Erin Marie Meyer is the Pro Bono Counsel at Proskauer Rose LLP, where she manages the firm’s global pro bono practice. Prior to that, Erin was a senior litigation associate at Hogan Lovells US LLP. I met Erin when we both worked at Proskauer, and I admire her for being a champion of diversity and inclusion, social justice and public service in Big Law.

Erin writes about a variety of pro bono legal issues for Proskauer’s blog, Proskauer For Good. Learn more about Erin in this Women Who Wow profile.


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I’m so excited for the next Women Who Wow webinar on 6/17 because I get to share the virtual stage with Helen Burness and Katie Lipp to talk about how we built our businesses and brands using social media. PS – I met Katie and Helen on LinkedIn of course!

We will cover how to:

The next Woman Who Wows is Jennifer Gillman, the President of Gillman Strategic Group, a legal recruiting company focused solely on law firm partner placement.

Her goal is to help dissatisfied law firm partners and solo practitioners find the perfect fit at another firm, which can make a dramatic difference in their career and personal satisfaction.

After practicing law for 12 years, she realized that legal recruiting combined her two passions of law and matchmaking. She worked with a full-service New Jersey legal recruiting firm for 10 years, before following her dream and launching Gillman Strategic Group in 2018.

Get to know more about Jennifer in this profile.


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I’ve been a big fan of Shari Belitz on LinkedIn over the pandemic. Her posts are eye catching and different for starters. Her engagement is high – she regularly uses song lyrics in her posts, colorful visuals and timely topics to liven up the topic of litigation consulting services. (You can follow her hashtag #clearasabelitz).

When Naomi Osaka announced that she would not be competing in the French Open, she opened up about her struggles with anxiety and depression.

In doing so, she gave a voice to the tens of millions of people who struggle with these mental health issues, like me.

Maybe you are also struggling with anxiety or

For over 20 years, Edie Reinhardt has worked with professional service firms to increase their name recognition, position themselves as industry experts and stand out from the competition. In particular, she specializes in helping law and accounting firms market and grow their business.

Prior to starting her business, she practiced law at a mid-sized law firm and worked in editorial, marketing and business development roles within professional media companies. Learn more about her in this Women Who Wow profile.


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I keep seeing lawyers post on LinkedIn about their recent Chambers rankings, and while there’s nothing wrong with posts like these, especially because we like to cheer on others’ successes, the mistake I see a lot of lawyers make in these posts is that they come off sounding boastful, formulaic and formal.

Not to mention,

Alycia Sutor is a Managing Director at consulting firm GrowthPlay where she provides organizations with research-based insight to maximize human potential in the areas of business development and revenue growth. She helps lawyers, accountants, consultants and other doer-sellers solve business development, leadership and teaming challenges to grow their practices.

I’m excited to feature her in

Get to know Elena Cutri, the Director of Education Services at Lexis Nexis in this Women Who Wow profile.

Elena is a lifelong learner at heart and an educator by trade who partners with clients around the world to guide their software adoption strategy. She leads a team of professional trainers who create effective and engaging learning for today’s Modern Learner.

Elena is an adjunct professor at a Chicago college where she teaches public speaking and group communication skills. She volunteers as chair of a 3,000-parent network for a Special Education Resource Group in her community and leads a Girl Scout troop and teaches work-readiness classes for adults with special needs. She learns the most though from her husband and three children. Elena holds her MA in Corporate Communications from Northern Illinois University and a MBA in Marketing Management from Loyola University.


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