The Mostly Legal Podcast: Season 3, Episode 4 "Grace, Gratitude, and Grit: Getting to Yes."

Barrett Guttell

When is the last time you heard a great HR joke? We can guarantee you will hear a couple in this episode. Christine Wilbur (Human Resources Director at Aleshire & Wynder, LLP) joins Rob and Amanda for an insightful conversation about leading with love and compassion, goals, and maybe even Disneyland. Working parents everywhere will be inspired to hear Christine's story and how failing forward has served her both inside and outside the legal industry. You might even learn a little about bulk purchasing Chrome Books. You do not want to miss this episode!

About the Guest

Christine Wilbur

Christine Wilbur is a native of Los Angeles County but has made her home in Orange County, CA, with her son, Easton. In her professional life, she is the Human Resources Director for Aleshire & Wynder, LLP, a Irvine-based law firm focused primarily on representing local communities throughout California. Christine received her bachelor's degree from Linfield College and her master’s degree with a concentration in business administration from the University of Phoenix. Christine currently sits on the Nominating Committee for the Association of Legal Administrators (“ALA”) – a 9,000-member organization focused on growing the legal management profession. On the local level, Christine currently serves as Director of Membership, Human Resources Committee Co Chair, Nominating Committee and Social Media Committee Co-Chair for the Greater Los Angeles Chapter of ALA. Christine also serves as the Education Committee Chair for the Orange County Chapter of ALA. In her spare time, Christine enjoys making memories at any local beach, appreciating the wonders of Disneyland, rooting for her favorite hockey and baseball teams at local sporting events (Go Ducks! Go Dodgers!), exploring new recipes, listening to self-improvement or personal development podcasts or books of various genres through Audible (for the long commute in OC/LA traffic), traveling to new places and spending time with family.

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