Diversity Journal Recognizes Jeannie Rhee Among Women Worth Watching

Diversity Journal Recognizes Jeannie Rhee Among Women Worth Watching


Partner Jeannie Rhee has been named to Diversity Journal's annual list of Women Worth Watching, which recognizes professional women for their passion and influence both inside and outside the workplace. The special edition provides leading women the opportunity to tell their stories of achievements and lessons learned during the process. This year more than 160 women were identified as Women Worth Watching.

“Collectively, these women are forging ahead with global acclaim in strategies that are making a difference in their workplace, marketplace and around the world,” said James R. Rector, CEO and Publisher of Diversity Journal. “These leaders bring an array of life experiences and views that consistently produce a variety of new concepts and ideas.”

When asked about issues facing minorities, Rhee said, “As a small community relative to minority communities, the challenge is to organize, vocalize, and leverage our relative strengths in order to make an impact on issues that matter such as immigration, education, and voting rights.”

Rhee's practice focuses on defending clients who are the subject of government-related litigation and investigation, including white-collar criminal and securities enforcement cases. She has conducted investigations into a number of the most sensitive cybersecurity and data breach incidents in recent years for defense contracting, financial institution and major retail clients.

Read Diversity Journal's feature on Rhee.