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November 07, 2018
Mazzolini to present how to “Lead in Volunteer Service”
Do you lead by example? By walking your talk, you become a person others want to follow. This year’s Women’s Council quarterly programs have centered around the theme of “Lead in . . . “ and  will conclude with a noon luncheon on Monday, Dec. 3, at the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce, featuring Tanya Mazzolini, from the United Way of the Ocoee Region, speaking on Leadership for Women in the volunteer arena. 
Ms. Mazzolini is a native of Bradley County and attended Lee University, with a major in Accounting. She received her license as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) in 1990.  Currently, Ms. Mazzolini serves as Chief Financial Officer at United Way of the Ocoee Region.  Prior to being employed by the United Way, she served in multiple volunteer leadership capacities for the organization which included: Panel chair, Campaign co-chair, Executive committee member, Board member, Board chair and Board treasurer.   Additionally, Ms. Mazzolini worked locally at the Life Care Centers of America headquarters for 32 years, where she served as the Vice President of Accounting.
Ms. Mazzolini is married to Dr. Michael Mazzolini who currently serves the Life Bridges community and Legacy Village in Cleveland. Ms. Mazzolini and her husband, Michael enjoy biking, astronomy, and traveling.  Together, they have 4 children and 8 grandchildren.
Cost for the “Lead In…” session is $15 for members and $25 for nonmembers. Attendance is limited. Register online before Nov. 29, at the community calendar at  www.clevelandchamber.com. Chamber members who may want to use admission credits from their tiered investment should call the Chamber office at 423-472-6587.
Joel Henderson, Communications Director

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