Goodwin associate Winnie Uluocha has been elected to the Board of Directors of the Iowa Law School Foundation. The new Board members were publicly announced by the Foundation on February 10.
A 2019 graduate of the College of Law and the College of Public Health, Ms. Uluocha has made significant contributions to a number of efforts benefiting the Iowa Law community. She is an inaugural member of the Alumni DEI Council and established the Alexander Clark Jr. Award Fund in her final year of law school, which offers financial assistance to underrepresented prospective law students to visit the College of Law. She has also participated in Back to Iowa, a program that provides law students with career advice from prominent African American alumni.
“I am exceptionally proud to be elected as a member of the Board of Directors of the Iowa Law School Foundation,” said Ms. Uluocha. “Attending law school was a transformative experience in my life, and I look forward to working with my fellow Board members, Officers and Executives to support the mission of the University of Iowa College of Law in the years ahead.”
Based in Goodwin’s Washington, DC office, Ms. Uluocha practices in the firm’s Life Sciences group and Healthcare practice. Her work focuses on advising all segments of the healthcare industry, including hospitals, health systems, pharmacies, private equity investors and their platform companies, investors, biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies, and other healthcare clients in transactional matters such as strategic mergers, acquisitions, affiliations, and joint ventures. Ms. Uluocha also provides a wide-range of healthcare regulatory advice on compliance matters.
The Iowa Law School Foundation is responsible for the quality of legal education that the University of Iowa College of Law provides to its students. The Foundation is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors consisting of graduates and friends of the College of Law, law faculty, law students, and the Dean of the College.
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