Simone Colgan Dunlap featured in article “Advocate for Diversity”So Scottsdale 09/01/17
Below is an excerpt:
Growing up on an oil company compound in Saudi Arabia, Simone Colgan Dunlap was surrounded by people from all corners of the world. “The experience profoundly influenced my thinking. I learned the value of difference but to question inequality, particularly for women. I felt compelled to take advantage of opportunities that were not available to Saudi women,” says Colgan Dunlap, who is a partner in the Health Law Group at Quarles & Brady.
Colgan Dunlap’s passion for diversity led her to work at her college’s intercultural center, to teach in Japan, and, later, to law school where she interned for the U.S. Department of State, taking her to the United Nations in Geneva.