Colleen Kavanagh Cockrum
March 23, 2012
The Network Journal has selected the partner-in-charge of Fulbright's Houston office, Shauna Clark, as a TNJ25—one of 25 Influential Black Women in Business.
In its 14th year, TNJ's selection committee reviews nominations from around the country. Nominees range from CEOs to presidents; board chairs to business owners. The committee then whittles down the list to 25 African-American women.
Ms. Clark began her career in 1994 as an employment attorney in Fulbright's Houston office. Board certified in Labor and Employment Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, she represents management in all aspects of employment law matters.
Other Influential Black Women in Business for 2012 include leaders from:
|American Express Co.||Harvest of Hope Family Services Network||New York Urban League|
|BET Networks||Industrial Bank||Siemens Foundation|
|Bowie State University||JP Morgan Chase||The About Group|
|EMC2 Corporation||Kraft Foods||The New York Racing Association|
|Entergy Nuclear Operations||Lauren P. Raysor Law Offices||TIAA-CREF|
|Export Import Bank of the United States||MDStrum Housing Services Inc.||Wells Fargo|
|Global Resource Solutions||Meijer Inc.||Verizon Communications|
|Harlem Hospital Center & Renaissance Healthcare Network||National Basketball Association (NBA)||Zimmer Inc.|
The awards ceremony will be held March 22 at New York City's Marriott New York Marquis. TV co-anchor and author Brenda Blackmon will host.
To learn more about Fulbright's women leaders, visit www.fulbright.com/focusonwomen.