‘The Great Conversation’ by United Way of Greater Knoxville
“The Great Conversation” is an event by United Way of Greater Knoxville to bring young professionals together with Knoxville’s top business and community leaders. The event, hosted by the Young Leaders’ Society, features food, drink and conversation. A networking cocktail hour precedes dinner to meet and chat with peers and community leaders. Ticket price includes access to the event, two drink tickets, dinner and dessert. Additional drink tickets will be available for $6 each.
The 2020 table hosts are: Charme Allen, district attorney general, Knox County; Colleen Cruze Bhatti, owner, Cruze Farms; Shanna Browning, portfolio manager and community outreach specialist, First Century Bank; Dino Cartwright, marketing and promotion, Dinomite Events; Louis Fernandez, news and sports journalist, WBIR; Amanda Hara, anchor and executive producer, WVLT; Shea Kidd Houze, dean of students and assistant vice chancellor for student life, University of Tennessee; Lance Hull, marketing manager, 21st Mortgage Corporation; Glenn Jacobs, mayor, Knox County; Sarah Kuban, programming director, Discovery Inc. and Magnolia; Dave Miller, East Tennessee Region president, First Horizon Bank; Cavanaugh Mims, president, Visionary Solutions LLC; Patricia Nash, president and CEO, Patricia Nash Designs; Mike Odom, president and CEO, Knoxville Chamber; Jack Neely, executive director, Knoxville History Project; Tearsa Smith, news anchor, WATE; Wes Stowers, president and CEO, Stowers Machinery Corporation; and Charlotte Tolley, Knoxville Farmers’ Market representative and executive director, Nourish Knoxville.