Wali handles a variety of litigation and transactional matters in the areas of commercial law, intellectual property law, real estate condemnations and entertainment law.
Prior to law school, Wali served as a federal caseworker for the Office of U.S. Senator Thomas R. Carper, and was a former intern for the Attorneys General Office of Delaware.
During law school, Wali was a Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Law Fellow, a student attorney in the Rutgers Camden Children’s Justice Clinic, President of the Black Law Students’ Association, and Business Editor for the Rutgers Journal of Law and Public Policy. Wali was selected for the school’s competitive Mock Trial Team in 2011, and was also a Finalist and Best Oralist in the 2012 Rutgers Camden Law School Hunter Moot Court Competition. Wali spent time studying abroad in Cape Town, South Africa and Caen, France. Wali also served as an extern for the Honorable Karen Williams of the District Court of New Jersey.
Wali has a wide range of experience assisting organizations in volunteer and leadership capacities. Wali has organized large auctions benefiting students pursuing public interest law careers, as well as banquets supporting access to higher education for disadvantaged youth. He is a former co-chair and current board member of the Achievers Inc., a self- development and leadership training program for young men in Delaware. Wali is a former chairman of the Provincial Political Awareness Committee of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc., as well as a former board member for Mainstream Leadership LLC.
Jennifer McClure is an entrepreneur, international keynote speaker, leadership success coach, and former HR executive who works with business leaders to build careers that they love, and lives that matter.
As CEO of Unbridled Talent LLC, Jennifer is recognized as an influencer and expert on the future of work, innovative people strategies, and strategic leadership. She is a top-rated keynote speaker and trainer who has delivered high-impact programs to over 50,000 people in 9 countries, and on 4 continents. Jennifer has coached and mentored multiple leaders and executives in small, medium, and Fortune 100 companies, and understands what it takes to succeed in today’s rapidly changing world.
Jennifer is also the CEO & Chief Excitement Officer of DisruptHR LLC, an information exchange designed to energize, inform and empower HR leaders, business professionals, and community leaders who are interested in disruptive ideas, and moving the collective thinking forward when it comes to talent in the workplace. The DisruptHR global community includes events held in over 120 cities, and over 27 countries, which have produced over 1,800 informative, entertaining, and disruptive 5-minute talks that have been shared with the world.
Doneene Keemer Damo is the executive vice president of the firm and vice chair of the Corporate Trust and Agency Services group. She focuses her practice primarily on formation and operational issues relating to Delaware statutory and common law trusts in all types of commercial and business transactions, representing issuers, underwriters, investors, and trustees. Doneene also represents banks and trust companies in connection with their trust and agency services under Delaware and New York law in various commercial transactions, including their roles as trustee, collateral agent, custodian, master servicer, depository agent, and exchange agent.
Doneene’s varied corporate trust transactional practice includes asset- backed securities, including auto loans and leases, credit cards, student loans, residential mortgages, home equity loans, equipment leases, litigation settlements, insurance policies, and intellectual property; royalty trusts; liquidation trusts; and voting trusts. Doneene is also experienced in capital securities and hybrid capital securities; mutual funds, exchange traded funds, and private equity funds; and collateralized loan obligations, cross- border leasing transactions, project finance transactions, and defeasance transactions. In addition, Doneene represents health-care clients in all types of commercial and transactional matters, including the purchase and servicing of health-care receivables and the issuance of tax-exempt bonds.
Deborah Bagatta-Bowles currently serves as President and CEO of the YMCA of Delaware, a leading non-profit organization committed to strengthening community through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. She is not only the first woman to hold the President & CEO role in Delaware but she was also the first women to fill her three previous roles which include CEO of YMCA of Central and Northern Westchester, NY; Vice President for the West Side YMCA in New York City; and CEO of the YMCA of Middletown, NY. Deborah has been highly successful in advancing the Y cause in both urban and suburban settings through double digit membership growth, rebuilding community connections and trust, focused board development, all while restructuring debt and leading large annual and capital campaigns. Her passion is closely aligned with the Y Mission and Values as a place where people of all ages and backgrounds blend seamlessly, where different languages and cultures join together in the quest for a healthy life, and children and teenagers always have a safe place and caring adults.
Through her leadership, the Y of Delaware serves over 100,000 people each year and awards nearly $5.6 million dollars in financial assistance to its members and program participants.
They are the largest nonprofit provider of healthy living programs in the state, providing families and individuals of all ages and abilities with evidence-based programs, including Diabetes Prevention and Healthy Weight and Your Child. Their newest program, LIVESTRONG at the YMCA, assists those who are living with, through, or beyond cancer to regain strength, fitness and quality of life.
Deborah is dedicated to reducing summer learning loss and to closing the achievement gap - ensuring all children, regardless of their ability to pay, have access to quality after school care and summer day camp programs. In 2017, more than 16,500 youth were empowered through YMCA programs including After School Care, Preschool, Camp, Youth In Government, Black Achievers, Teen Leader Clubs, Counselors In Training and Summer Leadership Programs.
Deborah is described as a tough but fair leader who enjoys her work and does her best to include an element of fun. Because the work of the Y is so important to the entire state and our future, she continually challenges the staff and herself every day to seek new opportunities and to serve with excellence.
Deborah received her Bachelors and Masters degrees at Marist College in Poughkeepsie, New York. She lives with her husband in North Wilmington and has two adult daughters who were blessed to grow up surrounded by great role models in the YMCA.
Todd Bavol has built a company that specializes on the staffing industry niche of serving large, high-volume fulfilment facilities of leading online and traditional retailers.
Todd has guided Integrity’s growth at double-digit rates for every one of the 21 consecutive years since its founding in 1997. He takes pride in that fact that Integrity has helped hundreds of thousands of people find work throughout the U.S.
In 2017, Integrity’s national footprint grew to 110 client locations in 23 states and provided over 170,000 job opportunities for its associates at various client locations all over the country.
Integrity Staffing has been recognized by Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA) as the 11th largest light industrial staffing and talent engagement firm in the U.S., and currently has an overall market share of 2% of the entire U.S. Staffing Market.