LONDON, June 29, 2021 — The Guardian has named King & Spalding senior associate Krishna Omkar to its 2021 Pride Power List.
The list serves as a “guide to those in the LGBTQI community…who are dedicated to working towards true LGBTQI equality and inclusion,” according to the publication.
Omkar is a member of the firm’s Corporate, Finance and Investments practice and is an active advocate for the LGBTQI community.
Earlier this year, Omkar was recognized by Attitude magazine in its list of 101 LGBTQI+ “trailblazers who are changing the world.”
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