TROY — Caroline Grech-Clapper, of the Secrest Wardle law firm, has been nominated to serve as a director on Women Officials Network’s Foundation Board for a two-year term.
Established in 1997, Women Officials Network, based in Birmingham, is dedicated to encouraging women to become involved in public policy through elected and appointed office. The orgainzation provides networking opportunities for women officials and presents training to inspire and empower current and future policymakers.
Grech-Clapper is an executive partner and member of Secrest Wardle’s employment, family law and premises liability practice groups.
Grech-Clapper received her Juris Doctor from Thomas M. Cooley Law School. She received her Bachelor of Science from Madonna University and was admitted to the State Bar of Michigan as well as the United States District Court for the Western and Eastern Districts of Michigan.