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Leadership Council on Legal                           2017 Pathfinders for the Leadership
Diversity Fellow                                      Council on Legal Diversity

John Huang, a partner in Katten’s Commercial          Katten attorneys Manny Mevs and Tenley
     Finance practice in Chicago, was selected                   Mochizuki were selected as members of the
     to be a member of the 2017 class of Fellows,                2017 class of Pathfinders for the LCLD. The
participating in a landmark program created by        Pathfinder Program was designed by the LCLD to offer
the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity (LCLD)      young attorneys critical career development resources
to identify, train and advance the next generation    and strategies, including networking and leadership
of leaders in the legal profession. “John joins a     training. Both associates in Katten’s New York office,
select group of experienced attorneys from diverse    Manny focuses on structured finance and asset-backed
backgrounds who have been recognized for their        securitizations while Tenley concentrates her practice
potential as leaders in their organizations,” Leslie  in litigation matters. Katten is deeply committed to
Minier commented. Katten has been involved in         identifying training and development opportunities
the LCLD Fellows Program since its launch in 2011,    for diverse attorneys to reach their full potential,
and we have seen many of our participants develop     which the LCLD Pathfinder Program provides.
career-altering relationships with in-house counsel   “Manny and Tenley are rising stars in the legal field,
through the program and continue to maintain          and this program gives them access to developing the
those connections long after their fellowships have   skills they need to advance and succeed throughout
ended.                                                their careers,” explained Chairman Roger Furey.

              Named one of the                      Named to                                  Recognized by Equality
“Best Places to Work for LGBT Equality”  Working Mother magazine’s                            Illinois as one of the
                                                                                              top Illinois law firms
     by the Human Rights Campaign            “100 Best Companies”                             for LGBT inclusiveness
            every year since 2009            every year since 2007                            and equality

                                                                    Recognized by Equality Illinois
                                                                        as one of the top Illinois
                                                                           law firms for LGBT
                                                                       inclusiveness and equality

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