As a self-proclaimed proud feminist, Meredith Lowry has long been a champion for women in Northwest Arkansas. From events such as Woman-Run and the Women in Technology Conference to her day job as a patent attorney at Wright Lindsey Jennings in Rogers, Lowry devotes much of her personal and professional time to advocating for women in the Natural State.
“I don’t have a problem with the term feminist; I am very much a feminist,” she said. “I was raised by a feminist mother and supporting women-run businesses, that’s always going to be one of those things that I’m going to do.”
Meredith joined host Natalie Ghidotti on the latest episode of The Ghidotti Podcast, where she also shared some insight into her time as a patent attorney, including her work on the Broyles Act, named for former University of Arkansas football coach and athletic director Frank Broyles and how she chooses to give back to the community.
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The Ghidotti Podcast is recorded at the Bobby L. Roberts Library of Arkansas History & Art, which is part of the Central Arkansas Library System.