Ramon Worthington, PLLC was formed with a specific goal to be both majority-women owned and minority-owned. Our firm is diverse in gender, ethnicity and backgrounds, all of which we believe provide a broad base of ideas and perspectives that benefit the firm, our clients, and the communities in which we practice. Our unwavering commitment to diversity is more than just a tab on our website. Ramon Worthington PLLC is proud to have received certifications from both the National Minority Supplier Development Council, as a Minority Business Enterprise, and by the National Association of Minority & Women Owned Law Firms (NAMWOLF). Ramon Worthington, PLLC is dedicated to fostering an environment that embraces differences and promotes equality and mutual respect, in order to create a culture of inclusion where everyone has the opportunity to advance and excel.
Regionally and locally, the Members and Associate Attorneys of Ramon Worthington PLLC are involved in organizations and programs with a focus on diversity and inclusion, including the Hispanic Issues Committee of the State Bar of Texas, the Hidalgo County Women's Bar Section, attendance at various programs dedicated to diversity and inclusion in the profession (including the Texas Minority Counsel Program), and client-specific speaking engagements related to diversity in the profession. In addition, our Members are directly involved with or provide financial support to organizations focused on supporting under-represented constituents, including minorities, children, and women: Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA of Hidalgo), Heart Gallery of Hidalgo County (promoting awareness, understanding and adoption of children in the foster care program), Habitat for Humanity and Rotary Clubs International. Dan Worthington currently serves as President of McAllen-South Rotary Club, Sofia Ramon is Director of CASA and Elizabeth Cantu is a Director on the Hidalgo County Bar and President-Elect of the Women's Bar Section.