Clark Hill’s Latasha R. Thomas to Join Panel Discussion for the International Visitor Leadership Program, October 19, 2018
CHICAGO, IL – Latasha R. Thomas, Senior Counsel in Clark Hill’s Government and Public Affairs Practice Group, will appear on a panel with the ABA State and Local Government Law Section for a discussion held by the International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) tomorrow.
The program, “STRENGTHENING LOCAL GOVERNMENTS TO INCREASE EFFICIENCY AND EFFECTIVENESS: A Project for Pakistan,” will focus on budget management in a mega-city and mega-county; emergency management; citizen diplomacy with sister-cities; government oversight by the media; neighborhood initiatives; and a legal emphasis on local government law and policy. International government leaders from around the world are invited to the United States to participate under the IVLP.
The IVLP is a section of The Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the U.S. Department of State. Its mission is to help strengthen U.S. engagement with countries world-wide and foster enduring relationships by connecting existing and emerging foreign leaders with their U.S. counterparts through short-term visits to the United States. To read more about the program and IVLP, please click here.
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.