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MoveMakers and NewMakers for March 5, 2024


See who is making news and moving where in the weekly Missouri Bar update "MoveMakers & NewsMakers."

St. Louis | Kansas City 

St. Louis

The Association of Corporate Counsel – St. Louis Chapter, the pre-eminent professional development organization serving in-house counsel, recently elected its 2024 officers and board of directors.

The 2024 Chapter officers include:
· President: Beverly Garner, Bunge
· President-Elect: Anthony Jay Repaso, MasterCard
· Treasurer: Vikas Sunkari, SSM Healthcare
· Secretary: Jennifer Robinson, Centene Corporation
· Immediate Past President: Jenny Herner, Anheuser-Busch

Garner, 2024 Chapter president said, “The real value of the Association membership is the excellent Continuing Legal Education (CLE) programming followed closely by networking.”

The 2024 directors include:
New Directors At-Large
· Susan Bassford Wilson, Ryder System Inc.
· Jennifer Denny, Cardinal Financial
· Danielle Langeneckert, Ascension Health
· Matthew Richards, MasterCard
· Cara Stuckel, Anheuser-Busch
· Essica Zink, Express Scripts

Directors At-Large Continuing Their Terms:
· Bob Craddick, Reliant Care Management
· John Farmer, Charter Communications, Inc.
· Geoffrey Grammer, Ameren Corporation
· Aaron Mutnick, Amazon
· Lisa Savoy, Experian

Ex-Officio Directors Continuing as Committee Chairpersons:
· Toni Douaihy, Macy’s Inc.
· Sven Fickeler, Bunzl
· Kate Krebel, Leonardo DRS
· Kate Molamphy, ICL Americas
· Chrissy Teske, Edward Jones
· Tyrus R. Ulmer, The Boeing Company

In 2023, the Chapter received two Outstanding Achievement Awards for “Best Partnership Program” and “Innovative Programming Effort” from the international Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC).


Kansas City

Dysart Taylor McMonigle Brumitt & Wilcox, P.C. is pleased to announce Elizabeth Judy has joined the firm as an associate, focusing on all litigation matters.

With experience in Kansas, Missouri and California across a variety of practice areas, including medical malpractice, construction and transportation, Judy advises and represents national, regional and local clients through all phases of liability claims and associated litigation processes. Prior to joining Dysart Taylor, she served as a civil litigation associate at small Kansas City firms and as deputy county counselor for the Jackson County Counselor’s Office.

Before entering private practice, Judy also served as a judicial law clerk for the Hon. W. Brent Powell in the Jackson County Circuit Court handling criminal law, civil procedure, contract, property, tort and first amendment issues.

“We are thrilled to have Elizabeth as a part of the Dysart Taylor team and specifically adding depth to our transportation and construction law practices,” said John F. Wilcox, Jr., Dysart Taylor president. “Elizabeth’s previous experience and capabilities will be a great complement to the work our firm does for so many valued clients in these industry sectors. Our team is confident she will be a dedicated advocate, providing pathways to solutions that align with their business goals and objectives.”

Elizabeth completed her undergraduate Honors B.A. in Writing – Intensive English and Political, Social and Legal Philosophy at Marquette University, and she later earned her law degree from the University of Missouri School of Law.


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