Miller Nash LLP partner, Naomi Haslitt, was elected to the Oregon Business & Industry (OBI) Board of Directors. OBI was formed in 2017 with the merger of Associated Oregon Industries and the Oregon Business Association (OBA), becoming Oregon’s largest and most effective business advocacy group. OBI advocates for its members through policy development, and works to ensure that the Oregon business community plays a role in policy discussions. OBI members include small and large businesses, representing nearly every industry, and employ more than 250,000 Oregonians.
“Miller Nash is a longtime supporter of OBI and its work in strengthening Oregon’s economy through supporting Oregon businesses,” said Kieran Curley, Miller Nash Managing Partner. “We congratulate Naomi on joining the OBI board and recognize fellow partner, Dennis Rawlinson, for his years of board service to OBI and its predecessor OBA.”
To learn more, visit oregonbusinessindustry.com.
About Naomi Haslitt
Naomi advises and defends public and private employers in all areas of employment and labor law. She supports organizations in developing compliance- and governance-related employment policies and practices, including federal and state regulatory compliance, and handling employment issues arising in complex business transactions. Naomi also has extensive experience in advising public and private higher education institutions and public school districts on issues relating to employment, accommodation under state and federal law, students, and other federal and state compliance. Naomi is a member of Willamette University’s College of Law Leadership Cabinet, a past board member of Open School, and previously served on the Oregon Leadership Committee for the Women on Boards Global and Local Conversations on Board Diversity. Naomi received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Montana before earning her law degree at Willamette University College of Law.