Chair of Burr & Forman’s Women’s Initiative Discusses Empowering Future Women Leaders August 31, 2012

    August 31, 2012

    Expanding from Burr & Forman’s Diversity Committee, which was formally commissioned beginning in 2001, Partner Jennifer “Ginger” M. Busby proudly serves as the Chair of the firm’s new Women’s Initiative.

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