Attorney Haley Moody Selected Among Leadership Chattanooga Class of 2024-2025

June 17, 2024

The Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce has announced Miller & Martin Attorney Haley Moody among the Class of 2024-2025 for Leadership Chattanooga. Established in 1984, Leadership Chattanooga is the premier leadership-development and civic-engagement program for greater Chattanooga professionals – promoting excellence through experiential learning opportunities, community service projects, and exclusive access to local and state leaders.

Beginning in August 2024 and adjourning with a graduation event in May 2025, Leadership Chattanooga participants will meet once a month for daylong sessions – advancing their leadership development, gaining insights into community challenges and brainstorming ways to contribute to the region’s growth and success.

Haley Moody is a commercial litigation attorney representing large and small companies, as well as individuals, in federal and state courts. She guides clients through complex business disputes, involving breach of contract claims, negligence, misrepresentation, and fraud, and she enjoys counseling clients toward practical solutions while keeping their business needs in mind. Haley also defends clients involved in product liability and personal injury litigation, including serving as national coordinating counsel for a consumer healthcare products company defending hundreds of ongoing product liability cases nationwide. She has experience in a variety of industries, ranging from life sciences and manufacturing to construction and insurance. Since 2022, she has made The Best Lawyers in America: Ones to Watch list for her practice in the areas of commercial litigation, mass tort litigation/class actions defense and product liability litigation defense.

She is a member of Miller & Martin's Women's Network and is also involved with the American Inns of Court - Justices Ray L. Brock Jr. and Robert E. Cooper Chapter; Associated General Contractors of East Tennessee; Chattanooga Bar Association; Tennessee Bar Association; and the Defense Research Institute. Ms. Moody joined Miller & Martin in 2016 and was elected to firm membership at the partner level in 2024. 

To read the full release about Leadership Chattanooga's Class of 2024-2025, click here. 

The full Leadership Chattanooga Class of 2024-2025 includes:

  • Jamaine Adkins - Signal Centers, Inc.
  • Matt Anderson - EPB
  • Travaaar Armstrong - Signet Jewelers
  • Raven Austin - City of Chattanooga
  • Sheaba Chacko - Fearless Permission
  • Jessica Cliche - La Paz Chattanooga
  • Kristin Copeland - EPB
  • Lorin Dannelly - SmartBank
  • Mary Frances DeVoe - Legal Aid of East Tennessee
  • Amber Doolittle - Chattanooga Autism Center
  • Melanie Farrell - Tennessee Valley Authority
  • Chris George - First Horizon Bank
  • Katherlyn Geter - The Enterprise Center
  • Davvin Gilkey - Unum
  • Andreas Graber - Volkswagen Group of America
  • Dustin Harris - Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce
  • Malcolm Harris - CLN Worldwide
  • Kerry Hayes - Coco Public Affairs
  • Amy Hunt - Cadence Bank
  • Tequilla Hurt - Tennessee Valley Authority
  • Paula Irwin - YMCA of Metropolitan Chattanooga
  • Matthew Johnson - Hamilton County Schools
  • Chaz Johnston - Fresenius Medical Care North America
  • DeJuan Jordan - LAUNCH
  • Ariel Ketterer - Snapdragon Shop
  • Angela Malone - KVAT-Food City
  • Sarah Mattson - City of Chattanooga
  • Lorean Mays - Partnership for Families, Children & Adults
  • Haley Moody - Miller & Martin PLLC
  • Will O'Hearn - Chattanooga Public Library
  • Denise O'Neil - Comprehensive Psychiatric Care
  • Amy Jo Osborn - Austin Hatcher Foundation for Pediatric Cancer
  • Melinda Palotta - OMNIA Partners
  • Sandy Pricer - RiseUp Cooperative
  • Hana Ramirez - Chattanooga Housing Authority
  • Pamela Rivers - Tennessee Valley Investment Advisors
  • Quinita Robinson - Robinson Executive Group
  • Kevin Roig - City of Chattanooga
  • Tim Scars - Creative Discovery Museum
  • Jen Slisko - Coyote Logistics
  • Vonnie Stone - Erlanger Community Health Center
  • Robin Sturnes - Dress for Success
  • Kimberly Thomas - University of Tennessee Chattanooga
  • LaKesha Thompson - Hamilton County Schools
  • Tyler York - WYRE Technology

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