Kim Hulsey, Locke Lord’s Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer based in the Washington, D.C., office, was highlighted by Dallas Business Journal in a recent interview discussing her goals for the Firm and how she plans to build upon the momentum of an existing, strong DEI foundation established by retired Senior Partner Paulette Brown. Hulsey noted her goals to continue supporting, coaching and encouraging members of the Firm, introducing the concept of allyship to ensure diverse perspectives are integral to the solutions it develops for clients.
“I want to continue the good work that has been established by creating some internal messaging that keeps the thoughts of diversity in mind,” Hulsey said. “It means maintaining our profile externally and ensuring that the law industry and the various communities in which we operate know the good work that we're doing, and the way that we are supporting our associates, partners and the communities within which we work.”
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