As written by Jana S. Pail and Abagale Steidl in the ACBA Lawyers Journal on February 12, 2021.
A message from the Bankruptcy and Commercial Law Section chair as written by Abagale Steidl in the ACBA Lawyers Journal on March 25, 2022
Holden Frye rushed home after a day of school in December 2019 with two major announcements: He knew exactly the charity his family should choose for their annual Christmastime donation, and he was going to write a book.
Both thoughts stemmed from an assembly given at his school, Mt. Lebanon’s Hoover Elementary, earlier in the day.
The students got a visit from Kimberly Resh, founder and director of programs for the statewide organization Mikayla’s Voice, and her message of inclusivity, especially as it relates to children.
She read a book to introduce them to the nonprofit’s namesake, a young woman with a severe brain injury. And she spoke about the organization’s logo, a ladybug with one yellow spot, a symbol of the differences we all have to vary degrees.