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August 22, 2023

Cassandra Rich Interviewed for Rochester Business Journal Article on Becoming MCBA President

Cassandra Rich, special counsel, was interviewed for the Rochester Business Journal article “Cassandra Rich – Increasing Engagement, Mentorship for Young Attorneys Through MCBA” about her plans for her one-year term as president of the Monroe County Bar Association (MCBA). 

Cassandra wants to focus her efforts as president of the MCBA on existing programs versus initiating new ones. These programs include the MCBA’s Leadership Academy, the President’s Commission on Anti-Racism, and the health and well-being initiative. 

About Cassandra becoming president of the MCBA, Langston McFadden, outgoing president, said, “One thing that is very heartening for me is her involvement to date, and her history of involvement with the bar association, has been stellar.” He continued, “She was very active as the president-elect during my presidency, so she’s fully committed to, not just advancing new initiative of the bar association, but to carrying out initiatives that I put into place and those that I carried out once I took over for (past-president) Brad Kammholz.”

Cassandra’s primary goal is to increase engagement among the MCBA’s members. She said, “I want people go get more involved. With all membership organizations you get what you put in. The more involved you are, the more connected you get, the more you get out of it.”

To read the full article, click here.


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