Being a part of the local community and giving back is a role that many businesses take pride in, and we have a number of team members that remain very active in politics and philanthropy around Louisiana. Our guest today fits that bill.

Jennifer Greene is a well-known and prominent attorney at Scott Vicknair, and she takes a great interest in local politics and the impact it has on our community. In this episode, Jenny discusses the value of transparency in politics, the role of trust, and how to navigate the complexities of politicians and their promises. She emphasizes the importance of looking at a candidate’s voting record and their involvement in community work to gauge their commitment to the cause. The conversation also covers the challenges of changing one’s opinions in politics and how emotional intelligence plays a vital role in good leadership. Jenny offers her thoughts on what makes an ideal elected official and the significance of flexibility in representing the people.

Here’s some of what we discuss in this episode:

0:26 – Hot Topic: Why tech leaders are worried about AI system developments

7:00 – Hot Topic: Updating the legality of the New Orleans Mayor recall effort

17:34 – Welcome in our guest, Jennifer Greene

20:03 – The role her father played in success as a lawyer

24:00 – The importance of philanthropy and giving back to the community

32:08 – The reason she stays so involved in local politics

35:48 – Biggest lessons she’s learned from being involved in politics

44:21 – What is Jenny’s superpower?