October 30, 2012
WE Speak: Making the Case
A crack-litigator climbs the ranks in a "man's" world. A former judge-turned-professor stands up against domestic-violence. Go beyond the bios of two of Cincinnati USA's leading legal professionals, Ann Marie Tracey and Rachael Rowe at WE Speak on November 9th.
While both of their careers began with law degrees, these women took dramatically different professional paths. Join us for this up-close-and-personal
discussion with Ann and Rachael and hear about the experiences and influences that shaped their choices and learn how you can make your mark like they did.
Friday, November 9, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.
Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber
$35 members, $50 nonmembers (Includes lunch)
Rachael Rowe, Executive Partner, Keating Muething & Klekamp
Named Executive Partner of KMK in May 2012, Rowe shares responsibility for the firm's day-to-day management with the Managing Partner. She is also a member of KMK's Litigation and Labor & Employment Practice Groups. Rowe focuses her practice on complex commercial litigation and mass tort settlement trust and related counseling. She was listed in The Best Lawyers in America, Commercial Litigation, 2010-2012, Litigation - Securities, 2012, Litigation - Labor and Employment, 2012. Rowe is on the Board of Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Greater Cincinnati and is also a volunteer juvenile magistrate for the first-time offender program for Hamilton County.
Ann Marie Tracey, Associate Professor, Legal Studies & Business Ethics, Xavier University
Ann Marie Tracey is an associate professor of Legal Studies and Business Ethics and Co-Director of the Cintas Center for Ethics and Social Responsibility at the Xavier University Williams College of Business. She joined Xavier after retiring from the Hamilton County, Ohio Court of Common Pleas in 2003. In addition to her service to the public and the legal profession, former Judge Tracey lent her efforts to champion issues relating to diversity and chemical dependency. An early voice on victim's rights and domestic violence, she also chaired the Victim's Assistance Task Force and helped found the Alice Paul
House, the Hamilton County shelter for battered women.
WE Speak provides an interactive forum for distinguished women leaders to share their personal experiences, advice and lessons learned with other leading business women.
WE Speak is a program of Women Excel, presented by: