Bradley is pleased to announce that Rachel Sodée, an associate in the firm’s Nashville office, has been selected to serve as an intern on the Monroe Harding Board of Directors as part of her involvement with the Young Leaders Council (YLC) program.
Monroe Harding is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting vulnerable children, young adults and families through housing programs, academic support, and life skills development, with the goal of empowering young people to advocate for themselves. Ms. Sodée’s internship on Monroe Harding’s Board of Directors is a result of her participation in the Spring 2021 Nashville class of the YLC, a program which trains diverse, committed individuals to effectively participate on the boards of local nonprofit organizations to make a difference in the community by growing the volunteer leadership base.
“Rachel is demonstrating leadership and a commitment to the Nashville community through her involvement with the YLC, and we know that she will learn valuable skills as she serves Monroe Harding,” said Bradley Nashville Office Managing Partner Lauren B. Jacques.
Ms. Sodée is a member of Bradley’s Litigation Practice Group and is a graduate of the Vanderbilt University Law School, where she was symposium editor for the Vanderbilt Law Review and president of the Labor and Employment Law Society. She is a member of the National Association of Women Lawyers, the Harry Phillips Inn of Court, and the American Bar Association. Ms. Sodée also serves as a mentor for Tennessee Achieves.