Thursday, December 1, 2022

Larry Sonsini Named to CWF Board of Trustees

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WILLIAMSBURG-A new member of The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation Board of Trustees has been elected. Attorney Larry W. Sonsini was recently elected to the Board of Trustees. He is the senior and founding partner of Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati in Palo Alto, CA.

“Larry is among the world’s leaders both in law and institutional governance, and his guidance will be invaluable to Colonial Williamsburg as we approach the foundation’s centennial and the nation’s 250th anniversary in 2026,” Carly Fiorina, chair of the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation Board of Trustees, said in a release.

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