Ana C. Reyes

Board Member

Ana Reyes first began at the Feminist Majority Foundation as in intern in 1995, then continued with the organization as an employee in both the California and D.C. offices.  She joined the Board to help continue the organization’s mission of empowering women.  Today, Ana practices law at Williams & Connolly LLP in Washington, D.C.  She Co-Chairs the firm’s International Disputes practice group and is a member of its Executive Committee.  She focuses her practice on complex litigation and international arbitration.  She has handled matters involving foreign governments, foreign officials, multi-national corporations, and international organizations, representing clients throughout the world.  Along with her admissions to Bars of the United States, Ana is listed on the Roll of Solicitors in England and Wales. In 2017, Ana was named as the D.C. Women’s Bar Association’s Woman Lawyer of the Year in recognition of her international litigation practice and for her efforts in representing the rights of those seeking asylum in the United States.  She has been named by Legal 500 as a “Next Generation Lawyer” in International Disputes (2020) and by Benchmark Litigation as a “Local Litigation Star” in both International Arbitration (2019-2020) and Products Liability (2020), and one of the top 250 Women in Litigation (2017-2020).  And she has been named by The National Law Journal in its Winning Litigators list, which recognizes trial attorneys who, “scored great results for clients in high-stakes matters” (2018); in its Outstanding Women Lawyers list, which recognized “the 75 most accomplished female attorneys working in the legal profession today” (2015); as one of “D.C.’s Rising Stars” (2014); and, one of the top 40 minority lawyers under 40 in the country (2011).  In 2009, Legal Times selected Ana as a “Champion” in its Champions, Visionaries & Pioneers special section. Ana holds her J.D.,magna cum laude, from Harvard Law School (2000), a Masters in International Public Policy, with distinction, from the John Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (2014), and a Bachelor of Science, summa cum laude, from Transylvania University (1996).