Clark Hill’s Latasha Thomas to Lead Table Discussion at NASP’s 29th Annual Pension and Financial Services Conference on Monday, June 4, 2018
CHICAGO, IL – Latasha Thomas, Senior Counsel in Clark Hill’s Government and Public Affairs Practice Group, will appear as discussion leader at the National Association of Securities Professionals (NASP) 29th Annual Pension and Financial Services Conference on Monday, June 4, 2018, in Houston, TX.
The session, “Career Exploration (Early Career Professionals)” will feature department heads who will discuss their roles and responsibilities, and provide insight into a variety of career opportunities within an organization. To read more about the session and conference, please click here. NASP is a professional organization that serves as a resource for minority professionals within the securities and investments industry. NASP provides a platform to share information about the securities markets and for creating networking opportunities.
Prior to joining Clark Hill, Latasha was a four-term Alderman on the Chicago City Council. She is also the Immediate Past President of the Board of Directors for Coordinated Advice and Referral Programs for Legal Services (CARPLS), an organization providing legal aid services to low income residents in Cook County.
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