Cathy Nash - ZMA Board Member
Cathy Nash represents Fortune 500 corporations in the construction industry from the initial contract negotiations to dispute resolution, including bids and trials. Nash attained degrees from Emory University’s Laney Graduate School, Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ and Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva University in New York City. She began practicing construction law at a downtown “boutique” law firm in 1988 servicing Winter Construction Company, Harry S. Peterson Co., and Master Builders.
Nash’s clients presently include Fulton County and the State of Georgia. Her practice is based on a deep understanding of her client’s needs, and the development of strategic and cost-effective solutions. Nash currently sits on the Board of Directors of the Zuckerman Museum of Kennesaw State University and Georgia Lawyers for the Arts. She also serves as a Docent at the High Museum of Art. Nash is a longtime member of the State Bar of Georgia, The Georgia Association of Women Lawyers, and Lawyers for the Arts.
PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS, HONORS, AND MEMBERSHIPS
- State Bar of Georgia, Sections Include: Construction, Trial Practice, Arts & Entertainment
- American Bar Association, Sections Include: Construction, Technology, Copyright
- Georgia Association of Women Lawyers
- Georgia Lawyers for the Arts - Awarded “Attorney Of The Year” In 2015
COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT AND MEMBERSHIPS
- Georgia Lawyers for the Arts, Board of Directors
- High Museum of Art, Docent
- BURNAWAY Artcritical Magazine, Mentor-Writers Program Participant
- Vanderbilt University, Parent and Alumni Club
- Pace Academy, Atlanta Parent and Alumni Club