Clark Hill Attorneys MacKenzie A. Hyde, Ashley C. Coppola, and Melissa N. Turk Hosted Annual Women in Probate Event to Support Women Entering the Workforce
CHICAGO, IL – On January 23, 2019, Clark Hill’s Chicago office hosted it’s Annual Women in Probate reception. MacKenzie A. Hyde, a Member in the Firm’s Litigation group, spearheaded this year’s event by joining forces with Breakthrough, an admirable organization that works with residents of Chicago’s East Garfield Park neighborhood to help open doors of opportunity for women through their employment program, which provides job and interview training skills. Attendees generously donated gently used professional clothing, which will be delegated to women at Breakthrough. With dozens of donations, Hyde was ecstatic.
“The number of donations we received from female attorneys, bank officers, and care managers is demonstrative of why the ‘women in probate’ are so unique. These women are so compassionate toward one another, the clients we serve, and the community organizations that we support,” said Hyde.
From L to R: MacKenzie A. Hyde, Ray J. Koenig, Melissa N. Turk, and Ashley C. Coppola
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