Category: Women Worth Watching

Heather Zachary, WilmerHale

Women Worth Watching 2015 Heather Zachary When Cybersecurity Counts, Businesses Count on this WilmerHale Partner   As a partner with WilmerHale, Heather Zachary counsels and advocates for industry-leading clients on a wide range of privacy and data-security issues—from routine matters to cutting-edge issues where the law is far from clear and the enforcement risks are… Read the full article

Elizabeth Mitchell, WilmerHale

Women Worth Watching 2015 Elizabeth Mitchell WilmerHale Partner Stands Up for Her Global Clients and Fellow Female Attorneys   As a partner at WilmerHale, Elizabeth Mitchell’s practice focuses on representing global financial institutions, investment advisers, broker-dealers, futures commission merchants, accounting firms, and public companies and their employees in regulatory investigations, enforcement actions, and litigation involving… Read the full article

Jan Stern Reed, Walgreens Boots Alliance & Walgreen Co.

Women Worth Watching 2015 Jan Stern Reed It’s Her Dedication that Makes the Difference   Jan Stern Reed joined Walgreens in 2013 as deputy general counsel and was appointed general counsel in October 2014. She assumed her role as senior vice president, general counsel, and corporate secretary with Walgreens Boots Alliance, the world’s first global,… Read the full article

Dr. Andrea Lindell, Walden University

Women Worth Watching 2015 Dr. Andrea Lindell Educating the Next Generation of Nurses Is her Passion   After Andrea Lindell received her PhD in psychiatric mental health from The Catholic University of America, two hospitals extended job offers—director of nursing service and clinician. Instead, she chose a career as an educator and became one of… Read the full article

Shelly A. Espinosa, UnitedHealth Group

Women Worth Watching 2015 Shelly A. Espinosa, MPH United Health Foundation VP Helps Build Healthier Communities   Shelly Espinosa work with United Health Foundation is helping build healthier communities. In her role as vice president of grants and programs, she develops relationships and programs to further enhance the Foundation’s mission. Established by UnitedHealth Group in… Read the full article

Stacey D. Stewart, United Way Worldwide

Women Worth Watching 2015 Stacey D. Stewart United Way’s US President Is Driven to Make a Difference   Stacey Stewart grew up believing that we are all called to help one another, and that no problem is insurmountable. She learned that lesson at the dinner table, from a mother who was part of the first black-majority… Read the full article

Inajo Davis Chappell, Ulmer & Berne LLP

Women Worth Watching 2015 Inajo Davis Chappell This Ulmer & Berne Partner Is Committed to Serving Her Community   Inajo Davis Chappell is a partner at Ulmer & Berne LLP, where she chairs the firm’s Nonprofit Practice Group and co-chairs the firm’s Diversity & Inclusion Committee. Under her leadership, the firm’s representation of exempt organizations… Read the full article

Nurit Katz, UCLA

Women Worth Watching 2015 Nurit Katz UCLA’s First Chief Sustainability Officer Acts Local, Thinks Global   Nurit Katz earned an MBA from the UCLA Anderson School of Management (named one of its 100 Inspirational Alumni at the school’s 75th anniversary), a master’s degree in public policy from the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs (where… Read the full article

Catherine Cornelius Smith, True Blue Inclusion

Women Worth Watching 2015 Catherine Cornelius Smith Founder & President of True Blue Inclusion Has Long Been a Diversity Leader   During her career, Catherine Cornelius Smith has served in the White House, been a trusted advisor to the US Secretary of Agriculture in the preparation for and negotiations regarding the Seattle Round of the… Read the full article

Deborah (Debbie) Higgins, Title Resource Group

Women Worth Watching 2015 Deborah (Debbie) Higgins For Title Resource Group’s SVP of HR, it’s Truly All about People   Debbie Higgins has over 25 years of experience in all disciplines of human resource management. At Title Resource Group, she oversees the human resources function for 2,000 TRG employees in 385 offices across the United… Read the full article