Left to right: Lauderdale Lakes Commissioner Sandra Davey; Mayor Hazelle Rogers; Commissioner Beverly Williams; Vice Mayor Veronica Edwards Phillips; and Becker & Poliakoff shareholder and state lobbyist Yolanda Cash Jackson.


Staff Report

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Becker & Poliakoff shareholder and state lobbyist Yolanda Cash Jackson hosted the semiannual “Sister to Sister” luncheon at the firm’s Fort Lauderdale office last Thursday, June 22.

The event is part of the “Sister to Sister” city/state networking group designed to celebrate and connect African American women in business and politics.

The luncheon was attended by the Lauderdale Lakes commission, which is comprised entirely of African American women including: Mayor Hazelle P. Rogers, Vice Mayor Veronica Edwards Phillips, and commissioners Sandra Davey, Gloria Lewis and Beverly Williams.

“As part of the firm’s commitment to supporting the advancement of African American women in politics and business while advocating for the interests of underrepresented communities throughout Florida, I am honored to host the ‘Sister to Sister’ luncheon,” Jackson said.

Becker & Poliakoff, with headquarters in Fort Lauderdale, is a multi-practice commercial law firm with more than 150 attorneys, lobbyists and other professionals. More information is available at www.bplegal.com.