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The Network Journal Names Sheila Boston One of Its 25 Influential Black Women in Busi…

February 18, 2016

Litigation partner Sheila Boston was recognized by The Network Journal (TNJ) as one of its “25 Influential Black Women in Business” for 2016, a distinction honoring women who have made an important contribution to their community and whose professional achievements have significantly impacted an industry or profession. A "TNJ25" honoree is typically is a business owner or a partner, president, CEO, board chair or other senior-management executive with significant decision-making authority in the corporate, nonprofit (including academia and medicine) or government sector.

TNJ is an award-winning, quarterly business magazine for African-American professionals, corporate executives and business owners. It provides news and observations to corporate executives and small-business owners on issues that affect the growth of business and the advancement of African-American professionals in the workplace.

Publisher and CEO of TNJ, Aziz Gueye Adetimirin, applauded the nominees, stating: “The women we honor in the 18th year of the awards span occupations, industries and expertise, and they share the same traits when it comes to their career and community service: passion, drive and focus. We salute them for achieving significant levels of success in their businesses and professional careers and for their myriad contributions to their community.”

In addition to her TNJ honor, Boston was recently named a “Change Agent for 2015” by The Council of Urban Professionals, highlighting her accomplishments as a diverse leader who has achieved extraordinary success in her career and has made a significant impact on her community. She has also been cited as one of the “Most Influential Black Lawyers of 2015” by Savoy Magazine and received the “Lawyers Who Lead By Example” 2014 Lifetime Achievement Award from the New York Law Journal, which recognized her commitment to providing pro bono legal services to those who are in need, as well as her extensive efforts to promote diversity in the legal profession.

» See the full list of TNJ honorees.  

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