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Hogan Lovells Welcomes Dana Glenn as its First OnRamp Fellow

25 June 2014

Newly Created Fellowship Position Offers Path for Women Lawyers Re-Entering the Legal Profession

Washington, D.C. 25 June 2014 – Hogan Lovells is proud to announce that Dana Glenn has joined the firm as an OnRamp Fellow. The OnRamp Fellowship is an innovative, new program in the legal profession aimed at facilitating the re-entry of experienced women lawyers.

“The goals of the OnRamp Fellowship align perfectly with Hogan Lovells’ commitment to the advancement and retention of women at all stages in their career,” said Co-CEO Warren Gorrell. “We are honored to be participating in this meaningful and impactful program and welcome Dana to Hogan Lovells.”

Glenn joins the firm’s Corporate Department in Washington, D.C. As a Fellow she will have an opportunity to demonstrate her value in the marketplace while also increasing her experience, skills, and legal contacts. Glenn was selected for the program upon the completion of a rigorous screening process that highlighted her impressive qualifications including work in various regional firms across the nation as well as volunteering with the DC Volunteer Law Project.

“We are very excited to participate in a program dedicated to female lawyers returning to work after an extended hiatus, who have the potential and desire to advance into partnership and leadership roles.” said Phyllis Wan, Chief Diversity Officer for Hogan Lovells US LLP. “Hogan Lovells is a leading legal practice for women and our participation in the program further exemplifies our commitment to being a diverse and inclusive workplace. Dana will be creating new pathways for talented women lawyers re-entering the profession; we are thrilled to have her as part of our team.”

Glenn received her J.D. from Fordham University Law School, her M.B.A. from Columbia University Business School, and her LL. M in Taxation from Georgetown University Law Center.

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