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Scarinci Hollenbeck Acknowledged for Efforts in Empowering Women

Author: Scarinci Hollenbeck|July 11, 2023

Business Journal NJBIZ Includes Scarinci Hollenbeck Among List of 53 NJ Businesses Empowering Women

Scarinci Hollenbeck Acknowledged for Efforts in Empowering Women

Business Journal NJBIZ Includes Scarinci Hollenbeck Among List of 53 NJ Businesses Empowering Women

Scarinci Hollenbeck Acknowledged for Efforts in Empowering Women
Tania Schakir-Drira (Legal Paraprofessionals Manager)

Little Falls, NJ – July 11, 2023 – One of New Jersey’s leading business journals, NJBIZ, included the firm as a recipient for its inaugural Empowering Women award program. Fifty-three companies and organizations have been recognized for their efforts to advance women in the workplace and community. The firm will gratefully accept this award at the DoubleTree by Hilton in Somerset, NJ this August.

“It is time to honor those organizations that invest in, elevate and support women leaders,” Suzanne Fischer-Huettner, publisher and managing director of NJBIZ. “Women leaders can only succeed with the support of the organizations they work for and with.”

The honorees for the Empowering Women award program were chosen based on their commitment to some or all of the following:

  • Have a track record of recruiting, hiring and promoting women.
  • Offer a mentoring program for women.
  • Work toward systemic change in society to combat inequality.
  • Place women on the board or in the C-suite.
  • Contribute to advancing the cause of women through outside philanthropic or community endeavors.
  • Support programs that assist marginalized women.
  • Provide scholarship assistance to women.

“Elevating women within the firm and recruiting a diverse range of attorneys has long been our mission,” stated Katerin Traugh, Executive Director. “I am proud of this acknowledgement as it is a testament to the hard work the firm has collectively committed to in order to create a more inclusive, supportive workforce.”

Tania Schakir-Drira, Ashley Brinn Levy & Donald Scarinci representing the firm at the award ceremony.

This press release recognizes employees who have risen through the ranks of the firm, and now occupy key administrative roles. The firm thanks the following employees for their contributions:

  • Katerin Traugh (Executive Director)
  • Tania Schakir-Drira (Legal Paraprofessionals Manager)
  • Inez Neto (Human Resources & Payroll Manager)
  • Betty Arellano (Assistant Controller)
  • Stephanie Burner (Finance & Billing Manager)
  • Aleksandra Kagan-Alameda (IT Product Specialist)

See the full list of Empowering Women award program honorees: https://njbiz.com/introducing-the-2023-empowering-women-honorees/

Learn more about and RSVP to the Empowering Women award ceremony: https://njbiz.com/event/njbiz-empowering-women-2023/

Scarinci Hollenbeck Acknowledged for Efforts in Empowering Women

Author: Scarinci Hollenbeck
Scarinci Hollenbeck Acknowledged for Efforts in Empowering Women
Tania Schakir-Drira (Legal Paraprofessionals Manager)

Little Falls, NJ – July 11, 2023 – One of New Jersey’s leading business journals, NJBIZ, included the firm as a recipient for its inaugural Empowering Women award program. Fifty-three companies and organizations have been recognized for their efforts to advance women in the workplace and community. The firm will gratefully accept this award at the DoubleTree by Hilton in Somerset, NJ this August.

“It is time to honor those organizations that invest in, elevate and support women leaders,” Suzanne Fischer-Huettner, publisher and managing director of NJBIZ. “Women leaders can only succeed with the support of the organizations they work for and with.”

The honorees for the Empowering Women award program were chosen based on their commitment to some or all of the following:

  • Have a track record of recruiting, hiring and promoting women.
  • Offer a mentoring program for women.
  • Work toward systemic change in society to combat inequality.
  • Place women on the board or in the C-suite.
  • Contribute to advancing the cause of women through outside philanthropic or community endeavors.
  • Support programs that assist marginalized women.
  • Provide scholarship assistance to women.

“Elevating women within the firm and recruiting a diverse range of attorneys has long been our mission,” stated Katerin Traugh, Executive Director. “I am proud of this acknowledgement as it is a testament to the hard work the firm has collectively committed to in order to create a more inclusive, supportive workforce.”

Tania Schakir-Drira, Ashley Brinn Levy & Donald Scarinci representing the firm at the award ceremony.

This press release recognizes employees who have risen through the ranks of the firm, and now occupy key administrative roles. The firm thanks the following employees for their contributions:

  • Katerin Traugh (Executive Director)
  • Tania Schakir-Drira (Legal Paraprofessionals Manager)
  • Inez Neto (Human Resources & Payroll Manager)
  • Betty Arellano (Assistant Controller)
  • Stephanie Burner (Finance & Billing Manager)
  • Aleksandra Kagan-Alameda (IT Product Specialist)

See the full list of Empowering Women award program honorees: https://njbiz.com/introducing-the-2023-empowering-women-honorees/

Learn more about and RSVP to the Empowering Women award ceremony: https://njbiz.com/event/njbiz-empowering-women-2023/

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