Kristine Feher chairs Greenberg Traurig’s Women’s Initiative in New Jersey and co-chairs its New Jersey Associate Development Committee. Feher says it’s more the “little moments” that make a good mentor (see below), but she is also known for empowering mentees, including by creating panels made up of younger lawyers tasked with planning events or training sessions, and for pushing fellow partners to take part in mentorship efforts. “Kris has been acting as a mentor since she started practicing law,” and she “is invaluable to our office,” colleagues said, noting testimonials from Feher’s mentees who credit Feher with advocating for and supporting them.
Is the role of mentor one that you set out to take, or one you happened into?
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