June Inderwies Named One of Profiles in Diversity Journal’s “Women Worth Watching” for 2022
September 21, 2022
June M. Inderwies, Executive Director and Chief Operating Officer of Gibbons P.C., has been named in Profiles in Diversity Journal’s “Women Worth Watching in Leadership” edition for 2022, which recognizes dynamic women who are using their talents and influence to enhance their workplaces.
Ms. Inderwies joins Gibbons attorneys Christine A. Amalfe, Kim M. Catullo, Jennifer A. Hradil, Susan L. Nardone, Camille V. Otero, Jennifer Phillips Smith, Natasha Songonuga, and Kristin D. Sostowski, all past “Women Worth Watching” honorees. On the 2022 list, she also joins women executives from Fortune 100 companies, Am Law 200 law firms, and numerous other corporations across a wide range of industries.
“As we begin our third decade honoring Women Worth Watching, we continue to take pride in our successful collaboration with organizations, large and small, who value diversity and inclusion,” said Profiles in Diversity Journal Publisher James Rector. “It is through our relationships with these committed organizations that we are able to discover these Women Worth Watching, and honor them with this annual Award. We hope this award will serve to further energize and inspire today’s extraordinary recipients, and the many outstanding women who will become tomorrow’s leaders.”
“June has been an integral member of the Gibbons team for over two decades, so it’s no surprise that she has been recognized as an example of an inspiring female leader,” remarked Gibbons Managing Director Peter J. Torcicollo. “We congratulate her on this incredibly well-deserved honor.”
“We are extremely proud of what June has achieved during her tenure at Gibbons,” added Patrick C. Dunican Jr., the firm’s Executive Chairperson. “She has guided Gibbons through tremendous growth and has played a vital role in structuring the firm’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, helping to implement workplace policies to ensure our employees’ health and safety while they continue to provide our clients with top-tier service.”
Ms. Inderwies holds the highest non-attorney position at Gibbons and is responsible for both facilities operation and personnel management for approximately 300 employees in eight offices spanning five states and Washington, DC. She oversees the firm’s daily operations and drafts policy to ensure Gibbons is able to respond to the changing external forces that any dynamic organization regularly faces.
By the time she was named Executive Director, Ms. Inderwies had worked for Gibbons for more than 20 years, beginning as a paralegal and rising through the ranks. Most notably in her various leadership roles, she has supervised at least 13 significant office openings and/or relocations, including new, state-of-the-art headquarters – massive undertakings that have entailed identifying, negotiating, and designing optimum office space and utilizing effective cost-saving strategies. In recognition of her professional achievements, Ms. Inderwies has been named one of NJBIZ’s “Best 50 Women in Business” and received the Executive Women of New Jersey’s “Salute to the Policy Makers” Award.
About Profiles in Diversity Journal
Profiles in Diversity Journal is a quarterly publication dedicated to promoting and advancing diversity and inclusion in the corporate, government, nonprofit, STEM, and higher education sectors. Since 1999, Diversity Journal has helped stimulate organizational change by profiling the visionary leadership, innovative programs, and individual commitments that make it happen.
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A description of the selection process methodology for the awards referenced is available at gibbonslaw.com/awards/.