The Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys Endorses Candidates
The Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys (“GABWA”) has completed its endorsement process for candidates in the 2018 General Primary and nonpartisan General Election. GABWA is pleased to announce its list of endorsed candidates: GOVERNOR OF GEORGIA STACEY ABRAMS https://staceyabrams.com/ Georgia Court of Appeals, Ellington seat KEN HODGES https://kenhodges.com/ Fulton County Magistrate Court, Chief Judge […]
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GABWA Professional Development Academy 10th Anniversary Celebration!
Join us for the GABWA 10th Anniversary Celebration, taking place on April 12, 2018 at 6pm. Want more details or ready to register? Visit Eventbrite for details.
GABWA Elects Treadwell, Singleton as Historian
The Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys (GABWA) has elected Rita Treadwell, a senior research specialist in Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP’s Atlanta office, as its 37th president. In addition, Atlanta associate Shaniqua L. Singleton has been elected Historian. The GABWA bar organization seeks to nurture, support, and galvanize the power of black women […]
Tracee R. Benzo Named President of Attorney Group
The Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys has selected Tracee R. Benzo, a native of Aiken, as its 2014 president. Benzo is a partner in the Workers Compensation Group at Hasner Law LLC, where she represents injured workers across Georgia. Benzo will lead the organization under the theme “Honoring Our Past…Envisioning Our Future” and focus […]
GABWA’s Shiriki Cavitt Wins Prestigious Award
Shiriki Cavitt is the Community Champion award winner in the 2017 Corporate Counsel Awards sponsored by Atlanta Business Chronicle and the Association of Corporate Counsel Georgia Chapter. Check out the full article here: https://www.bizjournals.com/atlanta/news/2017/05/12/working-with-youth-inspires-cavitt.html
GABWA: Black Female Attorneys Continue 35-year Legacy
You might not have heard of the Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys, but the organization has been active since 1981. It is a voluntary Bar Association of the some of the most powerful Black female lawyers and judicial officials in the state. The group concentrates its activities on the issues of women and children […]
Charlotte Redo Recognized As Community Service Champion
For performing valuable service in the community, Schwartz Rollins Attorney Charlotte Redo has been named a Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys’ (GABWA) 3500 Service Champion. Charlotte began her journey into the legal field by working as a Human Resources Manager for large national companies for over ten years. In this role, she advised managers […]
Janet C. Scott, Installed as GABWA’s 35th President
On January 21, 2016, the Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys installed Janet C. Scott as its 35th President. President will lead the organization under the theme “GABWA at 35: Galvanized to Change Georgia and the World.”