Bestselling Author Selena Rezvani to Keynote Women in eDiscovery National Meeting

Selena Rezvani will serve the keynote address at the Women in eDiscovery inaugural National Meeting on October 5 taking place at the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington, D.C.
Women in eDiscovery
Women in eDiscovery
Sept. 9, 2011 - PRLog -- MINNEAPOLIS, MN –  Women in eDiscovery, a non-profit organization that brings together women interested in technology related to the legal industry, today announces that Selena Rezvani will serve the keynote address at its inaugural National Meeting on October 5. The meeting will occur from 1:00 PM – 5:30 PM, immediately following the Masters Conference at the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington, D.C. The theme, "Taking Flight," reflects the overall mission of Women in eDiscovery: helping women determine and achieve their goals, both personally and professionally.

Selena Rezvani is an author and consultant whose goal is to propel more women into the top echelons of leadership. She is co-president of Women’s Roadmap™, a consulting firm that helps companies position a gender-inclusive workplace as a competitive advantage. Rezvani established Women’s Roadmap while writing her bestselling debut book, “The Next Generation of Women Leaders: What You Need to Lead but Won’t Learn in Business School” (Praeger, 2009), and after identifying the need for women to be seen as a viable talent pool and leadership pipeline.

“Her experience and success in the women and leadership arena make her an excellent choice as a keynote speaker for our inaugural national meeting,” states Shawnna Childress, co-founder and executive director of Women in eDiscovery. “Selena has trained some of the brightest women in business in the art and science of leadership and we look forward to having her share these sought-after strategies with our members!”

Rezvani has been quoted, interviewed and profiled by CareerBuilder, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, NBC television and ABC television. She is a regular commentator on NPR’s national syndicated radio show 51 Percent, blogs for, and serves as an ongoing columnist for The Washington Post, covering women and leadership.

Rezvani’s professional speaking endeavors include Harvard University, Comcast, Apple, Northrup Grumman, Princeton University, London Business School, the Clinton Foundation, Johnson & Johnson, Constellation Energy and SAP, among others.

Since its inception in 2007, Women in eDiscovery has grown to 28 chapters and more than 5,000 members worldwide. The non-profit association is comprised of women from all walks of life, including general counsel, secretaries, partners, associates, chief operating officers, paralegals, litigation support and e-discovery professionals.

The Women in eDiscovery National Meeting will immediately follow the Masters Conference on Wednesday, October 5, 2011. Information on the schedule of events, topics and networking opportunities are forthcoming.

Members that would like to attend the National Meeting and/or the Masters Conference should register as soon as possible because space is limited. Cost and registration information can be found at

Women in eDiscovery members who would like to attend the Masters Conference and the National Meeting can obtain a discount code for either of these events by contacting Lana Schell, executive director and co-founder, at

For more information on Women in eDiscovery’s membership and its events, visit, or join the discussion on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter.

For more information on the Masters Conference, visit

About Women in eDiscovery
Women in eDiscovery ( is an organization bringing together women around the world interested in technology related to the legal industry. Its goal is to provide opportunities for businesswomen to grow personally and professionally through leadership, education, networking support and recognition. Currently there are more than 5,000 members and 28 chapters worldwide.


Amy Juers
National Director of Public Relations
Women in eDiscovery

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Women in eDiscovery is a national organization bringing together businesswomen across the world interested in technology related to the legal industry and provides opportunities to help them and other businesswomen grow personally and professionally.

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