Firm President Tami Diehm was interviewed by the StarTribune to discuss what it means to her to serve as Winthrop & Weinstine’s first female president. She explained that promoting diversity and inclusion in the workplace, and promoting women within the legal profession are important factors for her. Tami sees individuality and diversity as one of the firm’s assets, and as the firm grows, she “embrace[s] the fact that [Winthrop & Weinstine has] a lot of different people with different backgrounds.”
Tami also talked with the StarTribune about how her experience on the Columbia Heights City Council prepared her to counsel clients with projects requiring multiple layers of approvals, such as Medtronic’s Cardiac Rhythm and Heart Failure Management campus in Mounds View.
“We work hard in representing our clients and we’re extremely creative when it comes to working through complex issues,” says Tami.
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