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ALA DIVERSITY &
INCLUSION
SPEAKER LIST
EXPERT PRESENTERS ON DIVERSITY,
INCLUSION AND RELATED ISSUES
IN THE LEGAL PROFESSION
alanet.org/diversity
Last Updated: November 2015
One of the essential skills of leadership is the ability to create an environment in which everyone who wants to succeed has the
opportunity to do so. To realize your organization's diversity and inclusion goals and the Association's broader goal of creating a more
diverse and inclusive profession, ALA’s Committee on Diversity & Inclusion has identified the following speakers who can speak
knowledgeably about diversity in presentations to chapters, law firms and others.
Speaker
Company/Firm
Contact Information
ALA Committee Member(s) ALA Committee on Diversity &
Inclusion
[email protected]
Aranza, Sonia
http://www.soniaaranza.com/
Bellamy Esq., Werten
Aranza Communications
Alexandria, VA
MyStakeHolder
Jenkintown, PA
Bhasin, Ritu
Bhasin Consulting Inc.
Bridgeman, CLM, Mark
U.S. Attorney's Office
Northern District of Illinois
Chicago, IL
Andrews Kurth
Houston, TX
Campbell, J.D., Elizabeth
Chanow, Linda Bray
Cisco, Andrea
Cohen, Michael
Davidson, Martin
Center for Women in Law
University of Texas School of Law
Roosevelt Thomas Consulting &
Training
New York, NY
Duane Morris LLP
Philadelphia, PA
Darden Graduate School of
Business at UVA
University of Virginia
[email protected]
(301) 704-9628
Speaker Information
Committee member(s) present Diversity & Inclusion: 60 Tips in
75 Minutes, a highly reviewed, dynamic presentation offering tips,
resources and information to advance the Chapter’s program.
Frequent SHRM diversity speaker. Recommended by Michelle
Martin, Thompson Coburn.
Recommended by Ruth Fry, Maryland Chapter.
[email protected]
(416) 458-4757
www.bhasinconsulting.com
Diversity & Inclusion 2016 Annual Conference educator,
recommended by the ALA Committee on Diversity and Inclusion.
(312) 886-2953
[email protected]
Emeritus Committee Member, chapter diversity presentations to
ALA’s Greater Chicago Chapter, among others.
[email protected]
h.com
(713) 220-4646
[email protected]
(703) 938-0415
https://www.linkedin.com/profil
e/view?id=339205
Diversity Manager at Andrews Kurth. Contributor to ALA Austin
Chapter Newsletter and speaker at ALA conferences.
[email protected]
(215) 979-1882
http://leveragingdifference.com
/contact/
Employment law partner at Duane Morris. Hiring and
interviewing. Diversity and the law.
“Leveraging Difference.”
Annual Conference Speaker, recommended by ALA staff.
Recommended by ALA New York City Chapter (Kim Swetland).
Diversity maturity and managing diversity tension.
Dempsey, Stephen
De Santis, Chris
Sidley Austin
Washington, D.C.
Independent Consultant
Epstein, Deborah
Law and Reorder™
[email protected]
(610) 658-0836
Grayson, Rhonda
Grey, Robert
Fish & Richardson
San Diego, CA
Hunton & Williams
Karp, Mitchell
VallotKarp Consulting LLC
James, Sylvia
The ALFDP
Washington, D.C.
Hannibal B. Johnson
c/o Arlene Johnson & Assoc, Public
Relations, Tulsa OK (918) 493-1994
(918) 582-6106
(Fax)
Jones
Diversity Group
[email protected]
or
Chicago,
IL
[email protected]
Leadership Council on Legal Diversity
Washington, DC www.lcldnet.org
[email protected]
(858) 678-5642
[email protected]
http://www.lcldnet.org/contac
t
_us.html
(212)
629-9158
[email protected]
m
[email protected]
Johnson, Hannibal B.
Jones, Sharon
Lorenzo, Lori L.
McNichol, Tim
White Men as Full Diversity Partners
Portland, OR
Myers, Verna
Verna Myers Consulting Group
Baltimore, MD
Future Work Institute
Odom, Tanya
Orrin, Chevara
Palmore, Roderick
We Are Straight Allies c/o JASMYN
P.O. Box 380103
Jacksonville, FL 32205
GC, General Mills
Minneapolis, MN
[email protected]
(202) 736-8866
[email protected]
Emeritus Committee Member, Annual Conference presenter.
80 percent of consulting business is with law firms.
Expert on the subject of generational differences.
Diversity and Inclusion, specifically on women’s initiatives, as
well as others. Recommended by Ruth Fry.
Diversity manager at Fish & Richardson.
Chair, Leadership Council on Legal Diversity.
Recommended by Jenniffer Brown and Paul Farnsworth.
President, Association of Law Firm Diversity Professionals.
Attorney, author, consultant. Adjunct professor at The University
of Tulsa College of Law, Oklahoma State University, and the
University of Oklahoma.
http://www.jonesdiversity.com/ President, Jones Diversity Group. Principal, O-H Community
i ndex.php?page=sharon
Partners. “Rules of the Game.” “Unleashing the Power of
Inclusion.”
(202) 507-5876
Director of Programs
Recommended by Ruth Fry, ALA Maryland Chapter
[email protected]
http://www.hannibalbjohnson.
com/
http://www.wmfdp.com/staff
- and-associates-timmcnichol- associate-wmfdpteam.html
http://www.vernamyersconsul
ting.com/default.aspx
http://www.futureworkinstitute
. [email protected]com
odom/index.ph
http://wearestraightallies.com/
p
http://www.generalmills.com/C
ompany/Leadership/Roderick_R
ick_A_Palmore.aspx
SHRM speaker. Recommended by Michelle Martin.
Consultant, Author of Moving Diversity Forward. Recommended
by Dave Farrell. 2015 Annual Conference diversity educator.
Recommended by Shari Tivy.
Recommended by Carianne Reggio.
ABA Legal Rebel and lead for the 2004 Call to Action.
Papillon, Kimberly
The Better Mind
http://thebettermind.com/
[email protected]
m (510) 545-3515
Peterson, Eric
SHRM
Arlington, VA
R3 Group
Chicago, IL
White Men As Full Diversity Partners
Portland, OR
[email protected]
Pigott, Jane
Proudman, Bill
Reeves, Arin
Regan, Margaret
Richardson, Veta
Robbins, Steve L.
Rose, Donna
Ross, Howard
Segal, Jonathan
Smith, Dr. J Goosby
Stromeyer, Britta
Tapia, Andrés
Nextions
Chicago, IL
The FutureWork Institute
Brooklyn, NY
ACC
Washington, DC
S.L. Robbins & Associates
Grand Rapids, MI
TransEducate
Mesa, AZ
Recognized expert on the subject of judicial and legal decisionmaking. Her emphasis on resolving unconscious processes,
prejudice and bias is based on neuroscience studies. She is an
attorney, a judicial educator and a lecturer. She serves as
regular faculty for the National Judicial College and she is a
Senior Education Specialist at the California Judicial Council’s
Administrative Office of the Courts in the Education Division.
Manager of SHRM’s National Diversity & Inclusion
http://www.r3group.net/05.htm Recommended by Roz Hazzard (Bingham McHale) and Patty
Stewart (Winstead).
http://www.wmfdp.com/wmfdp SHRM speaker. Recommended by Michelle Martin.
-founders-bill-proudman-coodiversity-efforts.html
http://www.nextions.com/about Recommended by ALA Mile High Chapter.
-us/our-team/
http://www.futureworkinstitute
Recommended by Michelle Martin.
.c
om/aboutus/our/margaret.html
202.293.4103 x329
Executive Director of the Minority Corporate Counsel Association
[email protected]
http://slrobbins.com/v2/
“Unleashing the Power of Inclusion.” Asian Pacific American
http://www.donnarose.com/Ed
ucation.html
A leading author, writer, speaker and trainer on transgender and
transsexual issues. She’s done trainings for Dickstein Shapiro
LLP, the Human Rights Campaign and others.
SHRM keynote. Concurrent at 2010 Multicultural Forum on
Workplace Diversity at University of St. Thomas.
Recommended by Mary Robinson. Frequent SHRM speaker.
Cook Ross Inc.
Silver Springs, MD
Duane Morris LLP
Philadelphia, PA
http://www.cookross.com/conta
ct%20us.asp
http://www.duanemorris.com/a
ttorneys/jonathanasegal.html
Seaver College of Business at
Pepperdine University
Malibu, CA
The Stromeyer Group
San Francisco, CA
Diversity Best Practices
Chicago, IL
http://seaver.pepperdine.edu/b
usiness/facultystaff/member.ht
m?facid=jaye_smith
http://www.stromeyergroup.co
m/index-g.html
http://www.diversitybestpractic
es.com/person/andr%C3%A9st-tapia
http://www.rthomasconsulting.
com/
Recommended by Michelle Martin.
303.320.1443 www.differenceworks.com
[email protected]
Recommended by Jenniffer Brown. Her signature topic is about
gender diversity in leadership but she also conducts workshops
on generational differences in the workplace. She has also
written a book: Difference Works: Improving Retention,
Productivity and Profitability through Inclusion.
Thomas, R. Roosevelt
RT Consulting & Training
Atlanta, GA
Turner, Caroline
Principal, DifferenceWORKS, LLC
Annual Conference speaker, former ALA member.
Chief Diversity Officer, Hewitt Associates. Author, The Inclusion
Paradox. Recommended by ALA Puget Sound Chapter.
President, Roosevelt Thomas Consulting & Training. Very
expensive, but very good.
Velasquez, Mauricio
Warrick, Scott
Wimes, Michelle
Wingert, Steve
Winters, Mary Frances
Wise, Tim
Yamate, Sandra
DTG
Herndon, VA
Scott Warrick Consulting
Reynoldsburg, OH
Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak &
Stewart, P.C. Kansas City, MO
Marshall Gerstein Borun
Chicago, IL
The Winters Group
Bowie, MD
Speak Out Speakers
Berkley, CA
http://www.diversitydtg.com/
Recommended by Michelle Martin.
http://www.scottwarrick.com/
Highest rated SHRM diversity speaker in 2009.
http://www.ogletreedeakins.co
m/attorneys/michelle-p-wimes
(312) 423-3448
[email protected]
http://www.wintersgroup.com/
Recommended by Rhonda Grayson.
The Institute for Inclusion in the
Legal Profession
Chicago, IL
[email protected]
(312) 628-5885
http://www.timwise.org/contact
The Administrator’s Role in Diversity and Inclusion
ALA Webinar speaker.
White Like Me, Reflections on Race from a Privileged Son
author. Anti-racism workshops. Recommended by Andrea
Everage. Speaking at 2014 ALA Annual Conference
Former head of the ABA Center for Racial and Ethnic Diversity.
Founding President, Chicago Committee on Diversity in Large
Law Firms.

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