Raising the Diversity and Inclusion Bar: Women of Color in the Law
- Thursday, October 22, 2020
- Sonya Olds Som, JD `97; Claire Chino, JD `97; Irene Oria, JD `99; Leslie Richards-Yellen, JD `94; and Angela Winfield, JD `08 as Moderator. With welcome remarks by Nora Ali, JD `15
You are cordially invited to a Cornell Law School digital presentation.
Cornell Law School Alumni Association and the Mary Kennedy Brown Society Present: Raising the Diversity and Inclusion Bar: Women of Color in the Law
Although discussions of diversity, equity and inclusion are occurring in many law firms, companies and organizations around the country, the discussions often focus on singular identities- race, gender, etc. so, what happens when race and gender intersect? Women of color face unique challenges as respected professionals. This program will offer a candid conversation about the strategies women lawyers of color have personally used to navigate their careers. The program also will explore ways law firms, businesses and their legal departments can expand their thinking about diversity by embracing an intersectional approach.
Thursday, October 22, 2020
12:00 - 1:00 PM EDT
Nora Ali, JD ’15,
Associate, Wheeler Trigg O'Donnell LLP and Vice President, Cornell Law School Mary Kennedy Brown Society
- Sonya Olds Som, JD ’97
Partner, Heidrick & Struggles
- Claire Chino, JD ’91
President & CEO, Itochu International Inc.
- Irene Oria, JD ’99
Partner, Fisher Broyles
- Leslie Richards-Yellen, JD ’84
Director of Global Diversity & Inclusion, Debevoise & Plimpton
Angela Winfield, JD ’08
Associate Vice President for Inclusion and Workforce Diversity, Cornell University
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