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Attorney Christine E. Nentwig Named a CPBJ “Woman of Influence”

access_time Posted on: June 9th, 2022

CGA Law Firm Shareholder Christine E. Nentwig Named a 2022 Central Penn Business Journal Women of Influence.

In May, the Central Penn Business Journal announced the names of the twenty-nine women selected from seven counties for the 2022 Women of Influence Awards. The Women of Influence award honors high-achieving women for their career accomplishments and honorees are selected based on their professional experience, community involvement, leadership and sustained commitment to mentoring. 

As a Shareholder and Chair of CGA Law Firm’s Employment Law Group, Christine provides guidance and support to employers in a wide range of industries in both the private and public sector.  Christine also serves as an adjunct professor at York College of Pennsylvania, teaching Labor Relations and Employment Law classes to students in the Graham School of Business.

Christine’s legal expertise is utilized not only through her service to the firm’s clients, but also through the HR and employment law training and support she provides to the firm’s attorneys and staff.

As a York native and community advocate, Christine contributes her time and energy to a number of local non-profit organizations, and currently serves on the Boards of United Way of York County, Crispus Attucks, and Leg Up Farm.

Christine holds a J.D. from the University of Maryland, an M.B.A. from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management, a B.A. from York College of Pennsylvania, and most recently earned a Professional Mediator Certificate from Cornell University

Christine will be honored at the Central Penn Business Journal’s formal awards ceremony on June 30th in Harrisburg.

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Christine E. Nentwig

Employment Law Chair | Shareholder | Attorney

Christine E. Nentwig is a Shareholder of the firm, serves as Co-Chair of the Employment Law Group, and is a member of the Business Law Group.  

Christine’s passion is helping employers prevent, identify, and resolve people problems.  With nearly 30 years of combined experience as an HR professional and an attorney – and both Juris Doctor and MBA degrees – she is able to view each issue from a pragmatic, business perspective, as well as from the legal, risk-mitigation perspective.  Her practice spans the full range of labor and employment matters – including counseling, litigation, negotiation, mediation, and detailed analysis of cases involving the FMLA, ADA, FLSA, Title VII, ADEA, and other federal, state, and local laws.

Read Christine’s Bio Page in full HERE.