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Virginia Anne Sharber

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Chattanooga Women's Leadership Institute

HQ Phone:  (423) 394-8173

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Chattanooga Women's Leadership Institute

2444 Broad Street

Chattanooga, Tennessee,37408

United States

Company Description

CWLI is a non-profit, membership organization whose mission is to increase the leadership capabilities and influence of women in the Chattanooga community. Through a variety of networking, training and educational programs, CWLI provides its more than 500 memb... more.

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Background Information

Affiliations

Chattanooga Girls Leadership Academy

Board Member


Memorial

Many Boards


Community Foundation of Greater Chattanooga Inc

Many Boards


Bright School

Many Boards


Baylor School

Many Boards


Chattanooga Symphony

Many Boards


Chattanooga Public Art Committee

Committee


UNITED WAY'S

Board Member


CGLA Governance

Board Member


Young Women's Leadership Academy Foundation

Board Member


Chattanooga Neighborhood Enterprise Inc

Board Member


Girls , Inc.

Program Committee Chair On the Board


Parent Alliance

Board Member


Chattanooga Bar Association

Member


Tennessee Bar Association

Member


Siskin Children's Institute

Member of the Advisory Council


M&M Business Interruption

Member


Mid-South Commercial Law Institute

Board Member


American Bar Association

Member


Miller & Martin PLLC

Of Counsel


Education

B.A.

Real Estate

Vanderbilt University


J.D.

University of Tennessee School of Law


bachelor's degree

Vanderbilt University , Nashville


law degree

University of Tennessee , Knoxville


Web References(49 Total References)


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Virginia Anne Sharber - Of Counsel, Miller and Martin PLLC


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Virginia Anne Sharber is a member of the law firm of Miller & Martin, PLLC, practicing primarily in commercial lending and commercial real estate development since 1984.
She serves on the diversity committee and is a co-leader of the female attorneys' affinity group. Vice president of the Women's Leadership Institute, Ms. Sharber serves on the Institute's committees that design and implement the "Women Mentoring Women" program. She is also on the executive and program committees of the Community Foundation of Greater Chattanooga Women's Fund, which seeks to make Chattanooga a place where women flourish personally, economically and professionally. A 1989 graduate of Leadership Chattanooga, Ms. Sharber previously served as program committee chair on the board of Girls, Inc. and is a past board chair of the Community Foundation, Allied Arts, the Bright School and the Memorial Health Care Systems Foundation. In 1996, she was president of the Junior League of Chattanooga when it received a national award for partnering with primarily female residents of the Westside community in an effort that resulted in the Westside Community Development Corporation.


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Those additions include Dr. Carol Berz of the Chattanooga City Council, Andrew Kean of Alderman Holdings, Adam Kinsey of the Chattanooga Choo Choo, Virginia Anne Sharber of the Hunter Museum of American Art, and Sabrena Smedley of the Hamilton County Commission.
Virginia Anne Sharber, appointed the Hunter Museum's sixth executive director in 2015, holds a J.D. from the University of Tennessee School of Law and practiced law for 25 years with Miller & Martin. Sharber has served on many boards including ArtsBuild, the Bill Holmberg Arts Leadership Institute, and the Cultural Cabinet of ArtsBuild (which oversaw the Imagine Chattanooga 2020 cultural planning process), the Chattanooga Symphony & Opera, the Community Foundation of Greater Chattanooga, Memorial Health Care Foundation, Chattanooga Women's Leadership Institute, Women's Fund of Greater Chattanooga, Baylor School, Chattanooga Girls Leadership Academy, Bright School, the Chattanooga Rotary Club, and the Metropolitan YMCA. Appointed by then Mayor Bob Corker, Sharber chaired the Chattanooga Public Art Committee during the 21st Century Waterfront development and is again serving as chair of the Public Art Committee. At the request of Mayor Andy Berke, Sharber co-chaired the Chattanooga Forward Arts & Culture task force in 2014.


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Virginia Anne Sharber


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Virginia Anne Sharber is a member of the law firm of Miller & Martin, PLLC,
practicing primarily in commercial lending and commercial real estate development since 1984. She serves on the diversity committee and is a co-leader of the female attorneys' affinity group. Vice president of the Women's Leadership Institute, Sharber serves on the Institute's committees that design and implement the "Women Mentoring Women" program. She is also on the executive and program committees of the Community Foundation of Greater Chattanooga Women's Fund, which seeks to make Chattanooga a place where women flourish personally, economically and professionally. A 1989 graduate of Leadership Chattanooga, Sharber previously served as program committee chair on the board of Girls, Inc. and is a past board chair of the Community Foundation, Allied Arts, the Bright School and the Memorial Health Care Systems Foundation. In 1996, she was president of the Junior League of Chattanooga when it received a national award for partnering with primarily female residents of the Westside Community Development Corporation.


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