Jones Day's Ann Hollenbeck named among Crain's Detroit Business' "Notable Leaders in DEI" for 2023

Crain's Detroit Business has named Ann Hollenbeck, Partner-in-Charge of the Detroit Office, among the publication's "Notable Leaders in DEI" for 2023. The editors select professionals who have demonstrated leadership in creating a diverse, inclusive and equitable workplace within their organization and support similar efforts in the community.

As Partner-in-Charge, Ms. Hollenbeck has championed DEI by leading the Detroit Office with an intentional approach to recruiting, training, mentorship and advancement, summer program activities, and pro bono services. She recently moderated a live fireside chat with groundbreaking Michigan leaders on shattering barriers in their professions, managing change, and developing resiliency in the face of significant challenges.

She is a partner in the Health Care & Life Science Practice and focuses on advising clients in the sector on digital health, artificial intelligence, human subjects research, organ transplant, pharmacy/340B, and fraud and abuse matters. Ms. Hollenbeck also represents health care, life sciences, and technology companies in transactional matters such as joint ventures and co-management arrangements. She regularly advises these entities with regard to the negotiation of clinical trial-related agreements, including virtual clinical trials, in addition to related regulatory matters, such as Medicare reimbursement and institutional review board responsibilities.

In the community, Ms. Hollenbeck serves on the Board of Directors and the Audit and Finance Committee of Gift of Life Michigan, which coordinates organ procurement and transplant for Michigan residents. She also serves on the Board of Directors of Ele's Place, which provides peer support grief programs to children. Both are nonprofit organizations that serve the general public, including those who lack resources to otherwise access services. These positions reflect her commitment to help people dealing with the trauma of serious health issues or loss.

In addition to this distinction, she was recently named a Michigan Lawyers Weekly: Leaders in the Law honoree.

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