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CMCP Executive Director One of California's Most Powerful & Influential Women

Wednesday, April 10, 2013   (0 Comments)
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CMCP Executive Director, Marci Rubin, Selected as one of
2013 Most Powerful & Influential Women of California
Congratulations to our very own Executive Director,
Marci Rubin!

Selected by the National Diversity Council as one of California's Most Powerful and Influential Women in 2013.

This award is given to women who:
Provide leadership excellence in the public and/or private sectors
Sustain a record of accomplishments and/or contributions to field of work throughout the scope of her career
Has clout within her organization in terms of significant impact on revenues, profitability, and/or direction of the organization
Demonstrates leadership and commitment to community well-being and/or high visibility in the community
Exhibits and demonstrates a commitment to the highest ethical standards and professional excellence
Marci is passionately committed to moving diversity and inclusion forward in the legal profession and is dedicated to pursuing access and business opportunity for attorneys of color through her work at the California Minority Counsel Program. Prior to taking on the Executive Director role at CMCP, Marci served as Deputy General Counsel at Wells Fargo, and was with the bank for almost 30 years. She is Emeritus Board Member at Equal Rights Advocates, Director & Past Board Chair of the Freight & Salvage in Berkeley, and has served on CMCP's Steering Committee.
Marci will be formally recognized for her leadership excellence at the 2013 California Diversity and Leadership Conference awards breakfast on Thursday, April 18, 2013 in Concord, CA.


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