Linda Paullin-Hebden, executive partner at the Warner Norcross + Judd LLP Southfield office, was named to the Crain’s Detroit Business “100 Most Infulential Women” list.
The list, which included women from across the state and from virtually every business and industry sector, recognized women with proven leadership skills who had made a significant business impact in the past year.
Crain’s cited Paullin-Hebden’s creativity as a key to her success. "Problem solving, whether it's within the firm or for a client, requires understanding the issues and the desired outcomes, then thinking out of the box to come up with wins for all stakeholders," Paullin-Hebden said.
Paullin-Hebden joined Warner in 2006 and concentrates her practice in mergers and acquisitions, venture capital, investment adviser compliance and general corporate matters.
In support of her selection to the “Most Infulential Women” list, Crain’s noted Paullin-Hebden’s civic contributions, including service on the board of directors for the Detroit Historical Society, the board of governors at the Skyline Club and her active role with the Michigan Women’s Foundation and Inforum.
Crain’s Detroit Business subscribers can read the full story HERE.