PHILADELPHIA- The law firm of Linebarger Goggan Blair & Sampson, LLC today announced that managing partner Sharon Humble has been accepted into the Forum of Executive Women (Forum), the region’s premier women’s leadership organization. Humble will bring her extensive experience as a 23-year veteran of one of the nation’s leading law firms specializing in the collection of government receivables.
Humble was accepted into the Forum of Executive Women, because she is a leader in her field with more than the required seven years of managerial experience, a demonstrated leadership track record in civic and community activities within the last five years, and leadership roles in diverse community activities and organizations outside of their profession.
Humble is the managing partner of Linebarger Goggan Blair & Sampson, LLP in Philadelphia which handles real estate tax collections, foreclosures and related issues. It is the largest law firm in the United States that dedicates its practice to collecting government receivables, having collected billions of delinquent tax dollars since 1976. With 37 years of experience, 45 offices and over 2,000 clients nationwide, Linebarger is one of the nation’s leading law firms in its field.
For more than a decade, Humble has been active in CREW (Commercial Real Estate Women) Philadelphia which provides members with opportunities to connect in all facets of commercial real estate. Humble has chaired the scholarship committee of the non-profit organization which raises money to provide scholarships for women pursuing careers in the real estate industry.
About the Forum of Executive Women
The Forum of Executive Women is a membership organization of over 400 women of influence in the Greater Philadelphia region, whose members hold top positions in every major segment of the community. The organization serves as the linchpin for a multitude of initiatives that have sparked critical conversations in executive suites, board rooms and public policy arenas. As the region's premier women's organization, the Forum of Executive Women actively works to promote its mission of leveraging the power of executive women in the Greater Philadelphia region to expand the impact and influence of women leaders.