Gwendolyn W. Lewis Elected to the NC Bar Association Board of Governors

Gwendolyn Lewis| Charlotte attorneyLincoln Derr is proud to announce that on Saturday, June 23, at the 2018 NCBA Annual Meeting in Wilmington, N.C., Gwendolyn W. Lewis was elected by acclamation to the North Carolina Bar Association (“NCBA”) Board of Governors.

As a new board member, Ms. Lewis will also serve as a director of the NCBA Foundation, with a three-year term concluding in 2021. The Board of Governors provides leadership and governance to the NC Bar Association. Its Foundation sits as the endowment branch of the Association through which the Association gives back to the state and the communities served by its membership.

Ms. Lewis has long been involved in service and leadership with the North Carolina Bar Association. She is a graduate of its 2016 Leadership Academy. She is an active member of the Employment Law Section of the NCBA. She has served several terms as a co-chair for the 4ALL Statewide Day of Service. Served in various leadership capacities with the Young Lawyers Division and has accepted several appointments as a Task Force member within the Association.

Her commitment to the work of the NCBA has been steadfast. “The NCBA is an organization that is near and dear to my heart and I am privileged to have the opportunity to serve as one of its Board Members. Since its inception and my first introduction to the Association, the NCBA has stood by its mission to serve the public and the legal profession. Then, as it is now, we needed a commitment from North Carolina lawyers to do the work that needed to be done for our communities and state – I am honored and thrilled to be of service in this ongoing mission.”

Ms. Lewis practices in the areas of general civil litigation with a focus on employment litigation and counsel, business litigation, and healthcare counsel and litigation. Learn more about Ms. Lewis HERE.


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