Chisa Chervenick is a strategic human resources professional and leadership expert who brings over 12 years of management and HR experience to the Anthony Law team. She has experience working with businesses ranging in size from Fortune 500 companies to small family-owned businesses with expertise in areas including employee relations, compliance, leadership coaching and development, creating an inclusive workplace culture, employee engagement, performance management, training, and hiring/onboarding practices.
Chisa graduated from The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law with her juris doctorate degree in 2013. While admitted to the Ohio bar, she has chosen to leverage her legal education in an HR capacity to help protect businesses from potential lawsuits through the prevention or early resolution of adversarial issues and ensure legal compliance with all applicable laws and regulations. Chisa received her undergraduate degree from Marietta College, where in addition to her B.A. in Philosophy, she received a Certificate in Leadership Studies from the McDonough Leadership Program.
Outside of her professional career, Chisa is an artist and operates her own small, independent art and jewelry business. In her spare time, she enjoys painting, gardening, hiking, photography, and traveling the country to attend concerts. Chisa is an avid dog lover and a passionate advocate for animals.
We’re excited to congratulate Ben on one year in the books of building his practice at Anthony Law focusing on corporate, real estate, estate planning, and business succession planning. Ben enjoys working with clients to help them achieve their goals in a manner that minimizes risk and provides a solidified future with less stress and […]
Elon Musk is boring. In an effort to solve the traffic problem in Los Angeles, Musk has begun implementing plans to build underground tunnels for a high-speed rail system. To do this, Musk founded “The Boring Company” in 2016 and has since begun testing designs and methods for establishing a low-cost tunnel system underneath the […]
By Michael J. Anthony and Kristin Hammond “Should employees and employers be allowed to agree that any disputes between them will be resolved through one-on-one arbitration? Or should employees always be permitted to bring their claims in class or collective actions, no matter what they agreed with their employers?” – JUSTICE GORSUCH. The legal court […]