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Camille Townsend has been a practicing employment law attorney for over nine years in both the private and public sector. Currently she is Acting Executive Director of the County Equity Oversight Panel for LA County. Previously, Ms. Townsend worked as Deputy County Counsel for Los Angeles County's Office and worked for a national labor & employment law firm. Ms. Townsend completed her undergraduate work at Boston College and received her law degree at the University of Wisconsin. Ms. Townsend is President of the California Association of Black Lawyers and is a past president of the Black Women Lawyers Association of Los Angeles, Inc.. In 2014 she was appointed to the State Bar of California's Council on Access and Fairness.
Angela Reddock Wright
Angela Reddock Wright is the Founding and Managing Partner of The Reddock Law Group, a boutique employment and labor law investigation, mediation and arbitration firm based in Los Angeles. She is retained by public and private sector employers to conduct workplace investigations of harassment, discrimination and other claims. Having litigated seminal university sorority hazing cases, she also is retained by educational institutions to provide consultation and investigation of Title IX cases. Angela is a graduate of Amherst College, UCLA School of Law, and the Coro Foundation Fellowship. She also had the distinct honor of being a German Marshall Fellow to Europe.
Susan Woolley has practiced law for 25 years. She served as the Director of Investigations for the Denny's race discrimination litigation, where she supervised a team that conducted investigations in 49 states. Susan was an expert for the U.S. Department of Justice in the Cracker Barrel Restaurants litigation. Susan currently serves on L. A. County Equity Oversight Panel which oversees workplace investigations countywide. Prior to specializing in investigations, Susan conducted complex business and civil rights litigation. Susan is an adjunct professor at Loyola Law School. Susan graduated from Stanford Law School and clerked at the U.S. District Court.