Kim Cochrane, vice president and trust officer at the Trust Company in Knoxville, will speak at the AAUW, Oak Ridge Branch, luncheon meeting on Monday, March 25. The meeting will be at the First Presbyterian Church, Room 102, Activities Building. Cochrane’s topic will be “Who is the Trust Company and What is a Trust?”
Cochrane works with wealth management and personal trust clients with an emphasis on special needs trust and trust administration, a press release said. She received her bachelor’s degree in social sciences from Appalachian State University and completed accounting studies at Old Dominion University. She is a certified trust and financial adviser, as well as a certified public accountant licensed in both Tennessee and South Carolina. She is a member of the Tennessee Society of Certified Public Accountants and the Knoxville Estate Planning Council, the press release said.
A luncheon of soup, sandwiches, and dessert will be catered by the Soup Kitchen at a cost of $8 and will be served at 11:30 a.m. The program will begin at noon Monday. Reservations may be made by calling Mary Uziel at (865) 483-1043. Those who choose to bring a lunch should still call to reserve seating at the meeting.
AAUW meets on the fourth Monday of the month from September through May each year and welcomes the public at its meetings, the press release said.
Since March is Women’s History Month and the vote has been so important in women’s history, AAUW has a display in the Oak Ridge Public Library in Display Case 3 with a timeline of “Who Got the Vote When” in the United States. Next year, 2020, will mark the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution which gave women in all states the right to vote, the press release said. Tennessee played a role in helping this happen, which is discussed in the display.
AAUW seeks to advance equity for women and girls and to bring about positive change for families. More information may be found at http://oakridge-tn.aauw.net.
More information will be added as it becomes available.
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