Insights: News Releases Mansi Shah Receives Acclaimed Women of Achievement Recognition
MENLO PARK (March 21, 2019) – Legal Momentum recognized Kilpatrick Townsend Partner, Mansi Shah, at its 14th Annual Women of Achievement Awards. Legal Momentum's Women of Achievement awards salute the accomplishments of extraordinary women who have achieved distinction in business, law, and public service.
Ms. Shah joined five other distinguished female professionals, including Aimee Allison - President of Democracy in Color and Founder of She the People; Julie Gruber - Executive Vice President Global General Counsel of Corporate Secretary & Chief Compliance Officer at Gap, Inc.; Jan Kang - Chief Legal Officer of Chronicle LLC; Cassandra Knight - Vice President & Chief Litigation Counsel of PayPal, Inc.; and Julie Wainwright - Founder and CEO of The RealReal. Previous honorees of this prestigious award have included high-profile leaders such as Honorable Michelle K. Lee (Under Secretary of Commerce for Intellectual Property and Director of the United States Patent and Trademark Office) and Honorable Kamala D. Harris (U.S. Senator, California).
Legal Momentum is the nation’s premier legal advocate for women and girls, renowned for its 50 years of strategic and highly leveraged approaches to protecting women’s rights through the law. As the founding and on-going champions of the Violence Against Women Act and the fierce defenders of Title IX, Legal Momentum focuses on the most fundamental needs of women – physical safety and economic empowerment – so that all other possibilities are open to all women and girls. For more information, please visit https://www.legalmomentum.org/.
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