Quick Results
Press Releases

Baker Donelson's Colleen Jarrott Selected to Serve on Board of Directors of Electric Girls

Share

Colleen C. Jarrott of the law firm of Baker Donelson has been elected to the Board of Directors of Electric Girls, an organization focused on building girls' confidence and capabilities by engaging them in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) programs.

Of counsel in Baker Donelson's New Orleans office, Ms. Jarrott concentrates her practice in civil litigation and regulatory matters concerning oil and gas law in Louisiana. She serves as counsel to independent and major oil and gas companies in various types of litigation and transactions, as well as before various regulatory bodies in Louisiana. Ms. Jarrott also provides counsel to industry trade associations and oil and gas companies concerning environmental and energy law and policy.

Ms. Jarrott is past president and a founding board member of the Women's Energy Network, South Louisiana Chapter, and is a member of the Women's Energy Network National Board of Directors as Programs Director. She also serves as chair of the Oil & Gas Committee of the New Orleans Bar Association, and is a Fellow of the Louisiana Bar Foundation. A graduate of the Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law, Ms. Jarrott has been recognized in Louisiana Super Lawyers and was named to the CityBusiness 2019 Leadership in Law class.

Electric Girls was founded in 2015 by Flor Serna to develop leadership skills in young girls through their learning of electronics and computer programming skills. Electric Girls has served hundreds of girls in the greater New Orleans area through summer camps, after school partnerships, weekend programs, in-school programs, and one-day workshops, and has expanded to multiple New Orleans schools and age ranges.

News Contact

 
Johanna Burkett
T: 901.577.2201
  Email Professional

Related Professional

Related Industries

Email Disclaimer

NOTICE: The mailing of this email is not intended to create, and receipt of it does not constitute an attorney-client relationship. Anything that you send to anyone at our Firm will not be confidential or privileged unless we have agreed to represent you. If you send this email, you confirm that you have read and understand this notice.
Cancel Accept