As Senior Counsel for Labor and Employment, she manages labor and employment matters for DI team members worldwide. Prior to joining DI, Breshin was an attorney with the international law firms of Jones Day and Paul Hastings in Washington, D.C., and she also clerked for The Honorable Héctor M. Laffitte, U.S. District Court, District of Puerto Rico. Breshin is a former HNBA Regional President for HNBA Region V (DC, MD, VA, WV), and was one of 50 practitioners selected to participate in the highly prestigious HNBA/ACC Latina Executive Leadership Development Program. In addition, she was named a “Rising Legal Star” by the Hispanic Bar Association of the District of Columbia in 2006.
“The HNBA Legal Education Fund’s Board of Directors joins me in welcoming our newest members whose distinguished professional and personal achievements speak for themselves. We are very pleased to have such accomplished and dedicated individuals join our ranks to help us carry out our mission of supporting HNBA charitable and educational programs,” said Mr. Román D. Hernández, Chairman of the Board of Directors of The Fund.
“The HNBA Board of Governors is excited to partner with The Fund on a number of initiatives this year while I am HNBA National President, including our efforts to develop the legal pipeline and ensure that we continue to educate and provide resources for Hispanic law students. Indeed, we are planning to reach out to our youth at an earlier stage in their education, and The Fund is an important partner of the HNBA in those efforts,” said Mr. Benny Agosto, Jr., HNBA National President and Secretary of The Fund.
HNBA Legal Education Fund
The HNBA Legal Education Fund (the “Fund”), incorporated in April 2010, is an IRS Section 501(c)(3) not-for-profit, charitable and educational organization dedicated to promoting and facilitating educational programs, exposing underrepresented students and professional to the benefits and opportunities in the legal profession, providing scholarship and financial support to individuals from underrepresented communities to pursue legal careers, and supporting the charitable and education mission of the Hispanic National Bar Association. The Fund is based in Washington, DC, and is the only foundation affiliated with the Hispanic National Bar Association. For information, please visit the HNBA Legal Education Fund’s website.
The Hispanic National Bar Association
The HNBA is an incorporated, not-for-profit, national membership organization that represents the interests of the more than 100,000 attorneys, judges, law professors, legal professionals, and law students of Hispanic descent in the United States, and its territories. Please visit HNBA’s website for more information.