Diana Reynolds brings to the FAIR Girls Board her kind spirit, open heart and compassionate, loving nature. Diana is an active member of her community and serves on the board of the Garden Club of Alexandria, a member club of the Garden Club of Virginia and the Garden Club of America, where she pursues her love of gardening and horticulture.
Diana’s professional career in New York began in publishing at Seventeen Magazine and then at a public relations firm, Cairns & Associates, where she represented luxury brands La Prairie, Avon, Chesebrough-Ponds, Fabergé, and Waterman Pens.
Diana is passionate about supporting and encouraging children and young women. She is an active member of her children’s school communities and volunteers regularly with the Capital Area Food Bank.
Diana first became aware of the prevalence and urgency of human trafficking through the film, Girl Rising. She is honored to be a member of the FAIR Girls Board where she hopes to help survivors rebuild their lives and restore their innate dignity, beauty, and grace.
Andre Lane Jr. is a Senior Program Director in the Office of Research at Howard University. There he works to develop, implement, and monitor systems managing all grant spending within the university. In addition, he collaborates directly with Deans and Associate Deans for Research/Academic Affairs with on-going assessments of contract and grant strategic plans for each of the 13 Colleges and Schools. Prior to this appointment, he served as the Director of the Hayes Senior Wellness Center, one of the six DC Government-funded centered in the District. In this role he grew the center staff from a three-person team to a six-person team, with over 35 consultants, while more than doubling the grant award. He also cultivated key relationships with other organizations and expanded program offerings within the center, as well as local recreations centers across the city, resulting in over 100 in-person fitness classes for seniors each week.
He excels in creating and implementing strategic plans to optimize efficiency, enhance operations, and boost overall performance results. He is a proven program director with expertise in project management, sales, and operations leadership.
Andre is a graduate of the University Maryland, where he studied Kinesiology and Sports Management. He then went on to obtain an MBA in Finance from Trinity College. He holds a Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification from Project Management Institute. Also, he is currently a Ethics Committee Board member at the Unity Medical Center and an active member of the Alpha Nu Omega Fraternity, Incorporated.
Andre is a native and resident of Washington, D.C and enjoys kayaking, cooking, and traveling the world.
Jasbir (Jesse) K. Bawa joined the faculty of Howard University School of Law in 2009, after years of big law firm practice. While she primarily specializes in teaching legal writing and appellate advocacy within a civil rights lens, Jesse has taught a course in Racial Profiling
Across Communities of Color, educating Howard Law students about other communities facing various forms of racial profiling, including Sikhs, Muslims and Hispanics. She spent three years as part of the Board of Directors for a national civil rights organization, the Sikh American Legal Defense and Education Fund (SALDEF) after initially serving there as a legal volunteer. She
is currently the Deputy General Counsel at a local religious nonprofit. Jesse is also an author whose writing on contemporary civil rights issues have appeared in The Daily Beast, Talking Points Memo, Huffington Post and other media outlets. Jesse is the mother of boy/girl twins.
DeShaun N. Wise Porter is the newly appointed Global Head of Diversity, Inclusion and Engagement at Hilton. She serves as a strategic thought leader and internal consultant responsible for developing and executing holistic and integrated strategies that are aligned with Hilton’s shared values and contribute to the building of a diverse, engaged, and high-performing organization. Prior to this appointment, she served as the VP, HR Consulting partnering with C-Suite leaders to drive and implement transformational talent initiatives focused on attracting, developing and retaining high potentials and top performers.
She is a passionate leader with extensive experience in driving culture change and creating opportunities that accelerate the growth of talent through differentiated talent models and scalable development programs. Her work has centered on leading global transformation initiatives, managing merger and acquisition processes, overseeing the implementation of core technologies, and developing teams across the globe.
DeShaun is a graduate of Florida State University, where she studied Multinational Business Operations and Finance. She holds a Professional in Human Resources (PHR) Certification from the HR Certificate Institute, a SHRM-Certified Professional (SHRM-CP) from the Society for Human Resource Management, and a Human Capital Strategist Certification from the Human Capital Institute. She is currently on the Board of Directors for the Pink Wish Foundation and an active member of the Society for Human Resources Management, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, and The Links, Incorporated. She is active throughout her community and serves as a youth mentor and advocate for abused and molested children.
DeShaun resides in Washington, D.C with her husband, Dr. Fernando A. Porter, and enjoys spending time with family and friends, shopping, reading and embracing other cultures through travel.
Libby Mullin couples a deep understanding of health care policy with a passion for issues that produce results for her clients.
After eight years of legislative experience on Capitol Hill, Libby opened her own health care consulting practice in 1999.
Prior to Mullin Strategies, Libby worked as a health policy advisor, legislative director and Chief of Staff for several members of the U.S. House of Representatives who served on the House Energy and Commerce Committee. Libby is the recipient of the National Children’s Hospital Award for Advocacy, the President Award for Leadership in Women’s Health from the Interstitial Cystitis Association and the Founders Award for Advocacy from the Cancer Support Community.
Libby has deep experience tackling complex political and policy challenges. Over the last 20 years, Libby has consulted with large and small health care non-profit organizations and Fortune 500 companies alike. Her experience in both the private and public sectors coupled with her long-term relationships with health policy experts as well as elected officials is a key asset to her clients.
Libby works closely with clients to identify and commit to realistic policy priorities, form new partnerships, strengthen existing relationships and strategically advance an agenda consistent with the organization’s mission. Libby works with her clients to leverage their policy work strategically, in a manner that not only advances organizational goals but also attracts funder support.
A native Washingtonian, Libby graduated from Lawrence University in 1990 with a B.A. in political science. She lives with her husband and three children in Chevy Chase, Md. Libby is a competitive triathlete, serves on the board of Montgomery Soccer Inc, and the advisory boards of the U.S. Soccer Foundation and the D.C. affiliate of the Cancer Support Community.
Pamela Parsons, AIA, ASID, LEED AP is an experienced senior executive in the hotel design & construction industry. A Principal at Studio Elements LLC, she provides consulting services to the hotel design and construction industry in national venues. Previous positions include Senior Vice President of Forrest Perkins, a luxury hotel design firm, and Senior Vice President, Host Hotels & Resorts, a hotel REIT. She is a licensed architect and certified interior designer with a Bachelor of Architecture and a Bachelor of Science in Building Sciences from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York.
More recently her focus has been on volunteer work, especially focused on fighting Human Trafficking.
Jeniffer De Jesus Roberts is the deputy general counsel, focusing on a wide variety of legal matters including litigation.
Prior to joining Booz Allen, Jeniffer was a partner with the law firm Alston & Bird. Jeniffer has deep expertise both as senior in-house counsel at public companies and in private practice helping Fortune 500 companies with litigation, crisis management, ethics and compliance, internal and government investigations, government contracting, mergers and acquisitions, and corporate and business transactions issues.
Jeniffer’s experience includes providing end-to-end services that allow government contractors to operate effectively within the many domestic and international regulatory restrictions. Her experiences both in-house and in private practice give her an informed perspective and a keen appreciation for flexibility and creativity in legal analyses—balancing compliance risk with an organization’s business needs.
Jeniffer serves on the Board of FAIR Girls, a nonprofit organization focused on preventing the trafficking and exploitation of girls worldwide through empowerment and education. She is also on the Government Contracts Editorial Board of Law360.
Jeniffer earned her J.D. from the George Washington University Law School and her master’s of public health in administrative medicine and health policy from the Milken Institute School of Public Health at George Washington University. She has a B.A. in psychology from West Chester University of Pennsylvania.
Patrice is passionate about connecting people and promoting healthier lifestyles. She is a certified Health and Wellness coach and enjoys guiding clients towards choosing a healthy balance of nutrition, fitness, mindfulness and meditation. This role enables her to enhance her mission of helping others help themselves live a happier fulfilling life. She is retired from the travel and media industries where she spent 15+ years in a variety of operational management roles at companies including Presidential Airways, The Discovery Channel and Summer Productions. A proponent for early childhood education, she worked for 5 years at Concord St. Andrews Cooperative Nursery School as an assistant teacher during the time she decided to stay at home and raise her family. An experienced medical advocate for family and friends who have suffered cancer and stroke, this path has led her into caregiver support and end of life care as well. She serves in volunteer positions with Sibley Integrative Medicine, Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) and Lucky Dog Animal Rescue. She and her husband reside in Bethesda and have two children currently attending college.
Christine Brooks Terrell has a background in advertising and marketing. While out of the corporate world over the last seventeen years, she has been devoted to raising her two boys and being an active member of her community. Christine and her husband, Jonathan, are committed to Children’s National Medical Center for which they are the chairs of the Children’s National’s Race for Every Child 2019 and 2020.
She managed the fundraising and media attention for Jonathan’s “Take the Risk Campaign” in 2018-2019, when he ran the World Marathon Challenge – seven marathons on seven continents in seven days – to raise awareness and funding for pediatric and adolescent mental health at Children’s National.
Christine is very involved at her children’s school, St. Albans, where she co-chaired the 2016 Christmas House Tour and was on the committee for the same for four consecutive years. She serves on the Strategic Planning Committee for the school for 2020. She has also served as vice-chair of the Bishop Walker School Annual Dinner for 2018 and 2019. As a board member of the Sulgrave Club, she chairs the Special Events Committee. Since 2013 Christine has been deeply committed to supporting FAIR Girls and its mission to end the evil of human trafficking.
Christine was born and grew up in Bombay, India. She has a BA in Commerce and Economics as well as an MBA. She moved to New York in 1994. It was in New York that she met and married her husband, Jonathan. Christine moved from Advertising and Marketing to Real Estate with the Corcoran Group. She was named Rookie of the Year and had a great few years with the Corcoran Group before moving to Washington, D.C.
Kami Quinn has broad experience recovering insurance proceeds for mass tort liability, directors’ and officers’ liability, financial fraud, and property damage and business interruption in complex, multi-party disputes. Kami also has advised many clients with respect to strategies for insurance recovery in asbestos-related bankruptcies.
Kami emphasizes the early evaluation and quantification of litigation risk and consensual resolutions whenever possible. She is adept at working with underlying products liability counsel, consultants and in-house lawyers and non-lawyers alike to achieve a streamlined approach to resolving her clients’ issues, including making full use of available technology. As a result, Kami is typically able to resolve cases without unnecessary litigation expense. Indeed, in many of her cases insurers have been persuaded to rescind coverage denials or resolve coverage claims without the need for expensive litigation.
Kami also regularly advises clients regarding their insurance position before disputes arise. She regularly evaluates complex insurance portfolios to assist clients in avoiding future disputes with carriers, obtain the best wording available at an appropriate price and to ensure that any coverage is consistent with the client’s understanding of the risk transferred. Kami also provides advice and counseling to a number of clients (typically potential transferors or transferees of insurance coverage) seeking to value disputed or potentially disputed insurance assets.
Secured hundreds of millions of dollars through settlement with insurance companies on behalf of various mass tort defendant companies.
Secured hundreds of millions of dollars through settlement with various insurance companies on behalf of bankruptcy trusts created for the benefit of personal injury claimants.
Advised a national non-profit organization with respect to recovery from insurers of amounts spent in the successful defense of the organization’s public education campaign.
Advised the successor to a Fortune 500 company concerning its global strategy for insurance recovery and litigation of certain insurer disputes.
Counsels asbestos creditor committees in bankruptcy cases with respect to securing CGL insurance coverage.
Advised and counseled a food products company concerning business interruption and property damage coverage available in connection with the recall of potentially contaminated products.
Advised a property developer with respect to recovery for tens of millions in alleged construction defects in hotel development.
Advises a residential housing association with respect to disputes arising under its coverage as well as with respect to placing coverage.
Kami has an active pro bono practice, which involves cases ranging from securing emergency potentially life-saving care for a breast cancer patient to working with the American Civil Liberties Union to secure a recovery for alleged police brutality. Kami has provided pro bono analysis of existing insurance coverage portfolios for a number of nonprofit organizations. She also has co-authored an amicus brief to the United States Supreme Court with other Gilbert LLP lawyers related to the Affordable Care Act.
2000 — J.D., University of Chicago Law School
1996 — B.A., Drake University
District of Columbia
Insurance Subcommittee of the ABA Business Bankruptcy Committee, Vice-Chair
Selected as a Washington, DC Rising Star (Super Lawyers), 2013-2015