Bailey Roese Elected Louisville Girls Leadership Board Treasurer
Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP congratulates firm associate Bailey Roese on her recent election to the board of Louisville Girls Leadership, a local non-profit dedicated to helping high school girls develop their leadership potential. Roese will serve a two-year term as Louisville Girls Leadership Treasurer.
Louisville Girls Leadership is a community-based partnership of individuals and organizations committed to helping young girls reach their full potential. The leadership development program is dedicated to the advocacy of young women. Members are given the opportunity to come together to develop skills, alliances, and to exchange ideas that will enable them to become visionary leaders. These resources allow young women to grow and develop into exceptional community leaders. The program allows 10th grade girls to interact with college students, young professionals, and experienced career women whose leadership roles have had an impact on their communities and workplace.
Additionally, Roese has also become a member of the Emerge Kentucky class of 2015. Emerge Kentucky is a network of women actively trying to tackle the under-representation of women in politics. Emerge works to identify, train and encourage democratic women to run for Kentucky office, get elected and to seek higher office.