Parmenter Law forms 2021 Partnership with Muskegon Young Black Professionals
(Muskegon, MI – March 2, 2021) – Parmenter Law, based in Muskegon, has made it an integral part of their business culture to support their local community through a variety of partnerships. Each year, the firm partners with a local non-profit organization by supporting them financially and with hands-on project participation. Parmenter is pleased to announce that Muskegon Young Black Professionals will be their 2021 community partner.
“We are excited to have the opportunity to partner with Muskegon Young Black Professionals. Their work in supporting local black professionals of all areas is important for our community’s wellbeing and growth. We look forward to continuing to watch this organization grow and we are honored to partner with them this year.” – Anna Urick Duggins – Partner at Parmenter Law
About Muskegon Young Black Professionals – Muskegon Young Black Professionals is a networking group committed to strengthening the community by providing social outlets and professional development opportunities for black professionals of Muskegon. Founded in 2017 by Jocelyn Hines, the group strives to uplift, support, and help connect peers in the professional community. With members from 18 to 45 years old, MYBP joins people and businesses of all areas and experience.
“We are excited to be in partnership with Parmenter Law. It feels great to be recognized by prominent organizations like Parmenter Law who see a need and value to support black professionals. We cannot wait to see how this partnership helps black professionals in Muskegon County.” – Jocelyn Hines – Founder of MYBP