Shumaker lawyer Brittainy Joyner has been accepted into the 2022 cohort of the Nonprofit Leadership Center’s Advancing Racial Equity on Nonprofit Boards (ARENB) Fellowship.
The six-part ARENB program is designed to advance racial and ethnic diversity, equity and inclusion on nonprofit boards throughout Tampa Bay.
“At Shumaker, we understand the importance of promoting racial equity. We are happy to see our attorneys, like Brittainy, being committed to doing something about it,” said Shumaker Partner and Diversity and Inclusion Committee Co-Chair Maria Del Carmen Ramos.
Joyner is a member of Shumaker’s Litigation and Disputes Service Line, practicing disputes for homeowners associations.
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