Pictured let to right: Gerald Thomas, Ken Neighbors, Natalina DePina, Natasha Cooper.
McGuireWoods held its third annual Diverse Professionals Networking
Reception on Oct. 23 at the
National Center for Civil and Human Rights. Nearly 40 attendees participated in this evening dedicated to networking
McGuireWoods and McGuireWoods Consulting professionals, clients and friends
of the firm enjoyed networking and took self-guided tours of the museum’s
impressive and often interactive exhibits. Representing McGuireWoods at the
gathering were Atlanta partner and Tax & Employee Benefits Department
Gerald Thomas, public finance partner
Ken Neighbors, and commercial litigation associates
Natalina DePina and
Gerald Thomas, who has organized this event from the beginning, says it
demonstrates the firm’s continuing commitment to diversity and inclusion.
The intent is to promote networking among racially, ethnically diverse
professionals — lawyers, real estate developers and other business people.