Rosemann’s Tracie Cabler has been elected as Communications Chair for The National Urban League’s Young Professional Chapter (Atlanta), where she also serves on their Community Service, Personal / Professional Development, and Social / Cultural Committees.

The National Urban League is a 100+ year old organization, founded to provide employment, housing, health care, and educational resources for black residents in urban communities. Its mantra is “Empower Communities and Change Lives.”

The Young Professionals Chapter consists of working adults (22-40 years old) who are dedicated to supporting The Urban League’s mission through a variety of community service and educational programs.

“I am looking forward to finding opportunities to spread public awareness of the Urban League’s mission and to increase efforts in grassroots connections,” said Tracie.

Tracie received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Architecture from the University of Virginia and a Master of Architecture Degree from Georgia Tech. She actively volunteers in other non-profit organizations. 

Rosemann congratulates Tracie on this great accomplishment!

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