Clark Hill Attorney Ada Snyder Kerwin to Speak at Planned Parenthood’s Annual Conference in Washington DC

Mar 14, 2011

DETROIT, MI – Clark Hill attorney Ada Snyder Kerwin will participate in a workshop at Planned Parenthood’s Annual Conference in Washington DC on April 7. The informative seminar, titled, “Crisis and Beyond: Lessons from the Boardroom”, is a part of Planned Parenthood’s national conference, the focus of which is to ensure the expansion of comprehensive health care services for women and to develop and improve existing systems and processes for patients.

To address the challenges of providing high-quality healthcare and to encourage civil and issue-oriented discourse, the merger of local Planned Parenthood affiliates continue to occur. Ms. Kerwin was selected to participate in this workshop because of her role in the merger of several Planned Parenthood affiliates into Planned Parenthood of Mid and South Michigan.

Planned Parenthood is the nation’s leading sexual and reproductive health care provider and advocate, with affiliates operating in more than 800 health centers nationwide, providing medical services and sexuality education for millions of women, men, and teenagers each year.

Ada Snyder Kerwin is a family lawyer who has a Masters degree in clinical psychology.  As a psychologist, she specialized in family therapy working with individuals, couples and families.  Prior to specializing exclusively in Family Law.

Ada concentrates her practice exclusively in Family Law, as a litigator as well as a mediator, Guardian Ad Litem and Parent Coordinator appointed by the court or chosen by other attorneys to help resolve family disputes.

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