Laurie Robinson Haden

To celebrate Diversity Awareness Month, Epstein Becker Green is hosting a cocktail buffet reception to celebrate Diversity Awareness Month and to honor Laurie Robinson Haden for her lifetime commitment to diversity. We are proud to present Mrs. Robinson Haden with our fourth annual “Make a Difference” Award. Mrs. Robinson Haden is the Senior Vice President and Assistant General Counsel of CBS Corporation and an executive of Corporate Counsel Women of Color.

Mrs. Robinson Haden has held several positions since joining CBS in 2002. She served as Director of Training and Development for CBS Broadcasting, Inc., and as Assistant General Counsel in the Labor and Employment Division before being promoted to Vice President. From there, she was appointed to Senior Vice President and Assistant General Counsel.

In addition to her role at CBS Corporation, Mrs. Robinson Haden is the Founder and CEO of Corporate Counsel Women of Color, a nonprofit professional organization, which she created in 2004 to advance women of color attorneys and to foster diversity in the legal profession. Under her leadership, the organization has grown from 30 members to more than 3,300 members over an 11-year period.

Her full bio can be found here.

About the Epstein Becker Green "Make a Difference" Award

Epstein Becker Green created the “Make a Difference” Award in 2013 as a way to acknowledge those who, through their outstanding commitment, dedication, and abilities, have made a difference in the advancement of diversity and inclusion. Past honorees include:

  • 2015 – William A. Keyes, IV, Founder and President, The Institute for Responsible Citizenship
  • 2014 – Kenneth G. Standard, Esq., General Counsel Emeritus and Of Counsel, Epstein Becker Green
  • 2013 – Shirley Ann Higuchi, Esq., Assistant Executive Director, American Psychological Association Legal and Regulatory Affairs; Chair, the Heart Mountain Wyoming Foundation; and Past President, District of Columbia Bar.

If you have questions regarding this event, please contact Amy Simmons at (202) 861-1811, or

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