What’s the most extraordinary thing you’ve ever done? // The Circuit

Precedent was on the scene at Lerners’ Extraordinary Women’s Extravaganza

By Yvonne Bambrick

On Wednesday June 8th, 2011

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Precedent was on the scene
What:
Lerners’ Extraordinary Women’s Extravaganza
Where: Lerners LLP Toronto office
When: April 6, 2011
Question: What’s the most extraordinary thing you’ve ever done?


1“Climbing the Great Wall of China.”
Tracy Wynne, Lax O’Sullivan Scott Lisus LLP

“Providing employment for so many women in my profession.”
Kim Neeson, Neeson & Associates Court Reporting

“Giving birth to twins!”
Michelle Wassenaar, Johnston Wassenaar LLP


2“Bungee jumping over the Zambezi river — and I’m afraid of heights!”
Kate Mazzucco, McLeish Orlando LLP

“In Venezuela, I rode the highest cable car in the world.”
Pamela Connolly, Cote Professional Corporation

“Using sustainable transportation to go to and from the hospital where I delivered my baby boy.”
Kristin Olson, Senior Transportation Planner at Arup


3“I went to Kenya in March with Free the Children, to help build a school.”
Margaret Waddell, Paliare Roland

“I helped Planned Parenthood to strike down legislation outlawing abortion in South Dakota.”
Debra Newell, Lerners LLP

“Diving with sea lions in the Galapagos.”
Megan Shortreed, Paliare Roland


4“Taking six weeks off to care for my sister last summer when she was sick.”
Rebecca Gosevitz, Davis LLP

“Keeping my career afloat and my kids happy during a really hard year.”
Kelly Friedman, Davis LLP