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The following is a profile from our summer issue of Memphis Crossroads Magazine: 2014 Young Memphis. Click here to view the entire magazine with profiles from our other nine Young Memphians.

When Sophia Cole came to Memphis as a 19-year-old refugee from the Soviet Union Republic of Azerbaijan, she had $200 to her name and two small bags of personal belongings. For several years, she struggled with the English language, worked her way through school and experienced firsthand the kindness of strangers.
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Our 2014 Councils Golf Tournament on November 3, 2014 is just around the corner, but it's not too late to form your team and join in the fun. Here are three simple reasons why you should do just that:
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Last week the Chamber hosted Governor Bill Haslam at our office, and he asked us to help him with a very important program called tnAchieves. Earlier this year Governor Haslam announced his vision for every Tennessee high school graduate to have the opportunity to obtain a postsecondary certificate or associate's degree free of tuition and mandatory fees. This vision became a reality when the Legislature passed the Tennessee Promise Scholarship Act in April of this year. Now, thousands of students in Memphis will have the opportunity to further their education and gain access to better jobs and salaries. 
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The following is a profile from our summer issue of Memphis Crossroads Magazine: 2014 Young Memphis. Click here to view the entire magazine with profiles from our other nine Young Memphians.

One of the things Eddie Fuchs likes most about his new position as an executive recruiter at Vaco Logistics is that he often gets to be the bearer of great news.
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The Greater Memphis Chamber Small Business Council is excited to bring you the 2014 HR Legal Summit on Friday, October 17.

November of last year we debuted our first annual HR Legal Summit, a half-day workshop created for small business owners, managers and HR professionals to answer their questions on important human resource and legal topics. We gathered experts in the field and received both CLE and HRCI credit for the level of education we were providing our small business members.
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One of the easiest ways to maximize your membership also happens to be the most overlooked: Join a council. The Greater Memphis Chamber leads five different councils, each focused on specific groups and industries. The councils exist to provide resources, help grow your company and advocate for your business interests in the public realm. Review each below to discover where you can get more involved:
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The following is a profile from our summer issue of Memphis Crossroads Magazine: 2014 Young Memphis. Click here to view the entire magazine with profiles from our other nine Young Memphians.

If anyone has a bright outlook on the future of Memphis, it’s Robbye Good. As manager of the New Memphis Institute’s Embark program, she spends her days surrounded by tomorrow’s leaders.
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The following is a profile from our summer issue of Memphis Crossroads Magazine: 2014 Young Memphis. Click here to view the entire magazine with profiles from our other nine Young Memphians.

Suffice it to say that medical optometrist Dr. Do Nguyen wants to make sure everyone has a clear perspective of everything wonderful that Memphis has to offer. 
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The following is a profile from our summer issue of Memphis Crossroads Magazine: 2014 Young Memphis. Click here to view the entire magazines with profiles from our other nine Young Memphians.

When Memphis native Lauren Anderson graduated a semester early from Spelman College in Atlanta, she thought she had a perfect plan in place. She was all set to attend Georgetown University in Washington to pursue a career in politics when a representative for Teach for America — an organization that recruits high-achievers to teach and expand educational opportunities in low-income areas — requested a meeting.
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It depends. These two simple words are frequently my first response to clients seeking advice when we are their outsourced HR department. “It depends” is usually the correct answer in Human Resources because there are so many shades of gray when managing people - our human assets. This response is typically followed by a list of questions designed to help the HR professional understand the specifics of the situation so that a legally sound response can be articulated.

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