HHM CPAs, a full-service licensed public accounting and consulting agency with places in Chattanooga and Memphis, has employed Amy Donahue as its vice chairman of Marketing to help agency development and develop advertising methods.
“Amy’s various expertise and numerous skillset is an immense asset to our agency,” mentioned Donnie Hutcherson, managing associate of HHM CPAs. “We have thrilling plans for the approaching yr, and I’m honored to have a demonstrated chief like Amy be a part of our staff.”
As the vice chairman of Marketing for HHM CPAs, Ms. Donahue’s duties will embrace advertising technique and execution. Prior to becoming a member of HHM, Ms. Donahue labored because the director of Marketing and Communication for River City Company. Additionally, Ms. Donahue was the marketing campaign supervisor for the 2021 Chattanooga mayoral marketing campaign for Kim White. She has additionally labored for the University of Tennessee Knoxville and the University of South Carolina Aiken.
Ms. Donahue holds a Master of Science in communication and data and a Bachelor of Arts in communication each with an emphasis in enterprise from the University of Tennessee Knoxville.
Active in her neighborhood, Ms. Donahue beforehand served her alma mater, the University of Tennessee Knoxville, as president of the UT Alumni Association of the Chattanooga Network, president of the School of Communication Studies Advisory Council, and member of the Young Alumni Council.
Ms. Donahue is a graduate of the 2015 Leadership Chattanooga program via the Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce, the 2013 Holmberg Arts Leadership Institute, and the 2020 Leadership Tennessee Next class. She has additionally served on the Chamber’s Communication Committee, is the previous president of the Chamber’s Downtown Council, present vice chairman for the Lookout Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America, a member of the Rotaract Club of Chattanooga, and accomplished Protege Chattanooga in 2017. Additionally, she was previously on the Marketing and Development Committee for Siskin Children’s Institute and a former board member for Partnership for Families, Children and Adults.