Columbus partner-in-charge Janica Pierce Tucker was recently quoted in The Columbus Dispatch article, “Board members named to RAPID 5 effort to link major Franklin County waterways with trails,” published on Dec. 7.
The article highlights the newly formed Board of Directors for RAPID 5, a nonprofit with the goal of linking Franklin County’s five major waterways and connecting the community with the region’s natural resources through trails, economic development, and cultural attractions. Tucker, in her position as a board member, stated that “RAPID 5 is going to use nature to bring [the community] together. The pandemic taught us that being outside is not a bad thing.”
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RAPID 5, which stands for Rivers and Parks + Imagination + Design, was formed with the mission of connecting the central Ohio community to nature and one another through one regional park system along five major waterways. To learn more or get involved with RAPID 5, visit here.
Tucker represents clients in all aspects of employment and labor law. She is also active in civil trial, appellate litigation, and commercial litigation. In addition, she is a member of Taft’s Executive Committee and serves as co-chair of Taft’s firm wide Diversity & Inclusion Committee.