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VMI and Greenspoon Marder Globally Expand Corporate, Corporate Governance, Investment and ESG Teams

New York, N.Y. – June 7, 2023 Value(s) Management and Investing (VMI) and Greenspoon Marder LLP are pleased to announce the expansion of their corporate, investment and ESG teams with the addition of Randi Morrison, Barbara Pomfret, Amanda Mayberry and Michelle Fleming.

Randi Morrison is joining VMI as executive vice president and joining Greenspoon Marder as a partner on August 1 from the Society for Corporate Governance, where she currently serves as senior vice president – communications, member engagement and general counsel. Her prior experience includes 20 years as in-house general counsel, corporate secretary, and in related roles with several publicly traded companies. Ms. Morrison has a bachelor’s and a juris doctorate from Washington University in St. Louis. She is a member of the Arizona and District of Columbia bars and is based in Hawaii. “I look forward to sharing my corporate governance, securities, regulatory, compliance, and corporate expertise with subscribers to our new Governance Today™ newsletters, as well as VMI and Greenspoon Marder clients,” Ms. Morrison said.

Barbara Pomfret, a leading expert in ESG ratings and investment analysis, is joining VMI as a consulting research analyst. She has previous experience as Managing Director, ESG at Joele Frank, as product manager, financial and ESG data and ESG analyst at Bloomberg in New York and London and Research Analyst at Allianz Global Investors. She has a bachelor’s from the University of Oxford and a master’s from Imperial College London and is based in Spain.

Amanda Mayberry has joined VMI as deputy director and has joined Greenspoon Marder as an associate. She has legal, regulatory, policy, and advocacy experience. She has a bachelor’s from the University of Washington and a juris doctorate from Seattle University. She is a member of the New York and Illinois bars and is based in New York.

Michelle Fleming has joined VMI as executive assistant to VMI’s President Sarah Teslik. Her past experience includes 12 years at the Council of Institutional Investors and 10 years at major law firms. She is based in Savannah, GA.

“The relationships between companies and their investors, employees, regulators, customers, suppliers, banks, insurers and communities are undergoing rapid and significant changes. We help companies and investors anticipate and manage these changes cost effectively to create opportunities and minimize risks,” said Ms. Teslik.

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