Shilpa Jadwani is the Owner & Managing Attorney at One Path Legal with its head offices in Alpharetta, Georgia. Originally from New Jersey, she graduated from Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School in 2012. Ms. Jadwani holds the CALI for Excellence Award in Immigration Law, Attorney of the Year Georgia from Corporate America Magazine, Super Lawyer’s Rising Star Award, Top Attorneys of North America Recipient and Top Women Attorneys Recipient to name a few.
In addition to her Juris Doctorate, Shilpa also has a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Seton Hall University and a Certificate in Paralegal Studies for Farleigh Dickinson University. Ms. Jadwani specializes in all areas of Immigration Law including employment-based classifications, family-based applications and victim-based petitions. The Firm also handles Family Law & Business Law Matters.
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Nicole File is the Control Room Editor at CNN, responsible for “the last line of defense” for CNN’s on-air broadcasts. A four-time Peabody Award winner and an Emmy nominee and judge, Nicole has over 20 years’ experience crafting CNN’s breaking news and is a highly esteemed editorial trainer and mentor at the company’s world headquarters.
Nicole has extensive experience in volunteering, fundraising, organizing and logistics in the nonprofit sector. An expert on human trafficking and slavery, she has coordinated nationally and internationally broadcast segments on those issues and has extensively researched risk factors including poverty and homelessness. She has conducted groundbreaking research into child sex trafficking, and has worked and gathered information on the ground in India, Guatemala and the U.S. She maintains relationships with philanthropists and nonprofits in multiple countries.
Her experience gives her valuable expertise in building relationships with those traumatized by extreme stress or abuse, as well as an understanding of the holistic challenges many such people face. She was a leader in a campaign that raised $30 million in 100 days for Sweet Briar College, and organized medical and relief flights to Haiti after the 2010 earthquake — totaling more than a dozen specialized surgeons and nurses and more than two tons of equipment and supplies, in less than 36 hours.
As Softer Streets’ co-founder, Nicole helped expand the organization to seven states and raise just under $50,000 in its first year, with 87% of the funds being used directly to help our clients.
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Karen Cramer is the Vice President of Community Impact at TechBridge. TechBridge is a national nonprofit with a vision of poverty alleviation through collective action. Karen is passionate about data sharing and building data collaboratives across the broader nonprofit community that allow for the better coordination of services and the matching of service demand and capacity to improve community outcomes.
TechBridge is a national nonprofit that breaks the cycle of generational poverty through the innovative use of technology to transform nonprofit and community impact. TechBridge improves the capacity of front-line nonprofits and service providers to share data and coordinate care with other providers, funders, and cross sector organizations. This allows for the more efficient allocation of resources and funding to the combination of programs and services most effective in moving residents out of poverty.
Karen’s 18 years of nonprofit professional experience have been focused on performance measurement, program evaluation, program development, and grants management. She is a proud co-founder of Helping Mamas, the metro Atlanta baby supplies bank and winner of United Way of Greater Atlanta’s spark prize.
Karen received her master of science in social work degree from the University of Texas at Austin and serves a peer reviewer for the Council on Accreditation.
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Grace Hayden is dedicated to building comprehensive wealth management strategies to suit each of her clients’ financial paths. By establishing and maintaining good relationships with her clients, Grace is able to set up her clients’ accounts based on their needs, goals, and objectives.
In addition to being a familiar face around Atlanta Planning Group, after obtaining two bachelor’s degrees in Economics from the University of Venice – Ca’ Foscari and Georgia State University, Grace went on to work for some of the most well-known names in the financial industry, including Jackson National and Invesco, a global asset manager headquartered in Atlanta.
In Grace’s spare time she enjoys hiking, rock climbing, traveling and exploring Atlanta’s culinary scene.