Mr. Elliott S. Hall, Esq., has been a Partner of Dykema Gossett, Washington, D.C., since 2002. Mr. Hall served as Vice President of Dealer Development of Ford Motor Company until January 1, 2002 and was responsible for expansion of its Minority and Woman Dealer Network. He joined Ford Motor Company in June 1987 and directed its Washington Office, as Vice President of Washington Affairs for eleven years and advocated a wide range of automotive, regulatory and legislative issues. He has been the Chairman of Independence Federal Savings Bank since August 20, 2006. He has been Director of Independence Federal Savings Bank since 2002. Mr. Hall serves as a Director of Independence Financial Corporation (“IFC”), a wholly owned subsidiary of Independence Federal Savings Bank. He serves as a Director of North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company. He served as Director of National Rehabilitation Hospital. Mr. Hall held a series of positions in the Detroit legal community, including Chief Assistant Prosecutor for Wayne County, Law Director for the City of Detroit and a private practice. He served as President of the Detroit Bar Association and the Wolverine Bar Association. Mr. Hall served as President of the Detroit Branch of the NAACP. Mr. Hall serves as the Chairman of the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies. He served as Chairman of the Board of Howard University Hospital and Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts. He serves as a Board Member of Georgetown University and the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation. He served as the Chairman of the Board of the Family Service of Detroit and Wayne County and for Mount Carmel Mercy Hospital. He served as a Board Member for the Detroit/Wayne County Port Authority, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, the Mercy College of Detroit and Orchestra Hall. He served as Trustee of the Founder’s Society of the Detroit Institute of Arts and the Community Foundation of Southeast Michigan. He served as a Board Member of Marymount College and Emergency Transitional Education Board of the District of Columbia. An avid supporter of the arts, Mr. Hall served as Chairman of the Washington Performing Arts Society, and as a Board Member of the Shakespeare Theatre and the Wolf Trap Foundation. He also served as a Trustee of the Washington Opera, WETA-FM and WETA-TV and the United States Capital Historical Society. As a community advocate, he served as Vice President of the Economic Club of Washington, Vice President of the Federal City Council, Treasurer of the Children’s Charities Foundation and as a member of the Industry Advisory Board of the Kennedy Institute. He received Human Relations Institute Civic Achievement Award from American Jewish Committee, Distinguished Alumni Award from Wayne State University Law School, the President’s Award from the National Bar Association and the President’s Award from the Wolverine Bar Association. Mr. Hall received a Bachelor’s degree and Juris Doctor Degree from Wayne State University.
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