Keira McNett has returned to the Employment Justice Center as Acting Executive Director after Barbra Kavanaugh stepped down earlier this month after four years at EJC. McNett has been involved with the EJC in various capacities for more than 10 years, first as a intake volunteer while in law school, later as an advising attorney, and then as a staff attorney. Previously an associate at Murphy Anderson PLLC, where she represented unions and plaintiffs in employment law and employee benefits cases, McNett most recently was the Co-Director of First Shift Justice Project. The EJC credited Kavanaugh’s leadership for a number of victories in recent years, including passage of the Wage Theft Prevention Amendment Act of 2014, one of the strongest wage theft prevention laws in the nation.
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