WEST PALM BEACH, FL – Trustbridge is pleased to welcome Kristin Ahr, of counsel in Nelson Mullins Broad and Cassel’s West Palm Beach Office, to its Board of Directors. Ahr joins local industry leaders serving as director members.
Ahr has been practicing law in Florida for more than twenty years. At Nelson Mullins Broad and Cassel, her practice is focused on employment litigation and compliance, and commercial litigation. She serves as counsel to a broad range of clients, public and private, in both federal and state courts, as well as before administrative agencies, and alternative dispute resolution forums.
“My father is a retired oncologist who practiced medicine in Palm Beach County for 40 years. I am excited to join this organization to honor my father’s work, dedication and compassion and to honor the memory of the patients he cared for in his 40 years as a physician,” said Ahr.
A frequent writer and speaker on topics related to labor and employment, Ahr has given many presentations to clients and community organizations, including, for example, several on non-compete agreements, physician employment agreements and sexual harassment in the workplace. She is also well-versed to speak and advise on public American with Disabilities Act (ADA) accommodations.
“We welcome Kristin to our Board of Directors,” said Dave Fielding, President and CEO of Trustbridge. “A longtime local resident, Kristin is invested in our community and passionate about helping others. I’m confident that she is going to make an important and positive impact as a Director of Trustbridge.”
Ahr received her B.A. from Boston College, and graduated cum laude with her law degree from the University of Miami School of Law.
From hospice care to spiritual and emotional support, Trustbridge provides compassionate, professional health care for families facing any stage of life-limiting illness. Since 1978, our expert staff has cared for nearly 200,000 patients nearing end of life. As a non-profit, 501(c) (3) organization, we care for all who want and qualify for our services, regardless of ability to pay. We offer the physical, emotional and spiritual care that brings comfort and dignity to those with terminal illness and their loved ones. Our multi-cultural staff respects all religions and cultural traditions. For families who need emotional support, we offer grief support services including individual and group counseling. For more information, visit www.trustbridge.com.
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Communications & Events Specialist, Trustbridge