Tiffani Lee Recognized Among South Florida's “25 Most Influential & Prominent Black Women in Business”
MIAMI – August 23, 2012 – Holland & Knight is pleased to announce that Tiffani Lee, a partner in the firm's Miami office, has been named one of South Florida’s “25 Most Influential & Prominent Black Women in Business for 2012” by Legacy magazine.
For the seventh year, Legacy magazine has chosen an elite group of women to be profiled in a special issue distributed by The Miami Herald on Sept. 10. Each honoree was carefully selected by a distinguished selection committee comprised of business leaders from South Florida.
This year’s stellar group is very impressive; they range from a hospital COO, a vitamin company CFO, a medical researcher, and several of South Florida’s top attorneys, public officials and successful entrepreneurs. The honorees will also be recognized at an awards reception on Sept. 14 at The Banker's Club.
"I am deeply honored to be recognized by Legacy magazine and included in this group of accomplished women who are making their distinctive marks on the South Florida community," said Tiffani Lee.
Ms. Lee practices in the areas of business litigation and securities litigation. In addition to her litigation practice, she serves as the firm's Diversity Partner. Ms. Lee was the first African-American woman to serve as president of the Dade County Bar Association Young Lawyers Section, and she currently serves on the Association's board of directors. She has been recognized as one of Florida's elite lawyers by Florida Trend, South Florida Legal Guide and Super Lawyers.
Ms. Lee is also a member of the boards of directors of Street Law, Inc., Legal Services of Greater Miami, Inc., the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce, and a trustee of Sweet Home Missionary Baptist Church.
About Legacy magazine: Established in 2004, Legacy through distribution partnerships with the Miami Herald and the Palm Beach Post has a South Florida tri-county readership of 270,000 and publishes bi-monthly. Legacy is a news/business publication serving South Florida’s black professional community with insightful articles and information on business, careers, politics, lifestyle, culture and social commentary.