Inajo retired in 2021 after 25 years with Ulmer. Inajo formerly served as the Group Leader of the firm’s Nonprofit Group, which represents more than 100 exempt organizations, ranging from social service agencies to arts groups, health organizations, foundations, community development corporations, educational, and governmental institutions. In addition to her work representing nonprofit organizations and public institutions, Inajo handled a variety of legal matters for for-profit businesses. Her legal practice focused on various aspects of corporate law and governance, general business transactions, and commercial real estate acquisition, development, construction, and financing. She has served as bond and company counsel to a variety of governmental and corporate clients. Inajo had particular expertise representing school districts in the provision and delivery of educational programming and services to disabled students. An active civic and community volunteer, Inajo served on the boards of several nonprofits and was recognized for the positive impact she has had on her community by being named to Savoy Magazine’s Most Influential Black Lawyers list.
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