Hall Capital is Changing Life for Women In the Corporate World

WOMEN AND THE CORPORATE WORLD

Women have been fighting for gender diversity for years. At the firm Hall Capital, this has changed. There are three top women leaders. The CEO being Kathryn Hall, who’s also the co-chief investment of Hall Capital. She is supported by two other women Sarah Stein, who’s the president and Helane Morrison, who’s the MD, CCO and the General Counsel of the firm. The three women have been an inspiration to many women around the globe. With flexibility and resilience as their advice to visionary young women. Read the full article detailing the benefits Hall Capital gives its employees and their efforts to diversify their staff in the following article: http://www.bizjournals.com/sanfrancisco/print-edition/2013/05/03/hall-capitals-leaders-foster-culture.html

Morrison is one of the most influential persons. She joined Hall Capital in November of 2007. Helane received a Bachelors degree in Journalism from Northwestern University and worked as a newspaper reporter. In 1984, she received J.D. from the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law. You can see her full educational history on her LinkedIn profile

1984 to 1985 Morrison served as a clerk for Hon. Richard A. Posner of the U.S. courts of appeals for the seventh circuit. In 1985 to 1986 Helene served as a law clerk for Supreme Court Justice Harry A. Blackmun.

From 1986 to mid-1996 Morrison practiced law at the San Francisco law firm and became a partner in the year 1991. She mostly focused on litigation and securities enforcement. You can check out her work in full in the Google Book below.

In mid 1996 to the year 1999, Morrison was the head of enforcement and administrator of the San Francisco Security and Exchange Commission. She represented the firm in legal, business and financial communities. Helane left her position at the SEC to pursue her dreams of creating a more equal workplace for women.

From 1999 to 2001 Helane was a member of the bar association of San Francisco judiciary committee. 1999 to 2001 Miss Morrison served as a lawyer representative to the Ninth Circuit judicial conference. From 2000 to 2001 she was the co-chair of the same.

From 2001 to 2004 Miss Morrison was the director of the Bar of Association of San Francisco judiciary committee.

During this time, she continued working for the Security Exchange Commission before joining Hall Capital. Morrison encourages young women using the three architects of the hall capital as her example. Her educational and professional background has enabled her to make an impact both on Hall Capital and to the people outside the firm.

The Hall’s Capital women hope that their example changes the world’s view of female workers. As Helane Morrison is a good example of one of the most successful women. She is a role model for many young women.