Patricia Jimenez Elected President of Connecticut Hispanic Bar Association
Publisher: Day Pitney Press Release
June 26, 2020
Patricia "Paty" Jimenez has been elected President of the Connecticut Hispanic Bar Association (CHBA). She has been a long-standing board member of the association, having previously served as Director of Communications, Secretary, and President-Elect. Jimenez has had a deep connection with the organization, having been a CHBA scholarship recipient during her 3L year of law school.
When asked to comment about this achievement, Jimenez stated, "I am honored to serve as the 2020-2021 Connecticut Hispanic Bar Association President. We are facing unprecedented challenges this year, however, with the help of our newly elected officers and Board members, the CHBA expects to be more active in addressing the issues facing Latino communities. My goal for the upcoming year is to build and expand upon the efforts of those who have previously led this organization. I am looking forward to greater collaborations with organizations with missions that overlap our own and to strengthening collaborations with the other bar associations in an effort to promote diversity and inclusion within our profession."
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