Minority In-House Counsel Association Announces Speaker Line-Up and Sponsorships From America's Leading Companies and Organizations for Its September 9-11, 2015 Conference
Walmart, Accenture, Exelon, Cummins, Motorola, State Farm, Microsoft, Jones Lang LaSalle, Deere & Co. Among the Major Corporations Sponsoring and Participating in MIHCA's Upcoming Conference.
Chicago, Illinois, August 7, 2015 (Newswire.com) - Some of the nation’s leading companies and organizations, including nearly a dozen of the Fortune 500, are contributing to the success of the Minority In-House Counsel Association’s 2015 Conference. This event will take place at the Renaissance Chicago Hotel in Chicago, Illinois, September 9-11, 2015. Registration is open on MIHCA’s website at www.mymihca.org/programming.
Accenture, Eli Lilly, Microsoft, Deere & Co., Exponent, Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL), Motorola Solutions, Northwestern Mutual Insurance Company, OhioHealth, Product Liability Advisory Council (PLAC), RVM Enterprises, State Farm Insurance Company, Univision, and Walmart have all committed to sponsoring the upcoming conference.
In addition, speakers from Advertising Resources, Inc./ARI Packaging (Gary McCullough), the Harvard Business School (Professor Steven Rogers), Panasonic (Damien Atkins), OhioHealth (Earl Barnes), Beyond Law (Janice Brown), National Express LLC (Dorothy Capers), Rewards Network (Alice Lin Geene), Sikich (Sarah Harris), McDonald’s (Gloria Santona), Johnson Controls (Deborah Telman), and eVerifile (Mark Wilson) will share a wealth of industry knowledge in an effort to aide in the advancement of minority in-house counsel. Former Chief Executive Officer and current U.S. Senate candidate, Andrea Zopp, is also amongst the group.
About the Minority In-House Counsel Association
The Minority In-House Counsel Association (MIHCA) is a non-profit organization focused on the professional development, education, networking and career advancement of minority in-house counsel. MIHCA’s goal is to increase overall diversity in the legal profession, particularly in corporate and government law departments.