Stephanie Collett Sparks Selected for Dallas Regional Chamber’s Leadership Dallas Program

September 17, 2019 | Attorney News

Jackson Walker congratulates Stephanie Collett Sparks on being selected for the Dallas Regional Chamber’s 45th Leadership Dallas class.

Founded in 1975, Leadership Dallas is the DRC’s flagship leadership development program aimed at growing an ongoing pipeline of diverse leaders. Each year, the 10-month educational program features a select group of ambitious civic leaders who have been selected to explore the critical issues facing the community through lectures, discussion groups, on-site visits, simulations, and other leadership development activities.

As a member of the Class of 2020, Stephanie will serve on two program committees and take part in a class project.

With her admittance, Stephanie joins Jackson Walker’s ever-growing list of Leadership Dallas participants, including W. Ross Forbes, Jr., Alex Frutos, Larry E. Glasgow, J. Colter Harris, William H. Hornberger, Brian A. Kilpatrick, Retta A. Miller, Brad Nitschke, Ashley Scheer, Justin Shipley, Nathaniel St. Clair, II, Christopher A. Thompson, and Peter K. Wahl.

Meet Stephanie

Stephanie Collett Sparks is a business attorney focusing on commercial litigation, healthcare, and energy transactional and regulatory practice. For 15 years, she has successfully represented clients in arbitrations, trials, and in achieving favorable resolutions to litigation matters. Stephanie also represents and counsels clients on complex transactional and regulatory matters in the energy and healthcare industries. She is passionate about helping clients solve their legal challenges in a way that is straightforward, cost-effective, and strategically tailored to their needs.  Since 2013, she has been recognized as a “Rising Star” by Super Lawyers.

Outside of her practice, Stephanie volunteers her time with the North Dallas Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and Executive Committee, the Dallas Association of Young Lawyers, the University of Texas Friar Society, the Dallas Volunteer Attorney Program, and the Alumni Association Executive Committee of The University of Texas at Austin School of Law.