1 Program with Charlotte Fishman Starting with "B"
Charlotte Fishman is a San Francisco attorney with over 25 years of experience handling plaintiff-side employment discrimination cases in government, private practice, and non-profit settings. In 2005 she founded Pick Up the Pace, a legal advocacy and public policy organization dedicated to overcoming barriers to women’s advancement in the workplace. In support of that mission, Ms. Fishman writes and speaks to a wide audience on cutting edge employment issues, including stereotype and cognitive bias. Her work has appeared in the San Francisco Chronicle, Common Dreams, Women’s E-News, Academe, Inside Higher Ed, Women in Higher Ed, Mothers Movement Online, Workplace Fairness, and The San Francisco and Los Angeles Daily Journal among others. She has written amicus curiae briefs on behalf of NELA, CELA, and national civil rights organizations in significant employment discrimination cases before the United States and California Supreme Courts including, Burlington Northern v. White, AT&T v. Hulteen, Yanowitz v. L’Oreal, and Reid v. Google. Ms. Fishman obtained her B.A. cum laude and with honors in sociology from Barnard College in 1968 and her J.D. cum laude from Harvard Law School in 1979. She is currently a member of NELA’s Executive Board and the National Litigation Strategy Project Task Force of The Employee Rights Advocacy Institute for Law & Policy.