Alison Helland Named as One of BRAVA Magazine’s 2019 Women to Watch

Attorney Alison Helland has been named as one of BRAVA Magazine’s 2019 Women to Watch. BRAVA Magazine recognized a group of women to pay attention to in 2019 who are committed to equity, and helping those who are underrepresented rise up and succeed in society.

Alison’s involvement in the Madison Public Market and its MarketReady Program is one of the main reasons she received this acknowledgement. Alison will be serving as a mentor to underrepresented entrepreneurs throughout this program, providing them with resources and support they’ll need to be successful once the market opens.

“It should be our goal as successful professionals to really pave the way for the next generation,” says Alison Helland, an attorney at Boardman Clark whose practice focuses mainly on business matters. “You can only do so much on your own, and sometimes it really helps to have somebody facilitate your involvement at that next level."

Read BRAVA’s full profile on Alison here.

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