March 5th, 2014
Rainey Kizer’s V. Latosha Dexter to Keynote Memphis Women’s Conference
Event Sponsored by Young Women Philanthropists
and Presented by Baptist Memorial Hospital for Women
Memphis, TN — V. Latosha Dexter, an attorney in the Memphis office of Rainey, Kizer, Reviere & Bell PLC (Rainey Kizer), will be the Luncheon Keynote Speaker for the Modern Day Woman’s Conference sponsored by the Young Women Philanthropists, an auxiliary of the Women’s Foundation for a Greater Memphis. The conference, presented by Baptist Memorial Hospital for Women, will begin the evening of Friday, March 7, and continue through Saturday, March 8. She will address the importance of creating a life of balance and inspiring others.
Dexter has been recognized by her peers as a Rising Star in the area of Employment Litigation Defense, is the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Girls, Inc. of Memphis, and is a frequent speaker on employment issues before professional organizations throughout the MidSouth.
At Rainey Kizer, her practice focuses on employment law, including discrimination claims and civil rights, governmental law, and education law. She is certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources and writes regularly on employment law issues for HR Professionals magazine. Dexter is a graduate of the University of Tennessee School of Law, where she was the Student Materials Editor of the Tennessee Law Review. She is a Barrister in the Leo Bearman Sr. American Inn of Court.
This year’s conference theme is about uniting and empowering Mid-south women from all walks that experience similar challenges of “Balance” to support their personal and business lifestyles. “We realized that women are seeking more balance in their personal and professional lives and want to give back to the community. This conference provides the perfect combination of education, inspiration and fellowship,” said Gina Myers, chair of Young Women Philanthropists.
Additional conference information is available at http://mdwc2014.eventbrite.com or www.wfgm.org.