Women Who Lead

Promoting educational, networking and mentoring opportunities for women in technology.

Women Who Lead Community

ILTA’s Women Who Lead mission is to empower women to advance to, and succeed in, technology leadership positions within law firms, corporate legal departments and technology providers serving the ILTA community. It works to promote educational, networking and mentoring opportunities and encourages open, on-going discussions about topics affecting women in technology workplaces. The Community is open to all who foster women in leadership.

Education & Resources

ILTA hosts virtual, in-person (when allowed), and conference-based educational and professional development sessions, open to all in the legal technology community. Additionally, ILTA’s quarterly magazine, Peer to Peer, features articles and podcasts about the Women Who Lead, and publishes unique stories and case studies from the workplace. Check out the amazing content below.

Featured Content

De-Coding Your Future - Life Lessons From a CIA Officer (a.k.a. Spy)

Ever wonder how to advance your career when you are on a less traditional path? Want to be motivated to step outside your comfort zone and reach new heights? Hear how to de-code leadership and career progression through the eyes of a woman who has navigated very non-traditional waters. Melissa Boyle Mahle is a female, former CIA officer (spy), co-founder of Spy Girls Press and author of "Denial and Deception: An Insider's View of the CIA" shares her declassified career advancement and her work in the Middle East, Asia and Africa, where females weren't commonly found in leadership roles.

Networking & Collaboration

ILTA’s Women Who Lead group comes together to network and collaborate on topics specific to working in the business of law. Visit this page to view upcoming gatherings.

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Featured Events

29 April - 1 May 2024
Charlotte, NC

11-15 August 2024
Nashville, TN

13-14 November 2024
London, GB

Women Who Lead Advisory Committee

Promoting educational, networking and mentoring opportunities for women in technology.


Karen Campbell


Foley Hoag LLP

Julia Montgomery

Senior Director of Solution Adoption


Drea Webster

Associate Director of Legal Innovation and Operations

Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corp

Kelley Kage

SVP & Chief Information Officer

Employers Insurance

Committee Members

LaToya Deese-Richardson

Application Analyst

Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher

Tiffany McLean

Training Manager

Warner Norcross + Judd LLP

Nicole Monroe

Chief Information Officer

Parker Hudson Rainer & Dobbs LLP

Tiffany Montgomery

Director of Human Resources

Saul Ewing LLP

Melanie Prevost

Senior Director of Infrastructure and Technical Support Services

Vinson & Elkins, L.L.P.

Mary Nehring

Manager, Solutions Engineering


Beverley Seche

IT Manager

Stark & Stark

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getting started guide

Once your organization is a member of ILTA, anyone on your team can create an ILTA Login and start accessing ILTA resources too. All your colleague needs to do is click the “Sign In/Register” button, select the “Create an Online Account” button, and use their organization-affiliated email address to create their login.