Mark your calendar for the
2023 WWCDA Awards Gala
November 28, 2023 at The Conrad Hotel, Washington, D.C. (Cocktails at 6pm; Dinner Program at 7:30pm). Join us for a night of celebration honoring champions elevating women + promoting diversity in the white collar field. Tickets are $375 [plus tax]. Tables can be purchased only by WWCDA Annual Sponsors for $4,000 (includes firm's name on a printed table sign) (send email request to firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Awards Gala will be another spectacular event. The 2022 Awards Gala sold-out quickly and we expect the same this year. Watch for registration information coming soon for the 2023 Awards Gala!
The WWCDA Awards Program recognizes women, men and groups who have championed women while making outstanding contributions in the White Collar area, including Defense, Government Enforcement, Investigations, and Compliance. The program also supports the legacy of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg by recognizing a law student who best exemplifies Justice Ginsburg commitments and tireless efforts. The awards program is a cornerstone of WWCDA's mission to promote diversity in the legal and compliance profession.
This awards program provides a vital platform for elevating public awareness of women in the field of white collar and compliance. Winning an award from WWCDA is an achievement that lasts a lifetime and commands wide admiration.
The WWCDA Awards are presented annually at the WWCDA Awards Dinner Gala held in Washington, D.C. on the first Tuesday after U.S. Thanksgiving. Previous Galas have featured three U.S. Attorneys General, former Solicitor General, former Chief of the DOJ Criminal Division, former Chair the SEC, former SEC Chief of Enforcement, the Chief Judge of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, the CEO and GC of Goldman Sachs, Google's Chief Legal Officer, the General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer of Salesforce, the NFL's General Counsel, Merck's General Counsel, Novartis General Counsel, the Chairs of several major law firms, NPR's Nina Totenberg, a tribute to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and a performance by Elton John’s keyboardist. The Gala has has also included WWCDA Chapter Roll Call with greetings from chapter members from around the world and recognition of WWCDA Trailblazers.
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