Annie Amaral Recognized as Young Leader by Comstock’s Magazine
March 10, 2017
Downey Brand litigation partner Annie Amaral was recently named a 2017 Young Leader by Comstock’s Magazine. Amaral is one of 12 young professionals profiled in the March cover story, “Today’s Visionaries, Tomorrow’s Vision,” by Sena Christian. This is the fourth year that Comstock’s has recognized a group of accomplished, diverse, and forward-thinking professionals as Young Leaders.
Amaral has more than 12 years of experience representing clients in complex business litigation disputes. Her clients include banks and financial institutions, industrial and land use companies, retail distributors, and solo entrepreneurs. Amaral lends her time and expertise to mentor other women professionals, serving as a panelist in the upcoming Sacramento Women in Leadership Forum and the Sacramento Business Journal Bizwomen Mentoring Monday. She is a member of the Sacramento Metro Chamber of Commerce Leadership Sacramento, Class of 2017 and currently serves on the Board of Junior Achievement of Sacramento.
Amaral joins an outstanding group of Young Leaders who share their unique stories to shape and inspire generations to come:
- Michael Bosworth, CEO, Next Generation Foods
- Michelle Cross, Cultural Resources Practice Lead, Stantec
- Raphael Delgado, Artist, Raphael Delgado Art Studio
- Patrick Harbison, Owner, Patrick Harbison Public Relations
- Chantel Johnson, Community Engagement Representative, SMUD
- Lange Luntao, Board Trustee, Stockton Unified School District; Early College Educator in Sociology, Aspire Langston Hughes Academy
- Kindra Montgomery-Block, Program Officer, Sierra Health Foundation
- Cynthia Moreno, Capitol Correspondent, Vida en el ValleElena Ruiz, Manager of Engagement, Greater Sacramento Economic Council
- Michael Tubbs, Mayor of Stockton
- Rachel Zillner, Assistant VP of Community Banking, SAFE Credit Union