Attorneys Kellie Howard-Goudy, Nicole Wilinski, and Chelsea Pasquali Participate in a 4-Part Girls Empowerment Workshop Series


CEF is committed to diversity, equity and inclusion as an internal priority. We believe that investing in our local community is part and parcel of our commitment. Developing pipelines of diverse talented young people ensures that our legacy of diversity will continue into the future. We are pleased to share that attorneys Kellie Howard-Goudy, Nicole Wilinski, and Chelsea Pasquali are participating in a 4-part girls empowerment workshop series. Hosted by Detroit PAL and the FCA Foundation, this series is dedicated to helping young women reach their full potential through various mentorship activities.

The Detroit Police Athletic League is a non-profit organization that aims to help youth become the leaders of today and tomorrow by teaching transferrable skills through sports. Detroit PAL offers young people a wide variety of personal and community development programs designed to help student athletes be school and life ready, while also bridging the gap between the police and community. Programs focus on literacy enrichment, leadership development, academic enrichment and college readiness, mentoring, workforce development, partnerships, and collaboration.

Girls ages 13-17 are welcome to sign up for the Girls Empowerment Series here or by visiting

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