29 August 2019 at 14:14 BST

Hogan Lovells renews diversity partnership

Firm renews partnership with Ellevate Network to champion diversity and foster inclusive environment for employees.

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Hogan Lovells is renewing their partnership with Ellevate Network, the community for professional women, for a second year. The partnership provides professional development and networking opportunities to its women attorneys and all business services employees throughout the US, Mexico, and Brazil.

Collaborative efforts

Hogan Lovells is also co-hosting an event with Ellevate to explore finance, markets, and the economy, featuring Sallie Krawcheck, chair of Ellevate Network, Joyce Chang, chair of global research at JP Morgan, and Deborah Staudinger, partner of Hogan Lovells next month. The firm says the Ellevate Network partnership provides its women employees with the opportunity to connect with a community of professional women from varied backgrounds and fields. Collaborative efforts will include networking among women business leaders, participating in Ellevate’s in-person events as well as co-hosting one in New York. Members will have access to Ellevate’s online tools and resources, including webinars, articles, and podcasts, and can build and hone their business development skills to advance their careers.

“Thrilled”

Ellevate Network ceo, Kristy Wallace said “We are thrilled to renew our partnership with Hogan Lovells for the second year,” Ms Wallace explained, “Their commitment to providing career development and skills-building opportunities to their women employees internationally makes them a clear leader in the field. We’re excited for the opportunity to continue working with Hogan Lovells and look forward to seeing the continued positive impact of this comprehensive partnership.” Ellevate Network works with businesses of all sizes and in all industries to help engage employees, attract diverse talent, and deliver on diversity and inclusion goals.

 
   
 
 
 

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