Linda Ammons, the Dean of Widener School of Law will be the next Chamber Leadership Luncheon Series speaker on March 8, 2010. Ammons is the first woman and the first African American to lead Widener University School of Law. Ammons came to Widener in 2006 from Cleveland-Marshall College of Law in Cleveland, Ohio, where she was associate dean and professor of law. In January 2010, Ammons was appointed by Governor Jack Markell to be the special investigator in the case of the alleged child molestations by pediatrician Earl Bradley.
Join State Chamber members at this business luncheon to hear of Ammons accomplishments and leadership.
The Leadership Series connects State Chamber members with Delaware’s corporate leaders and decision-makers. Lunch is provided. Past speakers include: U.S. Senator Joseph R. Biden Jr., U.S. Senator Thomas R. Carper, U.S. Congressman Michael N. Castle, Bruce Hammonds (then MBNA President and CEO), UD President David Roselle, Wilmington Trust Chairman and CEO Ted T. Cecala, ING DIRECT CEO Arkadi Kuhlmann and many others.
Cost: $25/Students; $40/Members; $80/Future Members
Register: To register online, click here.
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