The Riley Institute
September 10, 2015
Nexsen Pruet attorney Kenny Gardner has been selected for the 10th Lowcountry Class of The Riley Institute's Diversity Leaders Initiative.
An excerpt from Dr. Don Gordon remarks as the Executive Director of the Riley Institute announced the newest classes:
“The variety of unique experiences and perspectives that this class brings to the table is so important to the meaningful dialogue and work of DLI. They have a common ability to affect change through leadership positions in their organizations and community.”
This fall, The Riley Institute welcomes the 20th Class of Fellows from the Upstate and the 10th Class of Fellows from the Lowcountry. Fellows work together for five months and work on relevant case studies and other learning tools that help maximize interaction develop productive relationships.
Since the initiative was created, 1,500 people from across South Carolina have become Riley Fellows. More from the DLI.
Kenyatta L. Gardner is a business litigator in Nexsen Pruet's Charleston office. He represents businesses and professionals on matters including construction defects, environmental torts, serious personal injury and insurance coverage.
While in law school he received a Diversity Scholarship from the firm. Learn more about the NP Scholars Program.