KYW Radio reporter Pat Loeb spoke to Weber Gallagher’s Women’s Initiative group last week. Loeb spoke about her career and how she balanced covering everything from volcanos to a coup while raising her four children.
The talk was followed by a question and answer session and a roundtable discussion on managing work and an outside life along with business development and networking in today’s world.
Weber Gallagher’s Women’s Initiative was created in 2012 to support and develop the careers of women attorneys in the firm and to reach out to women in the community. Teaching women how to build their business and encourage them to be in charge of their careers is the goal of Partner Lynne Z. Gold-Bikin, who is the group’s Chair.
Weber Gallagher identifies with the diverse needs of women professionals and the group also seeks to help women balance work and outside life and to encourage women to consider the field of law.
About Weber Gallagher
Weber Gallagher has more than 115 attorneys and 18 civil practice areas. The firm provides legal counseling and representation in the Mid-Atlantic United States to local, national and international businesses, financial institutions and insurance companies. To learn more, visit www.wglaw.com.