Elizabeth Gingold Clark, partner in Alston & Bird’s Securities Litigation Group, has been selected to the Atlanta Women’s Foundation’s (AWF) 2021 class of “Inspire Atlanta,” a leadership program for a select group of diverse professional women seeking to create positive change for women and girls in Atlanta.
One of only 34 leaders selected to the program, Clark focuses her practice on representing publicly traded companies and financial institutions in securities class actions, shareholder derivative suits, M&A litigation, and government investigations and enforcement actions. She also serves on the firm’s Women’s Initiative and is active in local pro bono matters, as well as the National Association of Women Lawyers and National LGBT Bar Association.
Inspire Atlanta focuses on three main areas of development: personal, leadership, and philanthropic. Participants will meet many of the dynamic corporate and civic leaders associated with AWF, connect with other women professionals, and explore the critical issues facing women and girls locally.
Founded in 1998, the Atlanta Women’s Foundation is the only public foundation in Georgia dedicated solely to women and girls and helping them break the cycle of poverty.