March 23, 2022
Watch this month’s video interview with NELC President Stacey Campbell and NELC Academy Alumnus Daveante Jones to get a first-hand account on getting involved in NELC.
Daveante shares with us how he first got involved in the NELC through the NELC Academy, and why he participated in this program twice.
We’re thrilled to announce the 2022 Class of NELC Academy Fellows. After a highly competitive process with many outstanding applicants, we’ve selected 30 Fellows based on their high potential for success and a commitment to advancing diversity and inclusion in management-side employment law.
Our 2022 NELC Academy Fellows will receive advanced skills training and have direct interaction with in-house attorneys and leading minority labor and employment defense lawyers from across the country. They will also be plugged into our national network of NELC Academy alumni, which includes dozens of in-house counsel in law departments across the U.S., partners in leading employment law groups, as well as DEI and HR executives.
Please join us in congratulating and welcoming the NELC Academy Class of 2022!
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