table, resulting in a cohesive movement as we connect, plan and execute projects throughout the Chattanooga community," Arata said in a statement.
"The Junior League of Chattanooga continues to be a catalyst for positive change and I could not be more grateful."