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Breakfast Meeting



Story and photography By Joyce Taylor

Cable is one of Tennessee’s largest and most established networks of diverse professionals, bringing women together through professional development, networking and education. Ginna Foster Cannon was the speaker for their August breakfast meeting at Stones River Country Club.

Introducing Dr. Foster, Andrea Loughry, shared Foster’s impressive resume: degree from Harvard, master’s from Columbia Business School and another from Vanderbilt, along with a doctorate and post-doctorate from MTSU. She recently began a job with our Chamber, joining the staff of the Convention & Visitors Bureau. This led to her work with the Rutherford Arts Alliance (RAA), the subject of her keynote address. The RAA focuses on nurturing creativity, establishing creative place-making, advocating for the Arts and identifying where there are gaps in creative offerings. Arts and tourism together drive economic impact within our community.

For information on joining Cable, visit www.rutherfordcable.org and for more information on RAA, visit www.rutherfordartsalliance.org.

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