A dedicated public servant, Jon Schorsch served as as a police sergeant at the Port of Seattle Police Department for over a decade before acquiring a Juris Doctor degree from Seattle University and interning at the King County Department of Public Defense. Currently, Jon Schorsch serves as a deacon at Mill Creek Community Church.
In addition to his current work, Mr. Schorsch participates in the Starbucks Corporation’s Diversity Mentorship Program. Starbucks, a leading provider of coffee and tea beverages, currently operates more than 24,000 retail stores in over seventy countries. Founded in 1971, the firm also prioritizes ethical sourcing practices, environmental stewardship, and community involvement through programs like its diversity mentorship initiative.
Starbucks’ Law & Corporate Affairs Department manages the firm’s Diversity Mentorship Program. The program, which consists of a one year mentoring period, pairs experienced lawyers at Starbucks with junior attorneys from different backgrounds and disciplines. Over the course of the program, participating junior attorneys develop legal expertise and how to succeed in a range of practice environments. Eligible attorneys include those in their first three years of practice or those who participate in a minority bar association or diversity group.
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