This is an incomplete list of authors and contributors which share our passion for our community.
Recent Chattanooga transplant Marta Mossburg fell in love with our scenic city, relocating from Maryland. She’s written for The Wall Street Journal, New York Daily News, The American Spectator, the Tribune network of newspapers, Patheos.com and The Greensboro News & Record, among other publications. Marta Mossburg is a frequent contributing writer for Chattanooga Magazine.5 Articles
Established in 1969, ArtsBuild (formerly Allied Arts of Greater Chattanooga) is a private, nonprofit united arts fund and arts council. ArtsBuild provides a united voice for all cultural organizations and activities in Hamilton County. At the heart of our mission is thinking globally about the arts in Chattanooga. ArtsBuild is working to tell the good news about just how vibrant our arts community has become and share this story around the country.4 Articles
A Chattanooga native, Julie serves as the Director of Development and Communications at ArtsBuild. She received a B.A. in Communications from the University of Alabama and a Masters degree in Nonprofit Management from Regis University in Denver. She has worked for various nonprofits in Alabama, Colorado and Tennessee.3 Articles
Ann Newell Yungmeyer is a contributing writer at Chattanooga Magazine and other regional publications. She writes about travel, outdoor pursuits and cultural themes. A Chattanooga native, Ann resides in Kingsport. Follow her adventures at annyungmeyer.wordpress.com.2 Articles
Nancy Henderson is an award-winning writer and the author of Able! and Sewing Hope. Her articles have appeared in Smithsonian, Parade, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and many other publications. She is a longtime member of the prestigious American Society of Journalists and Authors and often writes about people who are making a difference through their work.2 Articles