February 18, 2019
The Jefferson Awards Foundation in South Carolina has chosen Greenville of counsel Winston Marosek as a 2019 Change Maker, an honor that was inaugurated last year. Marosek, who began her involvement with the program in early February, is the second attorney from Nelson Mullins to receive the honor.
The Change Makers are chosen for their demonstrated commitment to service and advancement in the Upstate. They will fundraise individually and collectively for the Jefferson Awards Foundation's leadership development program Students in Action, which provides high schoolers with pertinent skills for their education and careers. The award winners will also participate in service, community, and networking activities each month with the goal of inspiring young people to follow their lead. The Jefferson Awards Foundation, which was founded in 1972 by Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Robert Taft, Jr., and Sam Beard, recognizes and inspires others to volunteer and serve in their communities.
Marosek practices family law and was recognized as a Legal Elite in this area by Greenville Business Magazine in 2018. She is deeply involved in the Firm's and her community's philanthropic efforts. She is a member of Greenville Women Giving, serving on its Grants Committee in 2018, and has served on the Women's Advisory Council for Greenville Health System since 2014. At the Firm, Marosek is a member of the Pro Bono Committee. In that role, she implemented the Firm’s Wills for Heroes program in the Greenville office, spearheading six events in which more than 500 wills and powers of attorney were prepared for first response personnel in the Greenville community.
Established in 1897, Nelson Mullins has more than 785 attorneys and government relations professionals with offices in 11 states and Washington, D.C. For more information on the firm, go to www.nelsonmullins.com.
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