Candice is EVP and Partner at Latitude.

Prior to joining Latitude, Candice served as Chief Ethics Officer & in-house counsel at multi-billion dollar financial services companies, an executive in a national legal services company, a litigation attorney at a leading regional law firm, and as the founder of a legal consulting firm.

She has served in leadership roles in a number of civic and professional organizations, including as president of the Nashville-chapter of the Lawyers’ Association for Women. Candice is a frequent speaker on attorney career development, law firm & legal department organizational improvement, attorney retention, and ethics & compliance.

Candice began her legal career at the law firm of Miller & Martin PLLC, where she practiced business litigation and commercial bankruptcy law. She later accepted a position as Executive Director with a national legal services placement firm, directing the operations of the company’s headquarters office, and then also took on the role of Vice President for Recruitment and Placement, managing all corporate employees across five offices nationwide. Following this, Candice served as Vice President & Corporate Counsel, and ultimately as the Chief Ethics Officer, for Ceridian Corporation (a $5B+ mkt cap global financial services company), and its sister company, Comdata (a $3B+ mkt cap global payment processing company), where she oversaw operational ethics compliance worldwide, created and led ethics training programs for employees, and managed internal investigations.

Candice has extensive experience as a consultant, trainer, and coach for lawyers and their organizations on workplace engagement, professional development, and career satisfaction and transition. In 2011, she founded Candice Reed Consulting, which offers individual coaching, workshops, associate training programs, and recruiting and placement services. She is a frequent CLE speaker and has presented numerous seminars and workshops.

Candice received her J.D. (magna cum laude) from the University of Tennessee College of Law and obtained a Master of Applied Positive Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania. She serves on the Tennessee Bar Association’s Attorney Wellbeing Committee and writes a wellness column for the Lawyers’ Association for Women’s monthly newsletter, LAW Matters. She also recently served on the board of Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Nashville and is passionate about the organization’s mission to help abused and neglected children find safe, permanent homes. She and her husband Sean have one daughter and reside in Brentwood, TN.