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Troy Greenfield Joins Boys & Girls Clubs of King County Board

August 2, 2012

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Troy Greenfield, a shareholder in the Seattle office of Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt, recently joined the board of directors of the Boys & Girls Clubs of King County (BGCKC).

"I spent my youth benefiting from the support of a youth organization and I believe in the Boys & Girls Club mission," notes Greenfield. "The positive experiences I had in my club shaped my life and my favorite memories are about the activities and friendships I developed. I look forward to giving back to the clubs and to the kids we serve."

The nonprofit serves 16,000 members annually. Today, the staff works tirelessly to impact kids' lives in three ways: academic success, healthy lifestyles, and good character and citizenship. There are 13 clubs in King County and more than 28 childcare sites.

"The mission of the Boys & Girls Clubs of King County is to inspire and enable all young people to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens," said BGCKC CEO Calvin Lyons. "We're focused on helping all kids have a great future, no matter their background. Troy's passion challenges me to make sure we are doing what we promise, and more."

Greenfield has a national commercial trial practice with a focus on intellectual property, and securities and bankruptcy-creditors' rights. He is a Fellow of the Litigation Counsel of America, and has been recognized for inclusion in Washington Super Lawyers for his work in commercial litigation. Seattle Metropolitan Magazine lists him as a Top Lawyer in intellectual property.

Greenfield graduated from Willamette University College of Law with a juris doctor degree and a bachelor of arts degree from Whitman College in Walla Walla. He lives on Bainbridge Island with his wife and two children.

"Troy is a natural mentor in our firm and we are pleased to support his role in the Boys & Girls Clubs," added Mark Long, managing partner of Schwabe. "We believe in contributing in the communities that we call home."

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