Seward & Kissel Women’s Initiative, Kudu Investment Management, and Truist Bank Host Women’s Sneaker Painting Class

March 25, 2024

As a creative way to celebrate Women’s History Month, Seward & Kissel Women’s Initiative, Kudu Investment Management, and Truist Bank hosted a women’s sneaker painting class on March 20th. The event was an opportunity for attendees to network and connect with women leaders across law and business, while capitalizing on their hidden artistic talents. The group worked with eMCee Kicks, an NYC-based lifestyle brand whose team of skilled and creative artists host immersive sneaker customization events. See below for some images from the event.

About S&K Women’s Initiative
The Seward & Kissel Women’s Initiative serves as a platform for issues relevant to female attorneys at the firm. The Initiative is committed to the advancement of female attorneys at the firm through promoting dialogue, fostering professional growth, and developing policy initiatives. The Women’s Initiative sponsors networking and professional development events to foster and connect women leaders across law and business and supports charitable and pro bono activities. The Women’s Initiative is headed by Danielle Lemberg and its Executive Committee Members include Lauri Goodwyn, Daphne Coelho-Adam, Jaimie Nawaday, and Kimberly Giampietro.

About Kudu Investment Management
Kudu provides long-term capital solutions—including generational ownership transfers, management buyouts, acquisition, and growth finance, as well as liquidity for legacy partners—to independent asset and wealth managers globally. Kudu was founded in 2015 and is partnered with White Mountains Insurance Group, Ltd., MassMutual/Barings and Martello Re. For more information, visit

About Truist
Truist is a purpose-driven financial services company, formed by the historic merger of equals of BB&T and SunTrust. Headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina, Truist serves clients in a number of high-growth markets in the country, offering a wide range of financial services. For more details on Truist, visit