Aronberg Goldgehn Attorneys Introduce Vision 2020 to the Community
Chicago law firm Aronberg Goldgehn played a key role in bringing the national gender equality initiative known as “Vision 2020” to Chicago, when it successfully held its Second Annual Congress in the city earlier this month. More than 120 prominent women business and public sector leaders from throughout the country attended the Congress and served as delegates from their respective states.
ComEd President Anne Pramaggiore served as co-chair of the Chicago Host Committee for the Congress. Firm attorneys Mary Vidal Hays, Blooma Stark, Katie Attebery and Amy Rapoport Gibson were actively involved in this initiative as members of the Chicago Host Committee, and helped welcome the participants to Chicago.
Aronberg Goldgehn, which has a strong commitment to mentoring and advancing women, has been proud to play a leading role in this important, ongoing 10-year initiative, and appreciates the opportunity to work so closely with the many prominent women leaders from throughout the country who are involved in this project. The firm will continue to participate in this initiative.
Vision 2020 was launched last year by Drexel University’s College of Medicine in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Vision 2020’s 10-year action agenda is working to bring the entire country closer to gender equality by 2020 to mark the centennial of the 19th amendment. For more details on Vision 2020 and to get involved, please visit http://www.drexel.edu/vision2020/get_involved.