December 6, 2017
Tallahassee, Fla. (December 6, 2017)—Tallahassee Community College concluded the 2017 edition of its four-part Building Legacies Women’s Leadership Summit series on December 6 with an event at TCC’s Center for Innovation in downtown Tallahassee. This session of the “Women Who Lead, Serve and Inspire” series featured community leaders whose bodies of work have touched and inspired others. It was also an opportunity to celebrate strides made by local women in leadership, service and inspiration.
Madeline Pumariega, chancellor of the Florida College System, delivered the keynote address. Panelists included Paula DeBoles-Johnson, founder and executive director of the Capital City Youth Development Corporation, Audra Pittman, executive director of the Council on Culture & Arts, and Whitney Harris, special projects coordinator and assistant to the executive vice president for the Florida Chamber Foundation.
The series is sponsored by Club 25, Prime Meridian Bank, the Jim Moran Institute for Global Entrepreneurship, the Jim Moran School of Entrepreneurship, Thurman Law Firm, and Kimberly S. Dixon of Merrill Lynch Bank of America Corporation. The events are hosted by TCC’s Workforce Development Division and the TCC Foundation.