Emmanuel Sheppard & Condon Associate accepted to Leadership Pensacola Class of 2021
Michelle Olliff, an associate attorney at the Gulf Coast law firm of Emmanuel Sheppard & Condon, has been accepted into the Leadership Pensacola (LeaP) Class of 2021. Participants are carefully selected for their professional achievements, community commitment, leadership ability and future potential. Founded in the Fall of 1982, LeaP is a 10-month-long program designed to identify, foster, and inspire current and emerging leaders to gain an understanding of the issues facing the Greater Pensacola area and develop the leadership skills necessary to address them.
Each year, the LeaP Selection Committee seeks a cross-section of the community made up of individuals from different career, educational, political, social, and cultural backgrounds. Participants accepted into LeaP are involved in a combination of retreats, day-long seminars, and at least one community project for which the class uses its resources and talents to enhance the Greater Pensacola region.
“It’s quite an honor to be selected to this year’s Leadership Pensacola Class,” said Olliff. “I’m looking forward to the additional education and working with the Class of 2021 to improve our community through the class project.” Leadership Pensacola was created by the Pensacola Chamber of Commerce, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to drive economic prosperity and enhance the quality of life in Greater Pensacola.
Olliff, a graduate of the University of Florida, joined Emmanuel Sheppard & Condon in September 2017. Since joining our firm, Olliff's practice areas focus on real estate and commercial transactions and litigation, as well as community association work. Olliff is a licensed Title Agent for Old Republic National Title Insurance Company, Fidelity National Title Insurance Company, Chicago Title Insurance Company, and Commonwealth Land Title Insurance Company. Olliff is actively engaged in the community, serving as legal counsel and a member of the board of directors for Keep Pensacola Beautiful, the Vice President for the Northwest Florida Association for Women Lawyers, a member of the Young Lawyer's Division and the Escambia Santa Rosa Bar Association, and a member of the Membership Development Committee for the Junior League of Pensacola.
Emmanuel Sheppard & Condon is a full-service law firm in the Florida panhandle with offices in Pensacola, South Walton County, Pace and Perdido Key. The firm boasts a wide variety of practice areas for both businesses and individuals.
Businesses rely on the 100-year-old firm for experience in such areas as construction law, real estate law, employment law and more. In addition, the firm offers a large “people practice,” providing individuals with one trusted name for car accident injuries, social security disability issues, family law, criminal law and more.
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Emmanuel Sheppard & Condon
30 South Spring Street
Pensacola, FL 32502