This series of one-hour virtual programs is designed to help raise awareness and understanding about race in the professional world and in the larger movement for equal justice. We hope this series inspires attendees to become knowledgeable and fluent on ways we can work toward a more diverse and equitable society.
Civic Engagement and Voting Rights Panel Presentation
September 21 - 11:00 a.m. PT
Fenwick’s Voting Rights Initiative has partnered with several nonpartisan organizations focused on protecting democracy through fair elections and voter participation. We’ve invited Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, Vote Forward, Civic Alliance, and Civic Responsibility Project to share their insights on how individuals and companies can get involved in the electoral process. Fenwick Chair Richard Dickson will provide opening remarks and Fenwick partner Daniel Brownstone will moderate the discussion.
Nancy Anderson, Director of Legal Mobilization and Pro Bono for the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law
Marcia Johnson-Blanco, Co-Director of the Voting Rights Project, Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law
Keara Fenzel, Project Director, Civic Responsibility Project
Steven Levine, Director, Civic Alliance
Scott Forman, Founder & CEO, Vote Forward
Diversity in Tech: A Chat with Shellye Archambeau, Former CEO, MetricStream
October 21 - 10:00 a.m. PT
Shellye Archambeau will sit down with Fenwick partner Gordon Davidson to discuss her road to success and the many obstacles she overcame as one of Silicon Valley’s first Black female CEOs. During this interactive Q&A session, Shellye will share her wisdom and life lessons and offer tools for creating the life you want to live. Copies of Shellye’s soon to-be-released book “Unapologetically Ambitious" will be provided to the first 100 registrants.