We were thrilled to officially launch the inaugural class of the Newhouse + Noblin’s Next-Gen Legal Leaders of Houston last week.
We have an amazing cohort of thirteen in-house attorneys who are certain to continue to achieve amazing things in their careers. Our year long program offers a formal four-part series on important topics to help ensure success at the senior leadership level, as well as informal events to build networks and make connections throughout the year.
The kickoff was a breakfast focused on peer networking. A special thanks goes to our fabulous presenters, Precious Owodunni and Rosa Maria Villagomez from Mountaintop Consulting! And to our class members: we can’t wait to spend this year working with you and watching all your future successes!
Newhouse + Noblin proudly supports the Dallas All Stars Project, an Afterschool Development Program. This innovative program is redefining what afterschool is and how to measure its success by encouraging development through performance, enabling youth to recreate their own lives with a new vision and the tools of the Dallas business community.
Newhouse + Noblin has contributed to Hurricane Harvey relief efforts through donations to the American Red Cross and the Coastal Bend Community Foundation Disaster Relief Fund. Our thoughts are with all affected by this disaster, especially our clients and friends in the Houston area.
Newhouse + Noblin was thrilled to provide back to school supplies to the Children’s Assessment Center for the group’s back to school kick off this month! CAC provides a safe haven to sexually abused children and their families – a place where they can receive the kind of care and treatment they so richly deserve. More information at: http://www.cachouston.org/
Newhouse + Noblin supports “Moving Day DFW” benefitting the Parkinson’s Foundation. An annual fundraising walk event, “Moving Day DFW” is a movement for change – towards more awareness, more funding, and more understanding of a disease that affects so many of our family and friends. Click here to learn more and get involved.