NAWJ congratulates the 2019-2020 Board of Directors, elected during the 2019 Annual Conference

Hon. Bernadette D’Souza President Hon. Mary White District 1 Director
Hon. Karen M. Donohue President-Elect Hon. Kathy J. King District 2 Director
Hon. Elizabeth A. White        VP-Districts’ Hon. Vivian Medinilla District 3 Director
Hon. Heidi M. Pasichow        VP-Publications Hon. Anita Josey-Herring   District 4 Director
Hon. Orlinda L. Naranjo Secretary Hon. Anne Barnes District 5 Director
Hon. Elizabeth K. Lee Treasurer Hon. Lynda Jones District 6 Director
Hon. Tamila E. Ipema Immediate Past President Hon. Maureen Sweeney     District 7 Director
Hon. Marcella Holland Finance Committee Chair Hon. Ann Breen-Greco District 8 Director
Hon. Pennie McLaughlin       Projects Committee Chair Hon. Emily Gould Chafa District 9 Director
Hon. Karen Sage Committee Liaison Hon. Cheryl Rios District 10 Director
Hon. Vivian Medinilla ABA Delegate Hon. Brandy Mueller District 11 Director
Hon. Toni E. Clarke ABA Liaison Hon. Colleen Clark District 12 Director
Hon. Lisette Shirdan-Harris   International Director Hon. Pamela Washington   District 13 Director
Hon. Lisa Walsh (June 2020) International Director Hon. Wendy Coats District 14 Director

Hon. Bernadette D’Souza selected her the theme for her term as president, Innovative Efforts to Improve Access to Justice through Global Judicial Leadership.

This month, NAWJ welcomes the New Executive Director Priya Purandare. Serving as the current interim executive director for the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA), Priya brings over a decade of leadership experience at membership and advocacy-based organizations.

Mark your calendar for the NAWJ 2020 Midyear Meeting, March 11-13, 2020, New Orleans, LA and the 2020 Annual Meeting October 13-16, 2020, Nashville, TN.

This blog post was prepared by Hon. Bernadette Bernadette D’Souza, President, and Laurie Hein Denham, CAE, Interim Executive Director of the National Association of Women Judges.   The views presented in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily represent the views of the IAWJ.