Phillip Isom is a partner in the New York City office of O’Melveny & Myers L.L.P., where he specializes in the formation of private investment funds.
Today, Forrest is vice president, general counsel, chief compliance officer and secretary of Minerals Technologies Inc., a global company that develops and markets minerals and related products, systems and services.
Thirty-six years after Title IX of the Education Amendment became a law requiring equal participation for men and women in collegiate sports, colleges and universities are challenged with assuring the participation of minority female athletes.
With a patient list that includes Olympic and professional athletes, F. Kennedy Gordon, M.D., has very little room for mistakes in his diagnoses and treatments.
Kennedy, a national spokesperson for the American Heart Association/ American Stroke Association Search Your Heart Program, is the founder and president of Power Living Enterprises Inc. in New York City and the founder of Ta Yoga.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, only 11 percent of lawyers are minorities, compared to approximately 25 percent of physicians/surgeons, 21 percent of accountants and 18 percent of college and university teachers. Nationally, about 5 percent of law firm partners are Black. Inside, we profile attorneys who are part of thw 5 percent.