Women in Healthcare Leadership Collaborative Launch Party

Meet and Greet

Sakura Park, Riverside Park and 122nd Street New York, NY
August 10, 2019

1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

*Significant others and children are welcome

Sheppard Mullin’s Women in Healthcare Leadership Collaborative (“WHLC”) is a collaborative of women attorneys, compliance officers, business leaders, and other professionals in healthcare who have the talent and drive to advance their careers in a dynamic and heavily regulated industry. WHLC is committed to contributing to this advancement by providing its members with professional skills training and development, quality networking with other leaders in healthcare, and peer-to-peer mentoring. We will also host a series of conversations to provide targeted education to WHLC members on critical issues facing the healthcare industry today. WHLC aims to advance its members into leadership and C-suite positions and provide continued support throughout their careers.

**Membership is by invite only.**

 Please click HERE to RSVP.

Sheppard Mullin’s healthcare team is comprised of 160+ attorneys, with healthcare transactional, private equity, regulatory, health plan licensing, compliance, reimbursement, governance, fraud and abuse, payor and provider contracting, antitrust, tax, non-profit, financing, information technology, employment, HIPAA, artificial intelligence, cyber security, litigation, real estate and other expertise. We are one of the few law firms with lawyers in New York, Washington, D.C. and California that are devoted 100% to healthcare. Click here to learn more about Sheppard Mullin’s healthcare team.

Sheppard Mullin is committed to the advancement and retention of our women attorneys and strives to create an environment in which all of our women attorneys grow professionally, develop successful legal practices, and flourish as leaders both within our firm and in our communities. Click here to learn more about Sheppard Mullin’s Women Lawyers Group.

Questions? Please contact the Co-Chairs of WHLC, Danielle Vrabie and Amanda Zablocki, by emailing