Clark Hill Names Jacques Moye as 2019 LCLD Fellow and Diana Choe as 2019 LCLD Pathfinder
Clark Hill PLC today announced that two of the firm’s attorneys have been selected for the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity’s (LCLD) signature professional leadership development programs. Pittsburgh Member Jacques L. Moye, Sr. has been selected as a 2019 Fellow and Los Angeles Senior Attorney Diana Choe has been selected as a 2019 Pathfinder.
The LCLD Fellows Program is an extensive training program composed of high-potential attorneys from diverse backgrounds that sets them on the path to leadership at their individual firms. The Pathfinders Program is designed for diverse, high-potential, early career attorneys at LCLD member organizations, providing them with practical tools to develop their potential.
“Jacques and Diana are talented and dedicated lawyers and they have both demonstrated the kind of leadership that we want to nurture and grow,” said John J. Hern, Jr., Clark Hill’s Chief Executive Officer. “Clark Hill is committed to supporting diversity both within and outside the firm and the leadership skills that Jacques and Diana will develop reinforces that commitment to the firm, our clients and the broader community.”
Moye is a member of the firm’s General Corporate/Mergers & Acquisitions Practice Group. His practice is focused on mergers and acquisitions, general corporate and other transactional matters. Choe’s practice in the Healthcare Law Practice Group is dedicated to defending healthcare providers with an emphasis on allegations of elder abuse, professional negligence, unfair business practices, fraud, and violations of statutorily imposed duties.
“The LCLD Fellows Program offers participants a year-long, in-depth experience devoted to relationship-building, in-person training, peer-group projects, and extensive contact with LCLD’s top leadership and the best teachers in the business,” said LCLD President Robert J. Grey, Jr. “Our Pathfinders Program delivers intensive in-person training, online experiential learning, and opportunities to network with peers and esteemed LCLD Fellows in small group gatherings.”
About Clark Hill’s Commitment to Diversity:
Insisting on creating our own strong, diverse workforce is the most powerful way to demonstrate our commitment to these principles. Clark Hill’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee directs three core programs that serve as the cornerstones of our effort to make the firm a welcoming workplace and to effectively prepare the leaders of the future:
ClarkHill THRIVE, emphasizing the value of multiculturalism
ClarkHill BOLD, preparing and promoting women for leadership
ClarkHill PRIDE, elevating and supporting lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered and questioning (LGBTQ) lawyers, professionals and staff
The strategies and initiatives within each of these core programs work together to increase the representation of women, minorities and others at every level of the firm, including in management and attorney leadership. Examples of these initiatives include the addition of domestic partnership benefits, updates to our parental-leave and reduced-work arrangements, and career-path alternatives to positively impact the long-term professional prospects of our people.
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