GREENSBORO, NC—Once again, Womble Bond Dickinson was an Inclusion Sponsor for NCCJ's Annual Brotherhood/Sisterhood Citation Award Dinner.
Attorneys Ethan Goemann, Jack Hicks and wife Sharon Hicks, Rick Minor, Greensboro Office Managing Partner Phil Mohr, Kristina Schwartz and husband Reed Emmons, Jon Sink and JD Wooten represented the firm. Justin Kay, Legal Counsel at EGGER Wood Products LLC, also was a guest at the Womble Bond Dickinson table.
Founded in 1927, the NCCJ is “a human relations organization that promotes inclusion and acceptance by providing education and advocacy while building communities that are respectful and just for all.” The organization’s programs include interfaith study groups, anti-bullying training, inclusion-focused workplace initiatives and ANYTOWN, a popular summer residential program for high school students. Kristina Schwartz currently serves on the NCCJ Board of Directors .
Womble Bond Dickinson’s involvement with NCCJ began in 1951, when attorney Irving Carlyle joined the Board of Directors. More recently, Jack Hicks served a term on the NCCJ Board.
The 2018 NCCJ Annual Brotherhood/Sisterhood Citation Award Dinner took place Nov. 7 at the Koury Convention Center in Greensboro. More than 1,000 business and community leaders attended the event.