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Inclusion: Supporting Mental Health & Well-being During Difficult Times


Level: Advanced
Runtime: 60 minutes
Recorded Date: October 28, 2020
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Agenda

  • Inclusion: what does it mean in practice and what strategies can you deploy to create an inclusive and collaborative culture?
  • How can you create inclusive environments through remote working?
  • Unlocking the opportunities to improve diversity
  • Supporting your team during these times: Effective strategies to support your teams mental health
  • Creating a culture of 'togetherness'
Runtime: 1 hour
Recorded: October 28, 2020

Description

Verna Myers said "Diversity is being invited to the party; Inclusivity is being asked to dance". The discussion around diversity is one that has been ongoing for a number of years now, but recent studies show that this push for diversity targets simply isn't enough. To truly make the breakthrough for diversity, and to reap the benefits diversity brings, it is time to shift the focus of our discussions to inclusivity.

Inclusion: what does it mean in practice and what strategies can you deploy to create an inclusive and collaborative culture? How can you create inclusive environments through remote working? Unlocking the opportunities to improve diversity Supporting your team during these times: Effective strategies to support your teams mental health and creating a culture of 'togetherness'.

This program was recorded as part of Corporate Counsel's Women, Influence, and Power in Law Virtual Conference held on October 28th, 2020.

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Women, Influence & Power in Law Conference

Panelists

Amoy Chambers

Senior Vice President & Associate General Counsel
HSBC Bank USA

Amoy Chambers is the Senior Vice President and Associate General Counsel at HSBC Bank. She is the Regional Head of Legal for Global Trade Receivables and Finance. 

Amoy received her JD at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University in 2003.

Shireen A. Barday

Partner
Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher

Shireen A. Barday is a litigation partner in the New York office of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher.

Ms. Barday has served as a principal in a wide range of complex commercial litigation matters, ranging from fiduciary duties to fraud. Ms. Barday has extensive experience litigating solvency as well as matters involving one or more controlling shareholders. Ms. Barday regularly appears in Delaware and other courts around the country where she has represented directors, officers and issuers in class action and other litigation arising from mergers and other corporate transactions.

Ms. Barday earned her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Barnard College, her Master of Arts in Political Science from the City University of New York and her Juris Doctor from Stanford Law School, where both her Note and Comment were selected for publication by the Stanford Law Review.

Lesley Marlin

Senior Corporate Counsel, Labor and Employment
Northrop Grumman

Lesley Marlin is an experienced, senior in-house attorney with a specialty in labor and employment law. She works for Northrop Grumman as the lead labor and employment lawyer for the Company’s Defense Systems sector, which is one of the Company’s four operating units (with approximately 21,000 employees). She also supports the Company’s EEO/Compliance team. She provides day-to-day practical and strategic legal advice, develops or updates policies and procedures, responds to administrative charges and demand letters, handles government investigations, leads union negotiations, and conducts training.

Ms. Marlin speaks frequently both internally and externally on various workplace issues, including labor and employment law topics, culture and psychological safety, diversity and inclusion, resilience, and career development.

Julie Cantor

Senior Counsel
Compass

Julie L. Cantor serves as Compass's Corporate Counsel. Compass is a tech-driven real estate brokerage whose mission is to help everyone find their place in the world. In September 2015, Compass’s 4-attorney legal team supported around 300 real estate agents in 2 cities. Today, Compass’s 6-attorney legal team supports over 1600 real estate agents in 43 offices in 8 cities. Each real estate agent is subject to an independent contractor agreement – Julie has drafted and negotiated over 1000 of these, and integrated free, efficient, and data-forward technology to foster each from a business team member’s eye-twinkle to fully executed, industry-competitive, company-growth-flexible agreement.

Now, as Compass plans to enter its next phase –with its attendant increased agent numbers, city launches, and office openings, Julie and the Compass legal team are working to use the foundations they’ve created together to bring well known business growth technologies into the legal world.

Julie previously served as a Private Client Associate at McDermott Will & Emery, and taught 7th and 8th grade math at a D.C. public charter school, as a Teach For America Corps Member. She is an alumna of Columbia Law School (J.D.), American University (M.A. in Teaching Secondary Math), and Cornell University's School of Industrial Relations (B.S.).

Maureen O'Neill

SVP, Strategic Engagement
Consilio

Maureen O’Neill is the Senior Vice President, Strategic Engagement. She has more than 25 years of experience in complex litigation, including almost 20 years of handling eDiscovery and information law issues. In 2010, she left private law practice and joined DiscoverReady, acquired by Consilio in 2018. Maureen earned her bachelor’s degree in biology from the University of Miami and her JD from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is a member of the California and Georgia bars and holds the Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP) certification for the United States and Europe. Maureen is an active participant in several working groups of the Sedona Conference and a member of the American Bar Association and the International Association of Privacy Professionals.

Maureen received her J.D., with honors, from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Law, and is admitted to practice in California and Georgia.


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