Levine Museum of the New South and Charlotte Woman of the Year invite you to join us for A Woman's Place 2015. The program will feature a presentation to the 2014 Woman of the Year followed by a talk by Karen A. Popp.
An internationally recognized attorney, Popp was elected chair of UNC Charlotte's Board of Trustees in June 2013. In her legal career, Popp has managed several high profile cases, from prosecuting members of New York’s crime syndicate families to serving as a White House counsel to President Bill Clinton. She has earned an international reputation for her ethics expertise through her work on cases of fraud, bribery, kickbacks and wrongdoing involving important civil and ethical implications.Popp has been named as one of the Top 250 Women in Litigation, a publication honoring the achievements of female lawyers in litigation practices in the United States. She was appointed by the governor’s office to serve on the North Carolina Council for Women.
Tickets are free but must be reserved in advance. Registration here.