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5 Minutes With... Yalonda Howze of Mintz Levin

January 16, 2020 | Boston Business Journal

Mintz Member Yalonda Howze was profiled by the Boston Business Journal for her work as Co-Chair of Move the Needle, a consortium of lawyers representing businesses and law firms focused on the common purpose of advancing diversity and inclusion in the legal profession. Mintz is among the law firms involved in the consortium’s efforts to accomplish greater inclusion and advancement within the corporate and law firm setting and foster diversity in the Boston legal community broadly. In the profile, Ms. Howze discussed how to make progress towards diversity in the legal market and the one question that partners should reconsider asking during interviews.
On Thursday, October 10, more than 180 guests attended Mintz’s second annual “She’s the Boss — An Event to Inspire Future Female Leaders” in Boston, which featured an inspirational panel discussion on societal pressures, finding the right career path, discovering one’s true passions, redefining failure as a learning experience, and achieving a work-life balance, among other topics.
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The National Diversity Council has named Cynthia Larose, Chair of the Privacy & Security Practice of Mintz, one of the “Top 50 Most Powerful Women in Technology.” This marks the second consecutive year Ms. Larose has been selected for this honor.
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