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Dedicated to Promoting the Status of Women in the Legal Community OUTGOING PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE By Twyla Sketchley, TWL’s Outgoing President and a Florida Bar Board Certified Elder Law Attorney and Certified Circuit Civil Mediator with The Sketchley Law Firm, P.A. Ms. Sketchley may be reached at Outgoing President’s Message (850) 894-0152 or at twyla SUMMER 2011 Inside This Issue: 1-2 3 4 4 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 Member News A year ago, I became President of TWL. Un- sure of how to lead this group of incredible women Meeting Sponsors & Providers through TWL’s 30 th year, I spoke with those who served as Past Presidents and learned expectations were high. I feared I would be unable to reach those expecta- Join TWL’s Mentoring Program tions. I quickly realized TWL was safe. The success of TWL had nothing to do with me. The success of Thanks from LSNF TWL was because of the nearly 30 incredible women who served as TWL’s Board. If one could compare this year to a play, my job was that of a mere stage hand, FAWL Update sliding back the curtain to allow the talent to take the stage and wow the audience. And, wow is what this Board and TWL’s membership did. TWL’s Inaugural Rookie Camp TWL received the 2011 Chief Justice’s Volun- tary Bar Pro Bono Service Award for the more than 6000 hours a year in pro bono service members provide. WE Network Update In addition, TWL member Elizabeth “Bib” Willis re- ceived the 2011 Second Judicial Circuit Pro Bono Ser- vice Award. TWL also honored Wendy Loquasto, Elizabeth “Bib” Willis, Meghan Boudreau Daigle, Get Involved in TWL! Winifred Acosta NeSmith, M. Catherine Lannon, and Carol S. Grondzik with its Inspirational Service Awards to honor their pro bono and community service. Important Announcements Continued on page 2 Membership Application
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President’s Message cont’d from p. 1 Judge Judith Hawkins, TWL’s Sunshine Chair, sent countless notes on behalf of TWL to congratu- late members on accomplishments and to offer support in times of need. These are essential to TWL’s mission of support and friendship. Every general membership meeting was a success because of the work of Meghan Boudreau Daigle, TWL’s Programs Chair, and Jenny Kim, TWL’s Meetings Coordinator. Elizabeth “Bib” Willis or- ganized TWL’s Judicial Candidates Forum allowing TWL members to meet the candidates for Second Judi- cial Circuit Court Judge. For the first time in history, the two candidates were women. Carol Grondzik and Cathy Lannon produced the color 30 th Anni- versary Year Directory which was provided to every member and mem- bers of the judiciary. Catherine Chapman and Megan Warren organized a spec- tacular Judicial Reception. This year’s festivities even included a new feature - a photo history of the judici- ary. Winifred Acosta NeSmith organized TWL community service efforts, including a Second Harvest food drive, a holiday fund-raiser to raise donations for Refuge House, Office of Public Guardian, Inc. (OPG) and Guardian Ad Litem, and TWL’s donations for the Bed, Bath and Hope Program and the TMH Pediatric ICU. Wendy Loquasto helped TWL renew its commitment to assisting Legal Ser- vices of North Florida with financial donations to Jazz for Justice and through the recruitment of volunteers to serve LSNF clients. First District Court of Appeal Judge Stephanie Williams Ray co- ordinated TWL’s mentoring program in which TWL members mentored approximately 50 FSU law students. This year’s mentoring program in- cluded TWL’s 30 th Anniversary Year Rookie Camp, supported by grants from the Florida Bar Foundation. Rookie Camp was organized and di- rected to its success by Jenny Shoaf and Lindsey Lawton, who had help from more than 30 volunteers from TWL, the judiciary, and the legal community. Lauchlin Waldoch and Dana Brooks evaluated TWL’s Legacy of Excellence program. Their sugges- tions and changes will ensure the pro- gram’s continuation and growth for years to come. Tracy Moye organized TWL’s annual Breakfast and Books Program with PACE Center for Girls. Her tireless work included providing a new, more engaging approach for vol- unteers and students, and evaluated the program. Olivia Klein is creating a Jessica Slatten produced history of TWL over the past 30 TWL’s circuit wide and member only years. newsletters, which have expanded in size and distribution this year. Gigi Rollini, Florida Associa- tion for Women Lawyers President, Aubrey Posey coordinated continued to chair the WE Network, TWL’s public relations and produced including updating the WE Network TWL’s monthly E-news as well as all website and organizing social events of the additional E-reminders and no- and fundraisers. tices. Florida Bar Board of Gover- Carly Schrader arranged nors and TWL members Larry Sell- TWL’s annual Spring Lunch and ers and Bill Davis worked with TWL Learn series, which brought both Bar and TWL member Karen Campbell, CLE and mediator CMEs to atten- Executive Director of OPG, to coordi- dees. nate the Board of Governors’ commu- nity work day to revitalize the Talla- Monica Freeland, TWL’s hassee Developmental Center, which Special Events Chair, led TWL to houses several OPG clients. another victory in the Annual Chili Cook-off. Her efforts included creat- In addition to these events, ing a jail cell from which TWL’s chili Jennifer Sullivan Davis and Jessica was served. Leigh audited the entire TWL mem- bership roll and dues as part of Trudy Innes Richardson FAWL’s transition to a new executive worked with local firms and busi- director. Their efforts increased nesses to find sponsors for TWL’s TWL’s revenue and created a new events and general membership meet- membership roster. ings. I am so happy to pass this Regina Keenan and Carol legacy to Jennifer Sullivan Davis. Grondzik found awards, solicited She takes the reins of a fantastic or- nominations for those awards and cre- ganization filled with women and men ated countless nomination packets who will make her look good, as they used by TWL to nominate its mem- made me look this year. As I leave, I bers for local, state and national want to thank everyone for their work, awards. support, and friendship. P AGE 2
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MEMBER NEWS P AGE 3 TWL Member and Past President Mary Ellen TWL Member Karen Oehme was named a Dis- Clark was elected chair of the Government Lawyer Sec- tinguished University Scholar at FSU. Ms. Oehme is the tion and appointed to the Professional Ethics Committee director of the Institute for Family Violence Studies and of The Florida Bar. received the award for her work on domestic violence issues. Congratulations to TWL’s Special Events Com- mittee Chair, Monica Freeland, formerly Monica Evans, TWL Member and Past President Chasity on her marriage. O’Steen, of Rose Sundstrom & Bently, was presented with FAWL’s Leaders in the Law Award. TWL Member and 30th Anniversary Co-chair Carol S. Grondzik received TWL’s June 2011 Inspira- TWL Member Lynne Quimby-Pennock was tional Service Award in recognition of her pro bono and appointed as an Administrative Law Judge at Florida’s community service. Division of Administrative Hearings. TWL Member and Sunshine Chair Judge Judith TWL Member and Mentoring Director Judge W. Hawkins received the Parks & Crump Thurgood Stephanie Williams Ray was appointed by Governor Marshall Judicial Excellence Award at the Law Week Rick Scott as a judge at Florida’s First District Court of Celebration & Recognition Ceremony hosted by Legal Appeal. Services of North Florida, Inc. Judge Hawkins also re- TWL Member and FAWL President Gigi Rollini ceived FAWL’s Leaders in the Law Award. was named both a 2011 Super Lawyers Rising Star and TWL Member and 30th Anniversary Co-chair M. Florida Trend Legal Elite Up & Comer for Appellate Catherine Lannon received TWL’s April 2011 Inspira- Law. tional Service Award in recognition of her pro bono and TWL Member Cathy Sellers was appointed as community service. an Administrative Law Judge at Florida’s Division of TWL Member and Past FAWL and TWL Presi- Administrative Hearings. dent Judge June C. McKinney received FAWL’s Rose- TWL President Twyla Sketchley is the Chair- mary Barkett Outstanding Achievement Award, and is Elect of the Elder Law Section of the Florida Bar. Ms. pictured below (second from left) at the awards ceremony Sketchley was also named as one of Florida Trend’s 2011 luncheon with (L-R) FAWL Presidents Siobhan Shea, Legal Elite and was presented with FAWL’s Leaders in Susan Healey, and Gigi Rollini. the Law Award. TWL Member Jessica Enciso Varn was ap- pointed as an Administrative Law Judge at Florida’s Di- vision of Administrative Hearings. GOT NEWS? TWL attempts to stay current with what’s happening in its members’ lives and to recognize member achieve- ments in the Member News section of its quarterly newsletter. Our members are very accomplished, however, so as hard as we try, we sometimes miss things. If you have any news (regarding yourself or another TWL member) that you would like TWL to publish, please submit it to TWL’s Newsletter Director, Jessica L. Slatten, at jslat [email protected] Additionally, member news also appears in TWL’s E-News, which is published more frequently than the quarterly newsletter. Submit member news for publication in TWL’s E-News to TWL’s Public Relations Director, Aubrey Posey, at aubrey [email protected] We look forward to sharing your news!
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MEETING SPONSORS & SERVICE PROVIDERS Because TWL is a non-profit, voluntary bar organization, contributions from sponsors and volunteer services providers are critical to maintaining the excellent level of programming TWL currently provides to its members. TWL would like to thank the following meeting sponsors and volunteer service providers who have contributed to its meetings since May 2011. LexisNexis sponsored TWL’s May Lunch & Learn CLEs. Healthy Solutions, Inc. provided seated massages at TWL’s June 15, 2011, General Membership Meeting, The Art of Fun. Healthy Solutions, Inc. is located at 521 East College Ave., Tallahassee, FL 32301, (850) 545-1368. For information regarding sponsorship opportunities, contact TWL’s Director of Development, Jason O’Steen, at (850) 877-1028 or at [email protected] JOIN TWL’S MENTORING PROGRAM It’s that time of year again—time to join TWL’s Mentoring Program! Our mentoring program pairs judge and attorney mentors with FSU College of Law students from the Women’s Law Symposium. This year’s program will include events designed to build strong mentor-mentee relationships and provide valu- able networking and learning opportunities for all involved. Mentor-mentee pairings will be made in Au- gust so that we can hit the ground running when the students return to school. If you would like to serve as a mentor this year, or to learn more about the program, please contact Judge Stephanie Williams Ray at [email protected] or 850-487-1000. MANY THANKS TO TWL FOR ITS SUPPORT OF JAZZ FOR JUSTICE! By Wendy Loquasto, TWL’s Liaison to Legal Services Legal Services of North Florida, Inc., extends its grateful thanks to Tallahassee Women Lawyers for its support of Jazz for Justice through its Family Sponsorship and through the hours of donated time by TWL volunteers and the purchase of tickets and sponsorships and the donation of items to the silent auction by its members. Thanks to TWL and the other supporters, Jazz for Justice 2011 was the BEST JAZZ EVER and the most successful! Special thanks to the following TWL members who went above and beyond: Catherine Chapman, Meghan Boudreau Daigle, Jennifer Sullivan Davis, Carol S. Grondzik, Joan Humphrey Anderson, Trudy Innes Richardson, Jessica Leigh, Wendy Loquasto, Lauren Moody, Dana Morris-Brooks, Winifred Acosta Nesmith, Aubrey Posey, and Twyla Sketchley. In these economic times, with Governor Scott’s veto of $1 million in funds to legal services or- ganizations ($52K to LSNF), the Florida Legislature’s cut of $1 million for foreclosure assistance ($60K to LSNF), and proposals in Washington to cut $300 million from Legal Services Corporation appropriations (a rollback to pre-1999 funding), the importance of efforts like Jazz for Justice and the generosity of support- ers like TWL cannot be understated. THANKS, TWL, FOR ALL YOU DO FOR LSNF! Without your support, LSNF could not continue to assist the low-income citizens of Florida’s Panhandle by ensuring equal justice for all! P.S. Don’t forget to contact John Fenno (701-3306 or [email protected]) to sign up for the LSNF Hotline. P AGE 4
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FAWL: ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL YEAR IN REVIEW By Jennifer Sullivan Davis, TWL’s FAWL Representative and President-Elect. Ms. Davis is an attorney at Guilday, Tucker, Schwartz & Simpson, P.A., where she practices professional liability defense. She may be reached at [email protected] or at (850) 224-7091. This has been an incredibly successful year for the Florida Association for Women Lawyers (FAWL), TWL’s statewide parent organization. FAWL is entering its 60 th year and I have recognized that the key to its successes this year was the leadership by FAWL President, Gigi Rollini of Holland & Knight, LLP, and other TWL members in- cluding Elizabeth “Bib” Willis, FAWL’s Legislative Director, and Karen Howe, TWL Affiliate Member and FAWL’s new Executive Director. Serving as a Chapter Representative for TWL for the second year in a row really gave me a good idea of how instrumental FAWL has been in shaping The Bar’s focus on women and diversity, as well as the challenges that a statewide organization has managing 29 Chapters. As President of FAWL, Gigi Rollini coordinated FAWL’s Inaugural Women’s Leadership Summit, which was held in March in Tallahassee in conjunction with FAWL’s Lobby Day and TWL’s award-winning Women’s Em- powerment Series. In her additional role as Immediate Past President of TWL, Gigi fully launched TWL’s Profes- sional Women’s Exchange (WE) Network, which is a broad network of professionals and community leaders brought together for the purpose of facilitating business and leadership development for women professionals. There is no better way for a woman to get ahead in marketing than by creating her own network of people for referrals and lead- ership opportunities, while helping the community at the same time. Bib Willis was instrumental in coordinating Lobby Day this year. Once again, Bib gave our FAWL visitors a warm welcome and thorough tour of the Capitol building. Bib always makes visiting FAWL members feel as if they are getting a personal tour of our community! Karen Howe, TWL Affiliate Member and FAWL’s new Executive Director, joined our organization mid- year (in October 2010), and jumped right in to help get (and keep) our Chapters organized, particularly in the mem- bership and dues departments. We are so very happy to have Karen at the helm of our administrative side and are grateful that FAWL is a staffed voluntary bar. In celebration of FAWL’s 60 th anniversary, FAWL held its 60 th Anniversary Gala & Dinner on June 23, 2011, at the Gaylord Palms Resort in Orlando, FL, where FAWL recognized recipients of its Leaders in the Law Award from each Chapter. Speakers included Florida Supreme Court Justices Peggy Quince and Barbara Pariente, Past FAWL President Siobhan Shea, Past FAWL and TWL Presidents Judge June C. McKinney and Wendy Lo- quasto, and Past FAWL and Florida Bar President Edith Osman. Award recipients from TWL included Judge Judith W. Hawkins, TWL’s Sunshine Chair; Chasity O’Steen of Rose Sundstrom & Bentley, TWL Past President (2007-2008); and Twyla Sketchley, TWL’s outgoing President and founder of The Sketchley Law Firm. FAWL also held its Annual Meeting, Installation of its Officers, and Board Orientation on June 23-24, 2011. Finally, FAWL co- hosted the Joint Awards Lunch, where Administrative Law Judge June C. McKinney, who is also a FAWL and TWL Past President, was awarded FAWL’s prestigious Rosemary Barkett Outstanding Achievement Award. Twyla Sketchley, Jennifer Sullivan Davis, and Hon. Judith W. Hawkins Lindsey Lawton, Jennifer Sullivan Davis, Hon. June C. McKinney, Susan Healey, and Gigi Rollini Correction: The FAWL Update in TWL’s Spring 2011 newsletter cited Florida Senate Minority Leader Nan Rich as a presenter, instead of Senator Ellyn Bogdanoff. P AGE 5
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TWL’S INAUGURAL ROOKIE CAMP On April 8, 2011, TWL hosted its first ―Rookie Camp‖ for new attorneys and law students at the First District Court of Appeal. The event was kicked off the evening before with a wine and cheese event celebrating the Mentoring Program and the relationship be- tween TWL and FSU College of Law’s Women’s Law Symposium. Students mingled with their attorney mentors and received a behind- the-scenes tour of the new courthouse, led by the Honorable Simone Marstiller, of the First District Court of Appeal. P AGE 6 Rookie Camp took place the following day and was attended by law students from Florida State, Florida Coastal, and new attorneys in the Tallahassee area. The students received practical advice in the form of three different panels. Lynne Quimby-Pennock, Board of Governors Member Bill Davis, and Terry Dariotis discussed ―Ten Things Every New Attorney Should Know on the First Day of the First Job.‖ Their discussion was followed by ―An Order is an Order, Not a Suggestion‖ with the Honorable Joseph Lewis, of the First District Court of Appeal, and TWL Men- toring Director, the Honorable Stephanie Williams Ray, of the First District Court of Appeal, speaking. Finally, Judge Marstiller, Aubrey Posey, and Karen Campbell shared the journeys they have taken in their careers during the alternative career panel. Here, the students and attorneys learned how to use their law degree as a tool in achieving sometimes non-traditional career goals. The panel discussions were followed by lunch and a speed men- toring session. Local attorneys and members of the judiciary joined for this portion of the day. Legal Services, Guardian Ad Litem, and the Office of Public Guardian set up booths and encouraged students to donate pro bono services. Many thanks to the Florida Bar Foundation for generous grants provided through the Voluntary Bar Association Community Service Grant Program and the Affiliate Outreach Confer- ence, put on by the Young Lawyers Division of The Florida Bar, which made this event free of charge for the students and new attorneys.
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WE NETWORK HOLDS FIRST NETWORKING SOCIAL AND HITS 300-MEMBER MARK! P AGE 7 By Gigi Rollini, TWL’s WE Network Chair & Past President. Ms. Rollini prac- tices in the Litigation Group at Holland & Knight LLP in Tallahassee, Florida. Her practice includes all aspects of Florida Administrative Practice and Appellate Law. Ms. Rollini is the Outgoing President of the Florida As- sociation for Women Law- yers. For those who do not already know, the WE Network was created to build a broad network of law- yers, non-lawyer professionals, and community lead- ers. Its purpose: To facilitate business and leadership development for local women professionals . For lawyers, WE Network membership is lim- ited to TWL members. So, if you have not yet re- newed your TWL membership for the July 1, 2011 to June 30, 2012 year, do so today at! For non-lawyers, WE Network membership is by invitation only through an existing WE Network member. We encourage you to invite to join local After holding TWL’s first Professional professional women you believe would benefit per- Women’s Exchange (―WE‖) Network Social at The sonally or professionally from the WE Network! Wine Loft in Midtown on May 19, 2011, the WE There is no fee to be a WE Network mem- Network officially grew to more than 300 mem- ber, and you can register and create your personalized bers! profile page in just minutes at The Social was a great networking event for Once registered, you will become a part of the WE lawyers and non-lawyers alike, and gave members Network database—which all WE Network members the chance to support a number of local, women- can search—of service professionals and local busi- owned businesses, to meet new friends, and to take ness owners who share the WE Network’s mission. a break from our daily lives immersed in the law! We hope you will take a moment today to reg- After fielding dozens of inquiries regarding ister for the WE Network, and we look forward to when the next WE Network Social will be held, the seeing you at our next Social! answer is: We will hold a Spa Social at So Pure Sa- For more information or to get involved with up- lon this summer, and a mixer in early September coming WE Network events, contact Ms. Rollini at 2011 at another fantastic local, women-owned busi- [email protected] ness! Stay tuned for details.
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GET INVOLVED IN TWL!—JOIN A COMMITTEE OR GET INVOLVED WITH THE BOARD! Jennifer Sullivan Davis, TWL’s Incoming President, is an attorney at Guilday, Tucker, Schwartz & Simpson, P.A., where she practices professional liability defense. Tallahassee Women Lawyers is one of Florida’s most active voluntary bar associations. Although we are not a staffed organization, we have a very strong Board consisting of five elected officers (President, President-elect, Secretary, Treas- urer, and Public Relations), an Immediate Past President, and seven elected directors (Mentoring, Programs, Development, Newsletter, CLE, Judicial Reception, and FAWL Representative). In addition, the President appoints members to chair our committees including Awards, Charitables & Community Service, Judicial Reception Development, Legacy of Excellence, Meetings Coordinator, Special Events, Sun- shine Chair, Young Lawyers Section and Breakfast & Books. The Board in its entirety implements our overall mission, while the Directors and Chairs manage the day to day details of our programs. Many of you know that my husband, Ashley, is an emergency manager and, after years of observing him in action with the latest disasters (hurricanes, wildfires, floods, and an oil spill), I have come to think of TWL in terms of emergency management—plans, finance and admin, operations, and logistics. The Board as a whole meets every month to plan our year and programs. The Officers primarily handle the finance and administrative side. The Directors are in charge of the operations for their various programs and work closely with the Committee Chairs and Committee Members to execute their programs and handle the logis- tics for making sure these events are a success! While this all sounds like we have it under control—and of course we do—we could always use ad- ditional help with new ideas or suggestions on improving our programs. The Chairs of our Committees are looking to get you involved and get you on their Committees! Many of you indicated on your membership application or renewal forms the committees you were interested in. In that case, we will have the Chair of those Committees contact you shortly. If you are interested in a Committee, but didn’t have a chance to let us know before, please contact Meghan Boudreau Daigle, President-elect at [email protected] or Jen Sullivan Davis, President, at [email protected] to learn more or sign up for a Committee. We look for- ward to hearing from you! MY, HOW TIME FLIES! TWL celebrates its 31st Anniversary this year! When TWL was just two years old, we held our first Annual Judicial Reception. Who knew at the time that we would be continuing this tradition almost three decades later! Preparations are already underway for our 29th Annual Judicial Reception, which will be held this October. And we need your help! We are looking for photographs, newspaper articles, etc., of judges, TWL members, or other local, state, or national leaders taken at past TWL events that you would be willing to loan to TWL. Many of these items will be enlarged and displayed at the Judicial Reception. If you have any items you would like to share, please contact TWL’s Judicial Reception Director, Catherine Chapman, at [email protected] or at (850) 224-7091. Thank you for helping us celebrate 31 great years! P AGE 8
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GET AWAY WITH OPG Karen Campbell, Executive Director of Office of Public Guardian, Inc. and TWL member, invites all TWL members to the annual Get Away with OPG annual banquet and fundraiser on October 2, 2011, from 4-7 p.m. at the Capital City Country Club. This fundraising event supports OPG as it provides guardi- anship services to indigent, incapacitated individuals throughout the Big Bend area. For more information about OPG and the services it provides, visit For more information on Get Away with OPG tickets and sponsorship opportunities email [email protected] or call (850) 487-4609 ext. 100. 2011 FORGET-ME-NOT WALK & FESTIVAL Victoria Heuler, President of Alzheimer’s Project Tallahassee and TWL member, invites all TWL members to the annual Forget-Me-Not Walk & Festival on November 6, 2011, from 1:30 – 4:00 p.m. at Saint Paul’s United Methodist Church, 1700 North Meridian Road, Tallahassee, Florida. This fund-raising event supports the Alzheimer’s Project’s caregiver support groups, free caregiver services, respite care, and educational opportunities. For more information about Alzheimer’s Project and its services, visit For information about Forget-Me-Not Walk and Festival registration and sponsorship opportunities call (850) 386-2778. *NEW TWL MEETING SCHEDULE & VENUE* TWL is changing the date of its monthly General Membership Meetings back to the second (2nd) Wednesday of the month. In addition, starting in August, we will hold our General Membership Meetings at the Hilton Garden Inn on Blairstone Road. We have an exciting 2011-2012 year planned. Please join us at our Installation dinner on July 20, 2011, at the Capital City Country Club and at the New Member and Past Presidents luncheon on August 10, 2011, at the Hilton Garden Inn. Please see the last page of this newsletter for a list of additional upcoming events. Also, don’t forget to RSVP for TWL events at [email protected], and include your meal selection in your RSVP. We look forward to you joining us this year! SAVE THE DATE We are so fortunate that Florida Bar President-Elect, Gwynne A. Young, with Carlton Fields in Tampa (pictured left), will be our keynote speaker at our November dinner meeting, which will be held on November 9, 2011! She will be coming to speak about The Florida Bar Committee appointment process. As President-Elect, Gwynne is responsible for making appointments to Bar Committees for the following year when she is Presi- dent. The Committee forms come out in December and are due in January. Gwynne will be talking to us about the importance of participation on these Committees and giving TWL Members the inside scoop on how to get appointed by her. So be sure to save the date and take advantage of this great opportunity! P AGE 9
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MEMBERSHIP Thank you to the following members for joining or renewing your membership for the 2011-2012 year:* Alicia E. Adams Frank Allman Joan Humphrey Anderson Thomas H. Bateman Nancy L. Benavides Mary-Anne Bestebreurtje Jan Blue Samantha D. Boge Joseph Boyd P. David Brannon Karen Brodeen Dana Brooks Karen Campbell Neil Chamelin Catherine Chapman Mary Ellen Clark Hon. Robert S. Cohen Mary Watts Colon Patricia Conners William W. Corry Terin B. Cremer Meghan Boudreau Daigle Joanna Daniels Nancy A. Daniels Terrence T. Dariotis Jennifer Sullivan Davis Hon. Angela C. Dempsey Holly A. Dincman Hon. Charles W. Dodson Kimberly A. Driggers Fred R. Dudley Angel Eason Martha Edenfield Linda Bond Edwards Madonna M. Finney Barbara Fletcher Rosanna M. Catalano Flury Carol A. Forthman Monica M. Freeland Hon. Jackie L. Fulford Karen E. Giddings Hon. Karen A. Gievers Michael J. Glazer Laura L. Glenn Christi Gray Carol S. Grondzik Melissa Hamilton Leigh D. Hart Hon. Judith W. Hawkins Victoria E. Heuler Rachel L. Hill De’Anna M. Hines Melanie A. Hines Karen E. Howe Hon. Eleanor M. Hunter Trudy Innes Richardson Jamie Ito Richard E. Johnson Kelly Overstreet Johnson Vicki G. Kaufman Regina M. Keenan Jenny Kim Olivia P. Klein Kristine E. Knab Riley M. Landy M. Catherine Lannon Jennifer P. LaVia Lindsey Lawton Hon. John J. Lazzara Jessica Leigh Hon. Terry P. Lewis Anne Longman Wendy Loquasto Adrienne C. Love Frances Casey Lowe Hon. Simone Marstiller Maria I. Matthews Beth J. Maykut Jana E. McConnaughhay Hon. June C. McKinney Opal McKinney-Willaims Ronald G. Meyer Angela D. Miles Aliki Moncrief Marilyn K. Morris Angela R. Morrison Tracy P. Moye Winifred Acosta NeSmith Shannon L. Novey Corinne T. Porcher Karen Oehme Kelly A. O’Keefe Chasity O’Steen Jason O’Steen Christina L. Pardieck Aubrey Posey Hon. Stephanie Williams Ray Hon. Nina Ashenafi Richardson Jennifer Shoaf Richardson Monique Richardson Carrie M. Roane Gigi Rollini Allison C. Sackett Shannon Hartsfield Salimone Amy W. Schrader Carly J. Schrader Maggie M. Schultz Lisa Scoles Lawrence E. Sellers Linda Loomis Shelley Mary K. Simpson Twyla Sketchley Jessica L. Slatten Sara Steetle Cheryl G. Stuart Anne Swerlick Hon. Josefina Tamayo Robin Hassler Thompson Barbara Jean Throne Amy Toman Meredith Trammell Heather Nicole Tyndall-Best Suzanne Van Wyk Roy Van Wyk Hon. Jessica E. Varn Miriam O. Victorian Kathleen Villacorta Mary L. Wakeman Lauchlin T. Waldoch Karen D. Walker Hon. Mark E. Walker Megan M. Warren Nicholas Weilhammer C.J. Weinman Hon. Robert R. Wheeler Teresa B. Widmer Elizabeth W. Willis Thank you to the following members who also made 2010-2011 a great year for TWL! Your membership expired on June 30, 2011.* Please take a moment to renew by mail using the enclosed application, or renew online at Kristin Adamson-Landau Loranne Ausley Carol Berkowitz Nicolette Bidarian Sarah M. Bleakley Courtney Brewer Monesia Taylor Brown Diana Caridad Carrol Y. Cherry Virginia A. Christy Hon. Nikki Ann Clark Amber N. Coleman Janeia Daniels MaryAlice H. David William H. Davis Susan Dawson Elizabeth G. Demme Hetal Desai Linda H. Dodson Michael P. Dodson Rachel Dubin Karla D. Ellis Donna Erlich Deirdre A. Farrington Francine M. Ffolkes Janet L. Findling Kim Fluharty-Denson Hon. Ronald W. Flury Reginald R. Garcia John F. Harkness Mary E. Haskins Jennifer M. Heckman Carly A. Hermanson Elmer C. Ignacio KaCee L. Johnson Sara N. Kaye Susan L. Kelsey Cameron M. Kennedy Jennifer Kilinski Allegra Knopf Brooke E. Lewis Vanessa Lipsky Kathy Maus Clara L. McDaniels Donna C. McNulty Monica Mercer-Lenoci Belinda Hoffman Miller Lauren R. Moody Emily Moore Stephanie A. Morse Julie M. Murphy Hon. John D.C. Newton, II Lynette Norr Ellen C. Pappas Tamela I. Perdue Hon. Errol H. Powell Mary Anne Johnson Price Susan T. Proctor Hon. Lynne Quimby-Pennock Hon. Michelle Rehwinkle Vasilinda Elizabeth S. Roach Katrina D. Rolle Hon. Lori Sellers Rowe Jodi Ruberg Monica Jean Ryan Amelia Savage Karl M. Scheuerman Debra W. Schiro Amy W. Schrader Angel Sessions Hon. James O. Shelfer Hon. Jonathan E. Sjostrom Susan L. St. John Hon. Barbara Staros Casey Stoutamire Maria Ines Suber Tracy J. Sumner Sarah Tolle Phillip ―Tip‖ Y. Tomberlin Joy A. Tootle Ebony Tucker Michael Ufferman Ruth Vafek *Current as of July 12, 2011. If your name does not appear, and you have joined/renewed prior to July 12, 2011, please contact Meghan Daigle at [email protected] or (850) 201-8845. P AGE 10
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