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Carmen Ortiz was named a Women’s Bar Association 2019 Lelia J. Robinson Award Recipient

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The Lelia J. Robinson Award honors women attorneys who have captured the spirit of Lelia J. Robinson, the first woman admitted to practice in Massachusetts. The award recognizes women who, like Robinson, are pioneers in the legal profession and have made a difference in the community.

Carmen Ortiz was named a Women’s Bar Association 2019 Lelia J. Robinson Award Recipient

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Pam Hamlin is named to the Board of Cambridge Bancorp

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Pamela Hamlin is one of three women named to the Board of Cambridge Bancorp and its subsidiary, Cambridge Trust Company. Read about her appointment here.

2019 Summer Reception

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Our 2019 Summer Reception was a beautiful evening in a beautiful location hosted by Dr. Paula Johnson, President, Wellesley College.

 

2019 Women Opening Doors for Women

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This year’s Women Opening Doors for Women hosted by Deb Manus at Nutter, McClennen & Fish was a fabulous Night! 40 Mentors + over 80 Mentees connected for an evening of great connections and learning.

Save the Date: Women Opening Doors for Women is Tuesday, May 7th

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Women Opening Doors for Women is the Forum’s annual mentoring event that connects Mentees (emerging leaders) with Mentors (MWF members). This year’s event will be held at Nutter McClennen & Fish in the Seaport. We are looking for  35-40 members to join the event and act as members. Registration link coming soon.

MWF President Dana Born to be keynote speaker at IWF WABN 2018 Leadership Roundtable

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Massachusetts Women’s Forum President Dana Born will be a featured keynote speaker and part of the IWF WABN 2018 Deedee Corradini Leadership Roundtable in Miami on October 25.

This signature event is named in memory of Deedee Corradini, Past President of IWF, to honor her legacy of championing women’s leadership and women in sport. It also serves as the cornerstone of the EY Women Athletes Business Network (WABN) Mentoring Program (click for more information).

The 2018 class of WABN mentees come from 8 countries and are elite athletes who now work in a diverse range of industries and sectors. The IWF choose Dana, given her multi-faceted background and leadership expertise, to be an inspiration to this new class of mentees.