Margaret Christensen: Inspiring Her Community and Workplace
It is hard to inspire friends and family, and even harder to inspire members of a workplace or community. The act of inspiring any person can be a challenge, but Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP associate Margaret Christensen proved that it is a challenge that she can overcome when she was selected as a finalist in the 2014 Inspire Awards.
The Inspire Awards are a part of the College Mentors for Kids program. The awards are dedicated to celebrating the efforts of individuals who have inspired others for excellence in the workplace or the community. The awards have seven categories: accounting, legal & finance, business, retail & service, health &health sciences, education & nonprofit, technology, engineering & manufacturing, marketing, media & athletics and youth mentoring.
Christensen is finalist under the accounting, legal & finance category along with four other individuals. Being a finalist means that she has embodied mentoring in her everyday life over the past year. She was nominated for her work with a local non-profit, Trusted Mentors, and her work in establishing a mentoring program for the members of the Indianapolis Bar Association’s Women in the Law Division.
This year, the Inspire Awards will be held on Thursday, Feb. 27, 2014. They will feature a luncheon, a college student speaker and the presentation of the mentoring awards. In addition, Senator Richard Lugar will be honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award in Mentoring.
Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP is proud of Christensen’s inclusion on the roster of this year’s finalists and her continued service and support for the local community.
To learn more about the Inspire Awards, please visit the website.