Pat Gillette on Diversity in the Board Room
The mediator has been speaking about diversity for 40+ years, and has reasons for optimism
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By Trevor Kupfer on July 5, 2017
When she’s not mediating cases with JAMS in San Francisco, Pat Gillette is probably speaking about diversity—she does so at about 40 events per year. She worked as an employment lawyer for more than 40 years, watching as corporations made more progress than law firms, which still have a long way to go in her view. She has reasons for hope, however, as she explains here.
Gillette’s story was also featured in the 2017 issue of Northern California Super Lawyers.
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