Dinsmore’s Bond-Lewis Joins Metropolitan Club’s Roebling Society
Dinsmore Partner of Counsel Alicia Bond-Lewis is among 28 young leaders selected for membership in the Metropolitan Club’s inaugural Roebling Society.
The group’s members come from a variety of sectors, including health care, media, business and nonprofit and were invited to participate in the Roebling Society based on their leadership and contribution in the greater Cincinnati region. Founded in 1991, the Metropolitan Club’s charitable mission is to return its profits to the community. More than $1.5 million has been donated to non-profit organizations through the club’s Metropolitan Award Dinner and other activities.
A member of Dinsmore’s commercial litigation practice group, Bond-Lewis represents banks, mortgage lenders, loan servicers and other financial entities in federal and state courts throughout the United States. She has served as the prosecutor for the City of Blue Ash and the Village of Silverton and is a member of the firm’s recruiting committee, as well as co-chair of its minority attorney affinity group. She is on the board of directors for YWCA of Greater Cincinnati, Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati, the Federal Bar Association (Cincinnati/N. Kentucky Chapter) and active with numerous other civic groups.