Lindsey S. Mignano and Ernest Hammond III of Twilio moderated a community-based panel entitled "Mental Health and Well-Being: A timely discussion for Black and Asian communities in light of police brutality and hate crimes/incidents" for the Bar Association of San Francisco and Blacks in Technology, among numerous sponsor firms and minority bar associations. The three panelists and psychologists, Drs. Allison Briscoe-Smith, Grace Niu, and Uche Ukuku, discussed issues such as processing police brutality against Africans and African Americans and rising hate crimes/incidents against Asian Americans; how to talk to children about processing these types of events without traumatizing them; and when a person of color experiencing trauma from these events should reach out to a licensed psychologist for help.
Lindsey S. Mignano hosted a virtual Question-and-Answer Session regarding corporate, employment, and intellectual property topics for the select cohort of SwissNex Virtual Bootcamp seeking to form, flip, and/or expand their EU-based businesses in the U.S.
Lindsey S. Mignano moderated a panel for the Alameda County Bar Association called "Women & Minority Owned Law Firms: Addressing Intersectionality in Law Practice and Ownership of Law Firms" with panelists Ann Cun of Accel Visa Attorneys, Aravinda Sheshadri of Venturous Counsel, and Nnena Ukuku of Venture Gained Legal. This panel was co-sponsored by the Asian American Bar Association of the Greater Bay Area.