Lightfoot Senior Counsel and Director of Community Relations and Engagement Liz Huntley honored as “Alabama Female Firsts” recipient by Stillman College
November 17, 2021
Lightfoot Senior Counsel and Director of Community Relations and Engagement Liz Huntley has been named a 2021 “Alabama Female Firsts” recipient by Stillman College. Created in 2017 by Stillman President, Dr. Cynthia Warrick, the honor highlights a select group of Alabama women with distinguished leadership who serve as trailblazers in their community.
Huntley was one of 15 inductees for the 2021 class of “Alabama Female Firsts.” Among other recipients was the late Vivian Malone Jones, notable civil rights activist and the first African-American to graduate from the University of Alabama.
“As the first female president of Stillman College, it is important to recognize the numerous women leaders in our community and in Alabama who’ve made significant accomplishments,” Warrick commented. “These women have had huge careers in various trailblazing sectors – higher education, law, politics, business and law enforcement – and deserve this recognition.” Read the full article here.
Beyond her Litigation practice, Liz Huntley is continually recognized for her service and leadership. Most notably, Liz is the co-founder and president of The Hope Institute, which partners with Samford University’s Orlean Beeson School of Education to provide educational resources, mentors and opportunities to students of all ages across Alabama. Both an Auburn University graduate and University of Alabama Law School alumna, Liz serves her alma maters by serving on the Auburn University Board of Trustees and University of Alabama School of Law Board of Governors. She has recently been recognized by both the Women’s Fund of Greater Birmingham and the Birmingham Business Journal for her work.