Anna Sortun Joins Oregon Humanities Board of Directors
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Tonkon Torp litigation partner Anna Sortun has been elected to the Board of Directors of Oregon Humanities.
Oregon Humanities was established in 1971 and works to connect Oregonians to ideas that change lives and transform communities through programs such as Humanities in Perspective and The Conversation Project. In 2016, Tonkon Torp began hosting Conversation Project lunches for lawyers and staff as a way to engage in thoughtful dialogue about aspects of diversity. Tonkon Torp partner Jeff Cronn previously served on the board.
“The Conversation Project lunches have been impactful for me and for our firm. I was impressed with how the talented facilitators guided us through such nuanced conversation about important and timely topics in our community,” shared Sortun. “I’m proud to join the Oregon Humanities board and be a part of helping in the mission to bring people together and inspire understanding and collaborative change.”
Sortun is Co-Chair of Tonkon Torp’s Litigation Department. She has a wide-ranging commercial litigation practice that encompasses consumer protection matters, disputes between business owners, and complex tort cases. Sortun also has an active pro bono practice.
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