See and tag photos from the expo on our Facebook page.
Saturday, July 16
TV star-turned-entrepreneur Bethenny Frankel is a featured guest at She: An Expo for Women in Chattanooga July 17-19.
JEM & JEWEL (12:30 - 12:50) Translating Your Style To Your Home Location: EPB Stage
FASHION SHOW (1:00 - 1:30) A Fashionable Fairytale Location: EPB Stage
CHILDREN'S ADVOCACY CENTER (1:45 - 2:15) 20 Minutes That Will Change Your Life Location: EPB Stage
TA TA'S AND TIARAS (2:30 - 3:15 ) Presented by Kathy Dittmar, Director of Women's Services, Memorial Hospital Location: Memorial Stage
(3:30 - 4:30) Location: Memorial Stage
NAUTILUS AWARDS CEREMONY (4:40 - 5:00) Location: Memorial Stage
CHATTANOOGA ROOM IN THE INN (5:00 - 5:30) 20 Minutes That Will Change Your Life Location: EPB Stage
RED HOT FIREFIGHTER'S FASHION SHOW (5:45 - 6:15) Location: EPB Stage
Sunday, July 17
GAINING GROUND (12:30 - 1:00) 20 Minutes That Will Change Your Life Location: EPB Stage
LIFE IS A BALANCING ACT (1:00 - 1:45) Presented by Allan M. Lewis, MS, Director of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation, Memorial Hospital Location: Memorial Stage
(2:00 - 3:00) Location: Memorial Stage
FASHION SHOW (3:15 - 3:45) The Fashionista's Forecast Location: EPB Stage
JEM & JEWEL (4:00 - 4:20) Creating Your Child's Own Space Location: EPB Stage
CHATTANOOGA HOSPICE (4:30 - 5:00) 20 Minutes That Will Change Your Life Location: EPB Stage
RED HOT FIREFIGHTER'S FASHION SHOW (5:15 - 5:45) Location: EPB Stage
Harrison Keely is a web producer and live blogger for the Times Free Press. He also handles social media and oversees the paper’s Facebook and Twitter pages. He joined the Chattanooga Times Free Press as a reporter in 2010. Harrison previously served as managing editor of the Smoky Mountain Sentinel in western North Carolina and as a business reporter for the Washington Times in Washington, D.C. He graduated from Lee University in 2009 where he ...
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