Tressler is proud to announce that Bicvan Brown and Cayla Whitley have been selected as 2022 Orange County Visionaries in the Los Angeles Times’ B2B Orange County Visionaries magazine. The magazine highlights a select number of professionals who have displayed exemplary leadership and achieved noteworthy accomplishments in the areas of banking and finance, commercial real estate, education and nonprofits, healthcare and professional services. Congratulations to Bicvan and Cayla!
OC Visionary Profile: Bicvan Brown
Bicvan Brown is an experienced employment attorney at Tressler LLP in Irvine. As chair of the firm’s national Labor and Employment Practice Group, Brown leads a large group of attorneys throughout the country. Aside from her work as a successful attorney, she is an active participant and leader of a wide range of local and national organizations. Brown is most known for her community activism for Asian Americans as a member of the Asian Business Association of Orange County, the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association and the Orange County Asian American Bar Association. As a proud Vietnamese American, she also serves on the Board of the Vietnamese American Bar Association of Southern California. In 2022, Brown was elected section leader of the Orange County Bar Association’s Labor & Employment Law Section, and she is chair of Tressler’s DE&I Committee, leading the firm’s diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives throughout the country. Click here to view Bicvan’s featured profile online.
OC Visionary Profile: Cayla Whitley
Cayla Whitley is an associate in Tressler’s Labor & Employment Practice Group in the firm’s Orange County office, where she is an active member of the national Diversity & Inclusion Committee. She primarily handles employment and litigation matters and provides management-side labor and employment litigation defense to a broad range of clients. Also, she always makes time to give back to others by actively volunteering with children. Since August 2021, Whitley has served as a “Big Sister” with the Orange County chapter of the Big Brothers Big Sisters of America (BBBSA) organization, working to create and support one-on-one mentoring relationships that ignite the power and promise of youth. She previously served as a counselor at a nonprofit summer camp called OVY Camp. Even while attending law school, Whitley received pro bono graduation honors for her various projects related to children. Click here to read Cayla’s featured profile online.
About the Los Angeles Times’ Orange County Visionaries Magazine:
In this first annual issue, the magazine takes a look at a variety of factors affecting the region’s business climate as well as shine a spotlight on several individuals who are making a significant impact in their respective fields. Learn more: www.latimes.com/ocb2b.
About Tressler LLP:
Headquartered in Chicago, with eight offices located in five states, Tressler LLP is a national law firm comprised primarily of attorneys who devote their practice to the representation of the insurance industry in coverage analysis and resolution, litigation, underwriting consultation, product development, claims management and reinsurance.
In addition, Tressler has one of the most experienced and multi-faceted government law practices in Illinois, and has attorneys who represent clients in commercial litigation, defense litigation, corporate transactions, employment law and litigation, intellectual property and condominium and common interest community association law.
For more information, please visit www.tresslerllp.com.