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Marj Flemming is the Managing Partner of LaunchPoint Leadership, a consultancy firm based in Chattanooga, that specializes in building strategic and leadership capacity, intentional cultures and succession planning for organizations, big and small. In addition to their organizational consulting and training, LaunchPoint Leadership also provides executive coaching to leaders who are looking to chart a course with a higher elevation in mind. Coaching expertise centers on career evaluation and derailment, strategic thinking, proactive change management, transition planning and leadership towards mentorship.
LaunchPoint Leadership works closely with several other IBANA members in the greater Chattanooga region, and is a founding member of the Leadership Consortium, a group of consultants who focus their work on building intentional cultures within organizations.
Prior to founding LaunchPoint Leadership, Marj had successful careers in executive management with both General Electric and TVA.
Marj is a pioneer in the world of women’s leadership, as a founding member and the original managing director of the Chattanooga Women’s Leadership Institute and as a founding board member of the Women's Fund of Chattanooga. Marj currently serves on the boards for Signal Centers and the Development Committee for the Women's Fund. Advisory committees include the VW Group of America Diversity Advisory Council and the University of Tennessee Women’s Studies.
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