Tracee Davis, partner in Seyfarth's Litigation department in New York, has been selected as a board member of the New York Institute of Technology's Women's Technology Council.
Founded in 1955, New York Institute of Technology (New York Tech) enrolls more than 9,000 students at two campuses in New York—a 176-acre campus on Long Island (Old Westbury, N.Y.) and a campus in New York City—as well as campuses in Jonesboro, Ark., and Vancouver, Canada. The Women's Technology Council (WTC) was created to support women, including students, alumni, faculty, staff and friends, through mentorship, events, and resources to advance their careers, assume leadership positions, and contribute to building an inclusive and diverse workforce. You can read more here.
A Certified Information Privacy Professional, Davis represents financial institutional clients and other corporate clients involved in business disputes requiring litigation or arbitration. She advocates and mediates on her clients' behalf, and provides preventative legal advice and risk assessments to help clients minimize their exposure to litigation.