Charity Kenyon '77 Interviewed by Sacramento Bee
Charity Kenyon '77 was interviewed by the Sacramento Bee for an article focusing on her role as a Slow Food USA governor. Kenyon represents California's Central Valley as part of the Slow Food organization, which seeks to promote healthful eating and sustainable farming.
Kenyon has enjoyed a long and distinguished career as a litigator specializing in First Amendment, appellate, environmental, and land-use law. She has achieved nationwide recognition for her work on behalf of media including the Sacramento Bee, and has won numerous honors, including the American Inns of Court Professionalism Award for the Ninth Circuit in 2007 and the Sacramento County Bar Association's 2003 Distinguished Attorney award. She is a frequent volunteer and generous supporter of UC Davis School of Law.
Charity Kenyon '77 profile