Jackson Kelly Attorney to Speak at Women in Leadership Symposium
April 27, 2016
Jackson Kelly attorney Danielle M. Waltz will be a panelist at the Women in Leadership Symposium on May 5, 2016, at the University of Charleston. Waltz will present “Developing Political Savvy: Hard Work and Talent Are Not Enough.” Waltz will provide attendees with insight into leveraging politics in the workplace including how to position your ideas in a favorable light and knowing what to say, how to say it and when to say it. Waltz joins other local business leaders who will cover a variety of topics.
Waltz is Counsel in the Commercial Law Practice Group and the Public Policy and Regulatory Affairs Practice Group in the Firm's Charleston office. Ms. Waltz has wide legal experience, including litigating commercial banking cases and handling complex multi-party construction matters. Ms. Waltz also has extensive experience in government relations for a wide array of local, state and national business clients.
The first Women in Leadership Symposium was held in 2004 in San Antonio, Texas. Since that time, symposiums have been held across the United States. According to its mission, the Women in Leadership Symposium strives to “bring together a diverse mix of successful women leaders who, though the discussion of topics relevant to today’s issues, educate, inspire and encourage women.” For more information on the Charleston event, or to register, please visit http://wilsymposium.com/2016-symposiums/2016-charleston/.