Ep 28 – Meet Becky McMahon

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Becky McMahon, Executive Director of Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association and Bar Foundation, sits down with Alex and Molly to share her story and all the exciting things happening in the world of Cleveland law. Hear her passion for Ohio State Football, glimpse inside the Ohio State Supreme Court, and find out why Cleveland was once considered a “two-bar town”. This episode is a bring-your-daughter-to-the-podcast day with guest audience members, Emily and Natalie.

Be sure to visit cmba.org for all the upcoming events mentioned in this episode, including the Small Solo Expo, Wellness Initiatives, and info on the Leadership Academy.

Visit www.gertsburglaw.com/bravenewworld for information on the Non-Profit Seminar on September 12th.

Plus, here are links to the Pumpkin Roll documentary and Chagrin Documentary Film Festival website:
grovehillatruestory.wixsite.com/grovehill/ and www.chagrinfilmfest.org

Our selfie with Becky was unfortunately lost in cyberspace, but here is Diane Hyland (John Travolta’s first wife). Word is they look alike…

– 1:40 Molly’s perfect vacation & kids’ birthday parties- 3:33 Big news about the Chagrin Falls Documentary Film Festival- 11:57 Introducing Becky McMahon- 15:53 summertime self-discipline challenge- 19:23 CMBA and its history- 24:44 CMBA helping small law firms & new wellness initiatives- 35:40 How a psychology degree helps at the Bar Association and how Becky chose Smith College- 38:41 Young Becky considers her career path and grows up with Ohio State Football – 41:02 Becky has fun in law school and we shows us the inside a Supreme Court – 47:39 Becky takes her own cases at Benesch & Key Bank- 51:24 Working at Tri-C and having an impact in the community- 53:14 The future of the Law Field- 58:14 Rainbow Babies & serving on boards- 1:00:26 Non-Profit Seminar / Strategic Planning for Non-Profits- 1:02:16 Becky is proud of the first Leadership Academy- 1:04:34 Lightning Round

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