Taft Columbus partner Rita McNeil Danish was recently featured on the cover of Columbus Monthly and in the article, "Women and Power: Can Columbus Shatter the Glass Ceiling?" The article addresses women's access to power and leadership roles in the Columbus region. McNeil Danish is interviewed about her former experience—which includes serving as a city attorney for Cincinnati, Dayton and Greensboro, North Carolina—and her personal experience with racial and gender bias. The article also interviews three other female leaders in Columbus who have experienced gender bias in their careers.
McNeil Danish is a partner in Taft's Women, Minority and Veteran-Owned Businesses and Local Government practices. She serves clients in the corporate community by providing assistance in navigating the policies, regulations and statutory requirements of governmental entities throughout the public sector.
McNeil Danish also addresses the needs of entities in the public sector, which require legal counsel with expertise in the nuances of government law and regulatory structures. She brings her passion to empower economic growth in local communities through diversity and inclusion work with small, women- and minority-owned businesses.