In a period marked by continuity and a commitment to the founding vision, the Jefferson City Chapter of the Federalist Society recently witnessed a change in leadership. Following the tenure of Jennifer Bukowsky, Marc Ellinger assumed the presidency, continuing the chapter's tradition of dynamic leadership and community engagement.
Marc follows in the footsteps of Stephanie Bell, who served as president from 2017 to 2019. Together the late David Welch, Ellinger and Bell are the chapter's three initial founding members. The transition in leadership reflects the chapter's enduring commitment to excellence and its ability to adapt to evolving challenges and opportunities.
Beyond leadership transitions, the Jefferson City Chapter has a robust calendar of events, including at least six gatherings per year consisting of a mix of legal programs on current issues and social events.
As the chapter enters a new chapter under Ellinger's leadership, it does so with a sense of purpose and a commitment to building upon the legacy of those who have come before. With each event and initiative, the chapter reaffirms its dedication to the principles of the Federalist Society.
The Jefferson City Chapter looks forward to the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead. With Marc Ellinger at the helm, the chapter stands poised to continue its tradition of excellence and to make a meaningful difference across Missouri.