Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC is pleased to announce that attorney Thomas Williams was recently selected as a Louisville Connector as part of the Leadership Louisville Center’s Connector Project.
The Leadership Louisville Center launched the Connector Project with a call for nominations in the fall of last year. Among the 5,500 nominees, 128 were indentified as the Connectors of Louisville and Southern Indiana. Through the use of a sophisticated computer model, the Connector Project identified candidates who have earned the trust of colleagues, and are considered “trusted leaders.”
Mr. Williams serves as the Vice Chair of the Labor, Employment and Employee Benefits Practice Group at Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC, and has nearly twenty years of experience in the field. Formerly the President of the Louisville Bar Association, Mr. Williams stays active in the community as part of a subcommittee seeking to educate the community on restorative justice principles and seeking to integrate those principles into Kentucky’s court system. Mr. Williams also serves on the boards of Leadership Louisville, the Merton Institute and Interfaith Paths to Peace.
The Leadership Louisville Center is a nonprofit, member-oriented resource dedicated to developing a diverse group of leaders who serve as catalysts for a stronger community. For more information on the Connector Project, please visit http://www.leadershiplouisville.org/connectorproject.