Shutts & Bowen LLP is pleased to announce that Orlando partner Sarah Donini Rodriguez has been showcased as the 2019 Spotlight on Flex professional for the month of September. According to the Alliance, Spotlight on Flex showcases professionals who “exemplify personal and professional success while working a flexible schedule.”
Illustrating the long-term benefits that flexible schedules offer to both individuals and organizations, Sarah was selected for the Spotlight on Flex spotlight thanks to her professional success while participating in Shutts’ schedule flexibility program. She is a partner in the Orlando office and mother to a five-year-old, a three-year-old and newborn twins. In the spotlight piece, Sarah shares her insights on making flexibility a priority and achieving success with her schedule, how the firm contributes to her success and how flexibility has made her career more sustainable.
The Diversity & Flexibility Alliance is a think tank that collaborates with organizations to develop non-stigmatized flexible work policies that promote inclusive work cultures and help to advance more women into leadership positions. The Alliance provides practical research-based solutions, training workshops, and strategic advisory services that increase organizational effectiveness through diversity and flexibility.
To read Sarah’s Spotlight on Flex piece, click here.
About Sarah Donini Rodriguez
Sarah Donini Rodriguez is a Partner in the Orlando office of Shutts & Bowen LLP, where she is a member of the Construction Litigation Practice Group. Sarah’s experience includes representing clients in construction litigation, construction contract preparation and commercial litigation. Most recently she was recognized as a 2019 ‘Rising Star’ in Construction Litigation by Florida Super Lawyers. Sarah received her J.D. from Florida State University College of Law, magna cum laude, where she was a member of the Florida State Law Review, Florida State Moot Court Team, and was recognized for receiving the highest grade in Torts, Criminal Law, and Alternative Dispute Resolution. Sarah was an adjunct professor at St. Petersburg College and Barry University College of Law, where she taught courses on Torts, Corporate Law and Business Organizations. She has also presented to audiences on construction lien law in Florida.