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Women’s Leadership Initiative - Influential Women Discuss the Unconventional Clinton Trump Presidential Race

Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck’s Women’s Leadership Initiative (WLI) hosted its second annual fall panel event on Wednesday, Sept. 7 at Tamayo in Denver. This year’s standing room only event featured Judy Black and Elizabeth Gore, policy directors from Brownstein’s Washington, D.C. office. WLI co-chairs and Brownstein shareholders Nicole Ament and Ali Metzl moderated a discussion of the current state of the unconventional Clinton Trump presidential race, down ballot impact of the election as well as gender implications.

In its two years of existence, the WLI,  through events such as the election panel, has worked to achieve its founding mission of formalizing and strengthening the bonds amongst the female attorneys and policy professionals within the firm, while also promoting programing and topics designed to help our women succeed professionally and personally.

Meet The Team

Nicole R. Ament Shareholder T 303.223.1174 nament@bhfs.com
Alexandra Fidler Metzl Shareholder T 303.223.1157 ametzl@bhfs.com