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Christine Hanley to Speak at the Third Annual Women in Leadership Awards Panel

Date   Feb 3, 2015

FordHarrison LLP, one of the nation's largest management-side labor and employment law firms, is pleased to announce that Christine D. Hanley, will be a panelist for "The Third Annual Women in Leadership Awards (WILA) Recipients Panel," on February 19, 2015. This event, hosted by the Executive Women of the Palm Beaches (EWPB), gives the community a chance to have an up close and personal dialogue with the recipients of the 2014 Women in Leadership Awards. Christine was recognized for this distinction at the 31st annual Women in Leadership Luncheon on May 1, 2014.

The annual Women in Leadership Awards recognized exemplary women who demonstrated extraordinary achievements and leadership in three sectors: private, public, and volunteer.  Christine was selected to represent the Private Sector. To learn more about this award, visit www.EWPB.org.

The Third Annual WILA Recipients Panel will take place on February 19, 2015 at the Boynton Beach Intracoastal Park Clubhouse. Tickets are $30.00, but seats are limited. For more information or to purchase your ticket, please visit http://ewpb.org/event-1848426.

Christine Hanley's practice focuses on regulatory issues affecting the employment relationship. She develops human resources policies, programs and training courses. Her legal expertise includes internal investigations, litigation, arbitrations, mediations, negotiations, administrative hearings and affirmative action compliance and plan development. She is a strong advocate of personal and professional advancement for women, and provides whatever support is necessary to her staff and others to continue their formal education. In addition, Christine has generously used her expertise to offer pro bono legal counsel to many organizations and not-for-profits both within and without Palm Beach County. To learn more about Christine, visit www.fordharrison.com/ChrsitineHanley.

About Executive Women of the Palm Beaches
EWPB was founded in 1982 by a small group of Palm Beach County professional and executive women determined to support and encourage women to succeed and lead. EWPB provides peer support through networking and referrals, lively programs addressing timely issues, mentoring and leadership skill development opportunities.