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Ms. Ghuman Interviewed for ShePower Global “Women Leading Intentionally” Panel
On May 11, 2019, Ms. Ghuman, an employment law Attorney in Los Angeles and Bakersfield, with Arleana Waller was interviewed by Channel 23 Bakersfield news to discuss the first annual ShePower Global “Women Leading Intentionally” panel. The ShePower Global “Women Leading Intentionally” Panel Series was a one-day event for Women and Girls who want to LEAD. Attendees were empowered with the tools and relationships to live, learn and lead from the BEST of the BEST!
At the event, women and girls were empowered, encouraged, impacted, and equipped to own their ShePower to lead in confidence and power. The organizer, ShePower, provided a great need to not only show leaders how to lead, but share stories, engage and to connect too.
With Channel 23, Ms. Ghuman discussed the lack of space in Bakersfield for discussion about how to empower young girls and women to step into leadership opportunities. As a woman of color lawyer, who founded Ghuman Law Firm, employment lawyers in Bakersfield and Los Angeles, she shared insights into the obstacles and challenges one encounters stepping into one’s own potential. Each individual must determine what kind of life one wants to live and design their life accordingly. She expressed her passion for being a business and employment law attorney in Los Angeles and Bakersfield. Ms. Ghuman strives to be one of the best lawyers in Los Angeles and Bakersfield.
On May 11, 2019, Ms. Ghuman, an employment law Attorney in Los Angeles and Bakersfield, with Arleana Waller was interviewed by Channel 23 Bakersfield news
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