Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC is pleased to announce that attorney Lee Webb has been selected to participate in the 2012 Leadership Louisville class. Ms. Webb joined the firm in 2000, and is a Member in the firm’s Louisville office. She is a member of the firm’s Business Litigation Practice Group.
Fluent in Spanish, Ms. Webb is dedicated to community involvement, founding the Latino Legal Clinic of Louisville in 2003. Ms. Webb currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Hispanic Latino Business Council and the Hispanic Latino Coalition. She was formerly on the Board of Directors for the St. George’s Community Center and the Planned Parenthood Young Leaders. Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Webb clerked for Justice Janet L. Stumbo of the Kentucky Supreme Court for three years.
The Leadership Louisville Center is one of the region’s foremost leadership development and civic affairs organizations. The Center was created in 1979 to mobilize professionals to serve the community through exceptional skill development and unparalleled exposure to the people, places and ideas that make the Louisville community successful. Participants are selected through a competitive application process that recognizes experienced leaders from all fields so as to be representative of the community. Leadership Louisville is a nine-month program, and the 2012 program is scheduled to begin in June.