The Massachusetts Bar Association's Leadership Academy hosted its first training session for the 22 fellows selected for the 2019-20 academy class, on Dec. 16, at the United States District Court, 595 Main St., Worcester. The theme of the session was "Unique Perspectives on Public Service."
Program participants included (pictured left):
Top: Hon. Timothy S. Hillman, U.S. District Court (event host); Middlesex County District Attorney Marian T. Ryan; Worcester County District Attorney Joseph D. Early Jr.; MBA Treasurer Grace V.B. Garcia (program chair); and William F. “Bill” Sinnott, partner, Barrett & Singal.
Second from top: William F. “Bill” Sinnott, partner, Barrett & Singal, speaks to Leadership Academy fellows about his experience in public service.
Second from bottom: Program participants talk to Leadership Academy fellows. Pictured clockwise: MBA Treasurer Grace V.B. Garcia; Worcester County District Attorney Joseph D. Early Jr.; MBA President John J. Morrissey, Morrissey, Wilson & Zafiropoulos LLP; and Middlesex County District Attorney Marian T. Ryan.
Bottom: Members of the 2019-20 Leadership Academy class. Back row (from left): Ashley Freeman, Terrance Lanier, Shannon Jurgens, Frank Mulé, Christopher Sweeney, Carolina Almonte, Nicole Cocozza, Kara Leary and Joseph Webber. Front row (from left): Erica Bruno, Katherine Tarpley Knauf, Jessica McArdle, Annika Harwe, Janet Raheb, Michelle Byers, Lianne Henderson, Paige Barton and Michael Lonzana.
Not pictured: Lisa Ann Landry, Michael Moloney, Anna Shaddae Rodriguez and Jennifer Salerno.