Clark Hill Attorney Maria Fracassa Dwyer Selected for Inclusion into Leadership Detroit’s Class XXXV
– Clark Hill attorney Maria Fracassa Dwyer has been selected to join Leadership Detroit’s Class XXXV. Maria was one of 69 individuals accepted into this year’s program.
The Detroit Regional Chamber’s Leadership Detroit program helps emerging and existing leaders in Southeast Michigan develop leadership skills and knowledge of regional issues. Each class graduates distinguished individuals creating powerful change throughout Southeast Michigan.
Maria is a Senior Attorney in the firm’s Labor and Employment Group. Maria is a trusted counselor to senior management across a wide range of industries including public and private employers. Maria represents clients across the entire spectrum of employment and labor law. Her clients include the transportation, construction, staffing, education, nonprofit and food industries. Maria is a respected advocate and leader.
Maria has been named a Michigan Rising Star by Super Lawyers Magazine. She is a frequent speaker on labor and employment issues before various groups such as the National Business Institute.
Maria is an active member of her community and is a Board Member for several non-profit organizations.
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