WLAMF Leadership Reception

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Photo 1: The Women Lawyers Association of Michigan Foundation (WLAMF) hosted its 2017 Reception for Education and Community Leadership on Thursday, March 23, at the Rust Belt Market in Ferndale. During the event, WLAMF Trustees Paula Talarico (left) of Talarico & Associates PC and Maya Watson (right) of Bodman PLC presented the Do Good Work Grant to Hope Shores Alliance. Happy to accept the grant was Katy Conklin (center), executive director of Hope Shores Alliance. As northeast Michigan’s leading experts on sexual and domestic violence, Hope Shores Alliance believes that everyone has the right to live in a safe environment. The staff supports and advocates for survivors and their families with a variety of free, confidential and voluntary services and resources that include a 24-hour help and support line, advocacy, counseling, supportive listening, emergency shelter, and long term housing.
 

Photo 2:  Also during the reception, this year’s student scholarship awardees were celebrated. The WLAMF’s primary mission is to support the education of women who show leadership in advancing the position of women in society. Founded in 1983, the WLAMF reorganized in 1997 around this mission, realized annually through scholarship awards to outstanding women law students attending Michigan law schools.  
 

Photo by John Meiu

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