Kelly Culhane speaks at Ark Group’s 13th Annual Women’s Legal Summit in San Diego

Our co-founder Kelly Rittenberry Culhane was a featured presenter this week at Ark Group (UK)’s 13th Annual Women Legal Conference in San Diego, speaking on how Culhane Meadows’ innovative financial model eliminates the glass ceiling.

The business case for diversity and inclusion has been made, again and again… 

There is a compelling business case for embracing diversity in ways that are practically and intrinsically linked to strategy—as a more diverse team contributes a wider range of experience, skills, and perspectives that enhances team performance, attracts superior talent, better reflects our customer base—and ultimately improves the bottom line.

Ark Group’s 13th annual WOMEN LEGAL conference once again examined actions that have had a direct impact on the advancement or preservation of organizations committed to diversity and inclusion—showcasing the journey several firms have made, while sharing real-world practices, experiences and lessons learned on the road to gender equity (with an eye on the future).

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