Taft chief attorney development officer Kendra Brodin recently served as a moderator for the American Bar Association Well-Being Week in Law panel, "Next Level Diversity: Why “Belonging” is What Attorneys Really Want".
Focusing on the social aspect of attorney well-being, the diversity panel dove into topics on diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts with expert opinions from speakers across the legal profession.
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Brodin focuses on the holistic development of Taft's lawyers at all levels. She has previous experience as the client development manager at a leading intellectual property law firm. She also founded and ran a successful coaching and consulting practice. Brodin is a former president of Minnesota Women Lawyers, the chairperson of the Law Firm Leadership program of the Hennepin County Bar Association, has held a variety of leadership positions with the Minnesota State Bar Association, and is a member of the well-being committee of the ABA Law Practice Division.