Update 8/17/15, 9:45 am: State Bar colleagues inform me that they have reached capacity for this event and are no longer accepting reservations. But I would like to hear feedback after the event from this who attend. Write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. And I look forward to seeing you there.
This Thursday, there’s an event occurring that I’m happy to share (and attend). It’s titled “Finding Your True Grit: A Discussion on the Secrets of Success for Women Lawyers.”
Here is how the organizers describe it:
“How does your mindset impact your success in the workplace? Studies have shown that highly successful women lawyers have ‘grit’—the perseverance and passion for long term goals—and that an individual can learn to develop more grit. In this interactive session you will learn from distinguished and accomplished women lawyers what grit is and how to implement a grit approach in your career.”
This is a free event, but registration is requested by Wednesday, August 19.
Here is the detail about the discussion and dialogue among experts and audience members:
When: Thursday, August 20; program 1:00 – 4:00 pm; reception 4:00 – 5:00 pm
Where: National Bank of Arizona, 6001 N. 24th Street, Building 2, Phoenix 85016
- Julie Arvo MacKenzie, Arizona Health Facilities Authority
- Shawdy Banihashemi, Jaburg Wilk
- Sonia Martinez, Law Office of Sonia Martinez
- Lisa Maxie-Mullins, Office of the Attorney General
- Hon. Patricia Orozco, Arizona Court of Appeals Div. One
- Rosemarie Pena-Lynch, Office of the Legal Advocate
- Alexia Peterson, DeConcini McDonald Yetwin & Lacy PC
- Roberta Tepper, State Bar of Arizona
- Moderator: Elena Nethers, State Bar of Arizona
This program is presented by the State Bar of Arizona Committee on Minorities and Women in the Law and Young Lawyers Division and the Arizona Women Lawyers Association. This program is based on the Grit Project, created by the ABA Commission on Women in the Profession.
It is sponsored by the Arizona Women Lawyers Association and the Native American Bar Association of Arizona; and co-sponsored by the Arizona Women Lawyers Association, the State Bar’s Committee on Minorities and Women in the Law and Young Lawyers Division and National Bank of Arizona.
Questions: Elena Nethers, Diversity and Outreach Advisor, State Bar of Arizona, (602) 340-7393.