The Chattanooga Theatre Centre has appointed seven new members to its board of directors, each of whom brings valuable professional and personal skills to the non-profit organization’s governing board.
Newly elected to the board are Kim Jackson, Lisi Phillips, Alfred Smith, Rodney Strong, LaFrederick Thirkill, Marte Williams, and Kat Wright.
Jackson is an actor, teacher, and community volunteer; Phillips is a Starshine Friends teacher at Highland Plaza United Methodist Preschool; and Smith is of counsel with the law firm of Miller & Martin. Strong is a retired Assistant District Attorney with the Hamilton County District Attorney’s Office, and Thirkill is principal at Orchard Knob Elementary School.
Williams is executive administrative assistant to the Vice President of Provider Networks and Contracting at BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee. Wright is Program Coordinator for Public Art Chattanooga.
Founded in 1923, the Chattanooga Theatre Centre is one of the oldest and largest community theatres in the Southeast. The Theatre Centre produces high-caliber theatrical productions and provides volunteer and educational opportunities for people of all ages.
Posted October 18, 2019
We're in need of a makeover for our 100th Anniversary, and we want your help to give our space new life for CTC's next act. When you support the Centennial CakeOver, you're not only celebrating 100 years of high-quality community theatre, you're giving that experience to future generations.