Lynda Hawks to speak at women’s luncheon

Posted 4/12/18

Lynda Hawks to speak

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Lynda Hawks to speak at women’s luncheon

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“Take the Limits Off” describes Lynda Hawks, who will be the speaker Saturday for the Church Alive Ministries Women’s Luncheon.

The luncheon begins at 10:30 a.m. at the Church Alive, 6315 Mouse Creek Road.

Hawks began her accounting career in the 1980s. She has held several small jobs before becoming the accounts payable/payroll clerk for Osborne Building Corporation, which was purchased by Bob Corker in 1999. She worked her way to a corporate officer. In 2006, Corker sold his real estate to Henry Luken.

She became chief financial officer of Luken Holdings, Inc. in 2008 and in 2009 was made president/CEO. Today she serves as chief operating officer for Corker Properties and has a business, The Hawks Group, LLC, with her husband, Jim Hawks. The husband and wife team manage several properties in Chattanooga and Ooltewah, including several family trusts.

She currently serves as treasurer for the board of directors for Volunteers in Medicine. She ha served on the boards for Go Red for Women — American Heart Association, First Things First, Launch, Executive Women International, Advisory board for CONTACT, Young Women’s Leadership Academy and Bible in the Schools.

She is the mother of two. She is the grandmother of three.

Hawks gives all the glory for her success to the God.

Local ladies are invited to attend this luncheon.

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