RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C.—Womble Carlyle attorney Jeanine Mitchell is a member of the Leadership Triangle Regional Class of 2016.

In this four-month program, participants address topics that transcend city borders, such as economic development, immigration, the environment, human services, public policy, air and water quality, transportation and education to name a few. The sessions are led by local leaders from the business, government and education sectors.

Each class creates a new community of leaders, with new tools to further engage and give back to the region. After graduation, they matriculate to the Goodmon Fellow Alumni Family, and continue to meet and network with even more regional leaders from the many different Leadership Triangle classes.

At the graduation ceremony, Mitchell was “pinned” by Goodmon Fellow and Hillsborough Mayor Tom Stevens.

Jeanine Mitchell is an intellectual property attorney who represents companies with international, national, regional, and local trademark concerns.  Her services to clients include trademark asset development, strategic trademark protection and portfolio management, and IP due diligence. She practices in Womble Carlyle’s Research Triangle Park office.