Inspiring Women to New Heights - Attorney Ada Wong Speaks at the WSAJ Women of Washington Retreat

On Saturday, September 17, 2016, AKW Law Attorney Ada Wong (far right) was one of three panelists at the Washington State Association for Justice ("WSAJ") Women of Washington ("WOW") 2016 Retreat held in Tulalip, Washington, titled: "Inspiring Women to New Heights."

The panel was moderated by Judge Gretchen Leanderson of Pierce County Superior Court. During this presentation, "Lifting Up - Powerful Ideas from WOW Powerhouses," the three attorneys shared their thoughts on trials, litigation, work-life balance, networking, social media, marketing, and their backgrounds of how they got to where they are today.

Attorney Wong enjoys speaking to female attorneys in hopes to help lift each other and continue to build a successful practice to better serve AKW Law's clients and diverse needs.

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