Miami partner Aliette DelPozo Rodz has been selected as a Take a Walk in Her Shoes honoree for her outstanding and admired community leadership. Honorees were announced during the Chapman Partnership’s Reflecting Resilience Summit held on September 1, 2020, and will take center stage during an event scheduled for 2021.
Presented by Womanade, Take a Walk in Her Shoes has become vital to raising awareness of the services and programs that support the women and children who reside at Chapman Partnership. Chapman Partnership provides a comprehensive, holistic approach to homeless assistance by offering not just food and shelter, but also case management, medical and dental care, day care, job development and training, job placement, permanent housing assistance and other help from a variety of social services – all under one roof.
Womenade is made up of women from all walks of life who are committed to the mission of increasing awareness for Chapman Partnership. Funds generated through membership and events assist the women and children who reside at their facilities and are looking to rebuild their lives.
About Aliette DelPozo Rodz
Aliette DelPozo Rodz is a partner in the Miami office of Shutts & Bowen LLP, where she is a member of the Business Litigation Group and Chair of the Cuba Task Force and the firm’s Diversity Committee. She is Chair of the firm’s Focus on Women Group. Aliette serves as lead trial counsel for companies involved in disputes in state and federal courts, in arbitration and before administrative agencies. She handles all aspects of litigation including preliminary and permanent injunction hearings, evidentiary hearings, bench trials, arbitrations and jury trials. Outside of her practice, Aliette is dedicated to supporting women in business and numerous nonprofit organizations. She is a longtime supporter of The Commonwealth Institute for Women and Casa Valentina, as well as organizations such as Educate Tomorrow, which serves foster youth. She is a board member of the Ladies Empowerment and Action Program, Inc. (L.E.A.P.), a non-profit organization that empowers and educates women to make positive life changes transcending into the business community after prison. She served on the Executive Leadership Team of the American Heart and Stroke Association for more than seven years. Aliette served as Chair of the 11th Judicial Circuit's Florida Bar Grievance Committee, and was reengaged to continue her service on the Florida Bar Grievance Committee. Aliette is also over a decade-long board member of the Zoological Society of South Florida for the benefit of ZooMiami.