LOS ANGELES, Oct. 2, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- The Exceptional Women Awardees Foundation (EWA, Los Angeles CA) announces that the National Black Lawyers has named EWA Graduate from June 2018- June 2019, Karen Henry to Its List of Top 100 Lawyers in California
"We are so proud of Karen," commented Larraine Segil, Chair and CEO of EWA." She has shown exemplary talent and skills as an attorney, and is highly respected within our network as a source of sound judgement and knowledge. We are delighted that her value has been recognized by such an outstanding organization and send congratulations from all pf our Exceptional Women Awardees."
This is an honor given to a select group of lawyers for their professional achievements. With this selection, Ms. Henry has proven that she exemplifies superior qualifications, leadership skills, and case results.
The National Black Lawyers is a professional and educational organization comprised of the nation's premier African American attorneys. The selection process for this elite honor is based on a multi-phase process which includes peer nominations and third-party research. The result is a credible and comprehensive list of the most outstanding African American lawyers in the country.
Membership into the Top 100 Lawyers is by invitation only and is limited to 100 attorneys in each state or region who have demonstrated excellence and have achieved outstanding results in their legal careers. The National Black Lawyers provides essential legal news, information, and continuing education to African American attorneys across the United States.
Learn more about The National Black Lawyers: https://www.nbltop100.org/.
The Exceptional Women Awardees Foundation (EWA) selects high potential, upper-career Exceptional Women from multiple industries, develops and mentors them with guidance and career redesign advice to propel them to sustainable success - one woman at a time. Their year-long program enables the EWA to be connected for life to their ever-expanding EWA global network, as their fellow women leaders move into positions of significance.
Learn more at http://www.ExceptionalWomenAwardees.com
SOURCE Exceptional Women Awardees Foundation