Minority Business Leader Awards

We are proud to announce Rebekah Brooker will be an honoree in the 2015 class of Minority Business Leader Awards by the Dallas Business Journal.  

Rebekah Brooker focuses her practice in estate planning and administration, probate matters, trust and asset protection planning, and probate litigation.  She is experienced in administering trusts and estates of decedents and counseling clients on estate planning, charitable planning and estate and trust management. Ms. Brooker is experienced in representing entities involved in actions based on tortious interference, breach of contract and breach of fiduciary duty.  Additionally, Ms. Brooker is also experienced in commercial and business litigation and matoil and gas matters. 

In addition to her practice, Rebekah is president-elect of the public service arm of the State Bar of Texas, Texas Young Lawyer Association in addition to serving on the Board of Directors for the State Bar of Texas.  While in this role, Rebekah has mentored young lawyers and students all over the state of Texas. Rebekah is also president of the non-profit Soul Harbor that assists alcoholics and addicts to get back on their feet and become productive individuals within society. 

Since 2008, the Dallas Business Journal has recognized minority business owners and corporate executives in innovative, successful, or fast-growing communities who have demonstrated strong leadership and philanthropic involvement. Previous honorees have included college presidents, retail executives, health care executives, lawyers,  IT company founders,  and educators.  Criteria for selection include professional accomplishments, community leadership, philanthropy, as well as awards and milestones in the past 12-18 months.  Nominations for the awards are reviewed by a panel of judges and this year they selected 22 trailblazers to be formally recognized at the Annual Minority Business Leader Awards Luncheon today at the Omni Hotel in Dallas, Texas.  Learn more about the awards here.  

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