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Delaware Today magazine Women in Business: Doneene Keemer Damon is chair of the diversity committee at Richards Layton & Finger

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Though her personal practice is centered on business and commercial trusts, Doneene Keemer Damon has always wanted to increase the number of women and minorities with meaningful law practices in Delaware. As chair of the diversity committee at Richards Layton & Finger—the largest firm in the state—she hopes to continue such efforts for the firm, where she has been director since 1999, and overall. A trustee for the Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law and a YWCA Trailblazer Award winner, she is well-positioned to continue her success. “I have been blessed in my career that my practice has grown with my clients over the years and that by providing great service and adding value, I have established wonderful working relationships that continue to grow,” she says. “I would hope that this trend continues and that the next big thing on my horizon is still an unknown.”

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