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Ice Miller and Steve Humke Honored as 2018 Top Performers at Annual LCLD Membership Meeting

Ice Miller and Steve Humke Honored as 2018 Top Performers at Annual LCLD Membership Meeting
October 31, 2018

Ice Miller and Steve Humke were honored as 2018 Top Performers at the Ninth Annual Leadership Council on Legal Diversity (LCLD) Membership Meeting, which was held in Washington, D.C. from Oct. 15-16.

The award recognizes the most active member organizations and individuals who are most involved in LCLD’s programs and the promotion of LCLD’s mission throughout the year. Activities may include attending the Annual membership meeting, sending Fellows to Learning Experiences and Leadership Lunches or hosting regional networking events. Earlier this year, Ice Miller attorney Charles Bush was selected for the 2018 LCLD Pathfinder Program and Ice Miller partner Isaac Colunga was chosen to be a member of the 2018 class of Fellows, both activities that also contribute to the Top Performer award for the Firm as a whole. Sixty-two other LCLD member organizations earned “Top Performer” distinctions this year.

The Ninth Annual LCLD Membership Meeting featured several executives from member organizations presenting panel discussions, including “A Conversation at the Intersection of Leadership, Innovation, and Inclusion” and “Designing Our Preferred Future: Turning Questions into Answers.” 

Steve Humke serves as the chief managing partner of Ice Miller. In that capacity, he acts as the Firm’s chief executive officer and is responsible for leading the Firm’s operations and strategic direction. Prior to assuming his current role, Steve was a corporate attorney representing entrepreneurs as well as a number of private equity firms. He represented parties to many of the larger business transactions completed in Indiana during the past decade.

Learn more about Ice Miller’s commitment to Diversity & Inclusion here.

This publication is intended for general information purposes only and does not and is not intended to constitute legal advice. The reader should consult with legal counsel to determine how laws or decisions discussed herein apply to the reader’s specific circumstances.

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