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Girls Incorporated of Chattanooga

Inspiring all girls to be strong, smart and bold.

aka Girls Inc. of Chattanooga   |   CHATTANOOGA, TN   |  www.girlsincofchatt.org

Mission

At Girls Inc. of Chattanooga, we inspire and equip all girls to be strong, smart and bold leaders in their families, their community and society.

Ruling year info

1962

Interim CEO

Toccora Johnson

Main address

4505 Brainerd Road, Suite 110

CHATTANOOGA, TN 37411 USA

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EIN

62-0647145

NTEE code info

Youth Development Programs (O50)

IRS filing requirement

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Our programs

SOURCE: Self-reported by organization

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Bookworm Club

This literacy initiative strives to improve the literacy skills of girls in 1st-3rd grade by promoting a love of reading. Participants are equipped to succeed in school and thrive in the Girls Inc. Experience.

Population(s) Served
Children and youth

Where we work

Our Sustainable Development Goals

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Goals & Strategy

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Charting impact

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Girls Inc. of Chattanooga
Strategic Plan 2019-2023 (Summary)
Vision
That Girls Inc. of Chattanooga leads the way in empowering girls in an equitable society – helping girls pursue their individual dreams and opportunities to reach their full potential for impacting the world around them.
Mission
Girls Inc. of Chattanooga inspires and prepares girls to be strong, smart and bold leaders within their families, their community and society.
Values-Girls Inc. of Chattanooga:
• Recognizes and supports the strength in every girl
• Respects the dignity of each human being and demonstrates genuine care and concern for the wellbeing of others
• Understands and appreciates diversity, embraces inclusiveness, and advances equity
• Collaborates for impact
• Drives for results anchored in integrity and accountability
Goals and Strategies
1. Program Growth Improve our program model for building sustainable growth in the number of girls served and program hours delivered.
2. Program Effectiveness and Evaluation Implement a framework to measure quantifiable outcomes for girls from Girls Inc. programs, communicating our individual and community impact, and enabling strategic decisions about programming.
3. Communications and Awareness. Elevate our brand and increase local awareness of the importance of the Girls Inc. work and advocate on behalf of girls and young women.
4. Development. Strategically grow Girls Inc. annual revenues, balancing the mix of funding sources and improving prospects for long term sustainability of the organization and its work.
5. Operational Effectiveness. Enhance the operational effectiveness of Girls Inc. to deliver on strategic plan goals, via updated systems, processes, procedures, budget management, capital assets and expenditure management.
6. Board of Director Development. Enhance Board Members’ capacity to achieve strategic plan goals and help fulfill the Girls Inc’.s mission in the community.
7. Talent Acquisition and Development. Increase staff capacity and align talent and resources that will foster a high performing team and a culture that delivers on strategic goals and objectives.

Financials

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Girls Incorporated of Chattanooga

Board of directors
as of 10/18/2022
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Tonya Gentry

Andy Burnett

Round Table Advisers of Raymond James

Jeannine Carpenter

Women's Fund of Greater Chattanooga

Sue Collins

Tennessee Valley Authority

Dan Gilmore

Squire Strategies

Quinton Alford

AstraZeneca

Hall Gregg

Pfizer

Tonya Gentry

Tinker Ma

Shawanna Kendrick

Office of District Attorney General

Kristin Leffew

Kenco Group

Linly Mason

First Horizon

Leslie Mayfield

Tennessee Valley Authority

Nicci Brewer

Tennessee Valley Authority

Diana Meadows

Lookout Lake/Wauhatchie Arts

Florence Bromfield

UNUM

Joe Shudan

Tennessee Valley Authority

Karitsa Mosley-Jones

City of Chattanooga

Jody Stein-Davis

Earthscapes

Laura Campbell

Tennessee Valley Authority

Quetta Pipkin

BlueCross BlueShield

Abbey Dyer-Amonette

Cigna

Latisha Simmons

BlueCorss BlueShield

Selma Kayne

Kayne Consulting, PLLC

Roxy Velazquez

UNUM

Organizational demographics

SOURCE: Self-reported; last updated 10/18/2022

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Leadership

The organization's leader identifies as:

Race & ethnicity
Black/African American
Gender identity
Female, Not transgender
Sexual orientation
Heterosexual or Straight
Disability status
Person without a disability

Race & ethnicity

Gender identity

Transgender Identity

Sexual orientation

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Disability

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