Participants come from firm’s Houston, Louisville and Cincinnati Offices
Three Frost Brown Todd (FBT) attorneys will participate in Leadership Council on Legal Diversity’s (LCLD) highly sought-after leadership development programs. Houston Member Cleve Glenn was named a 2022 LCLD Fellow. Louisville Associate Souhila EL Moussaoui and Cincinnati Senior Associate Michael Elliott were selected to participate in LCLD’s Pathfinder Program. For more information on FBT’s diversity and inclusion efforts, visit Frost Brown Todd’s website.
“These LCLD programs, both national in scope, are among the top leadership development programs in the legal industry, and the training and exposure our attorneys get benefits them individually and pays tremendous dividends for the firm as a whole,” said FBT Chief Diversity Officer Chris Johnson. “When our attorneys of color, especially our younger associates, can learn from some of the most successful and prominent practitioners in the country, they learn how others before them overcame obstacles and can see a clearer path forward for themselves. Opportunities like this help to strengthen our inclusive culture, which is always top of mind for us. We’re counting on Souhila, Michael and Cleve to bring those lessons back to the firm. When they’re succeeding and rising up through the ranks, the firm is winning too.”
LCLD’s Pathfinder Program focuses on the career development of attorneys in the early stage of their careers who show exceptional promise. Those selected go through both virtual and in-person training, online courses, and networking events to build their leadership skills. The Fellows Program is a year-long program focused on the next generation of leaders in the legal profession and welcomes 426 participants this year. The Pathfinder Program includes 433 hand-selected legal professionals from across the country.