The California Minority Counsel Program (CMCP) recently announced that Founding Partner, Sean Andrade, would be one of seven new members to serve on its board of directors. CMCP is dedicated to promoting diversity in the legal profession by providing attorneys of color with access and opportunity for business and professional development. Sean looks forward to working with CMCP and addressing the disparity between the percentage of minorities in the state’s population and legal profession.
New members that will be joining Sean on the board include David Ammons, Managing Partner, LTL Attorneys, LLP; Eric Casher, Principal, Meyers Nave, P.C.; Nicole Diaz, Head of Global Integrity and Compliance Legal, Snap Inc.; Kerry McLean, Executive Vice President, General Counsel, and Corporate Secretary, Intuit Inc.; Christophe Mosby, Associate General Counsel and Vice President, HP Inc.; and Kia Brady, Senior Real Estate Counsel, San Diego Gas & Electric Company.
“Our new members are highly-accomplished attorneys from law firms and corporate legal departments who have demonstrated a career-spanning commitment to advancing racial diversity, equity, and inclusion in the legal profession,” said Robert White, Executive Director of CMCP. “Their leadership will reinvigorate our mandate to offer the legal sector a blueprint for recruiting and retaining talent that reflects the diversity of our state by fostering education, providing resources, and creating a community for attorneys of color across California.”
To learn more about the California Minority Counsel Program, visit cmcp.org.