Profiles in Diversity Journal Recognizes Jonathan Hughley with Inaugural Black Leaders Worth Watching Award

November 6, 2020
Profiles in Diversity Journal

Recognized for his outstanding leadership and commitment to excellence, Marshall, Gerstein & Borun LLP is pleased to announce Profiles in Diversity Journal has named Partner Jonathan Hughley as one of its inaugural Black Leaders Worth Watching award recipients. The first class of Black Leaders Worth Watching award recipients features 54 individuals who have demonstrated remarkable success in their career fields and who have dedicated themselves to mentor tomorrow’s leaders. Along with his fellow award recipients, Jonathan’s abilities, commitment, and achievements will be showcased in Profiles in Diversity Journal’s Fall 2020 issue that is set to debut in late November.

Throughout his career, Jonathan has established himself as a leader by going above-and-beyond in all aspects of his work and community service. Inventors and in-house counsel rely on Jonathan’s experience and insights to assist them in developing appropriate patent strategies. He routinely exceeds expectations in his service to his clients and colleagues, taking a thorough approach to each patent application he writes and client he represents.

In addition to his intellectual property practice, Jonathan serves on Marshall Gerstein’s Diversity & Inclusion Committee and Recruiting Committee, and prior to becoming a partner at the firm, he was the peer-elected chair of the firm’s Associates Committee. His leadership roles outside of the firm include serving as an Associate Board Member of The Chicago Committee for Advancing Minorities in Large Law Firms, an organization that seeks racial and ethnic diversity in the legal profession. Jonathan also frequently represents clients on a pro bono basis in conjunction with Chicago-area legal service providers.  

Profiles in Diversity Journal® is dedicated to promoting and advancing diversity and inclusion in the corporate, government, nonprofit, higher education, and military sectors. Since 1999, it has helped to stimulate organizational change by showcasing the visionary leadership, innovative programs, and committed individuals who are making it happen. See Profiles in Diversity Journal’s Black Leaders Worth Watching Press Release that features Jonathan on page 3.