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Sep 2021
September 27, 2021

Warner Partner Pam Enslen Honored for Courage and for Setting an Example for Local Youth

Two women in Kalamazoo are recognized by Michigan Women Forward for their courage and accomplishments, and for being exemplary role models for young women in the community. Warner Partner Pamela Enslen and Belinda Tate will be honored at the organization’s 2021 Women of Courage and Achievement Award at the Kalamazoo WomenUp and Celebrate event, Wednesday, Sept. 29 at 12:30 p.m.

Pamela Enslen is being recognized for her work as a counselor, litigator, mediator and arbitrator for those in the community who are silenced and disenfranchised. Belinda Tate is the executive director at Kalamazoo Institute of Arts (KIA) and is being recognized for her work as a community bridge-builder to achieve KIA’s vision.
“It takes courage to lift others up – and that’s exactly what these extraordinary women do,” West Michigan Executive Director of Michigan Women Forward Judy Welch said. “These local leaders are true role models for women and girls across the state, and Michigan Women Forward is honored to celebrate them.”
Read the full MLive article here.
Pamela Enslen is a counselor, litigator and mediator with extensive experience in business, employment and commercial litigation. Pamela provides labor, employment and business advice, as well as policy advice and drafting, to corporations, nonprofit entities, universities and colleges, municipalities, medical practices and others. To learn more about her practice, click here.

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