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Join us for lunch with Alice Chamberlayne Hill, Special Council to Secretary Janet Napolitano

June Luncheon: Alice Chamberlayne Hill
June 12 | 11:30am – 1:30 pm | Dickstein Shapiro
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Join WHS for lunch with
Alice Chamberlayne Hill
Senior Counselor, Secretary Janet Napolitano U.S. Department of Homeland Security

Ms. Hill will join us to discuss her role as Senior Counselor to the Secretary, issues she manages for her, her career leading to her current role, including her 13 years as a Judge in Los Angeles, CA.

About the Honorable Alice Chamberlayne Hill (Ret.)
Retired Judge Alice Chamberlayne Hill joined the U.S. Department of Homeland Security as Senior Counselor to Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano in June 2009. As Senior Counselor, Hill has been responsible for leading several Department-wide efforts including the anti-human trafficking initiative (known as the Blue Campaign), the Biological Leadership Group, the Climate Change Adaptation Task Force, the Unaccompanied Alien Children Working Group, and the re-structuring of the Department’s international operations. Hill also serves as the Department’s representative on the White House Interagency Climate Change Adaptation Task Force, the Senior Policy Operating Group (which is part of the President’s Interagency Task Force to Combat Human Trafficking), and the National Climate Assessment Federal Advisory Committee.

Before joining DHS, Hill served for 13 years as a Judge in Los Angeles, California, including as Supervising Judge of the North Valley District for the Los Angeles Superior Court. As Supervising Judge, she oversaw the operations of three courthouses. While on the bench, Hill chaired numerous judicial committees, including serving as the first chair of the Los Angeles Judicial Education SeminarsCommittee which has supplied tens of thousands of hours of continuing education to judges. Prior to joining the bench, Hill served as Chief of the Major Frauds Section at the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Los Angeles, California. As an Assistant United States Attorney, she was co-lead prosecutor in the federal prosecution of Charles Keating, Jr. Before embarking on her career in public service, Hill was in private practice at the law firms of Morrison and Foerster in Los Angeles, California and De Chambrun and Associates in Paris, France and clerked for a Federal Judge.

Thank you to WHS Board Member Traci Lembke for facilitating this luncheon!

Special thanks to Dickstein Shapiro for hosting and supporting this luncheon!

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