FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
September, 2020, Atlanta, Ga. – Julie McGhee Howard, attorney, co-founder and managing partner of NowackHoward, LLC, has been featured, for the second time, in The Atlantan as a “Woman of Power and Influence” for her work leading and driving change in the practice of community association law. The annual issue seeks to raise awareness of the dramatic work being done by women professionals in the metro-Atlanta area. As a recognized peer, Howard joins the ranks of other women leaders who are leveraging their position to drive change, not just in their professions, but to pave the way for new women leaders to emerge.
This year, faced with the challenges of Covid-19, Howard’s leadership and purpose of prevention and de-escalation has proved invaluable to both homeowners and associations as pressures have risen amongst worry and uncertainty.
It has been her strong belief that prevention is the key to keeping communities healthy and whole that has helped her firm not just weather but prosper during this year of unprecedented uncertainty. Under her leadership, her firm is leading the industry, by example, by adjusting to current conditions and creating strong protections for both associations and homeowners that encourage neighborhoods to coexist in positive ways as all communities navigate through 2020.
About Julie McGhee Howard
Julie McGhee Howard is co-founder and managing partner of NowackHoward, LLC, and has extensive experience advising community associations having counseled condominium and homeowner associations across Georgia since 1996. An active member of the Community Associations Institute (CAI), Howard has served CAI at every level, including Georgia Chapter President in 2003 and national President in 2014. Howard is a fellow in the prestigious College of Community Association Lawyers and served as the College’s 2018 President. Howard is an active and long-time lobbyist for community associations and has helped draft every change to the Georgia Condominium Act and Georgia Property Owners’ Association Act since 2007 and frequently testifies before Georgia Senate and House of Representatives Committees on proposed laws that could impact community associations. Howard has earned the AV Preeminent rating from Martindale-Hubbell, the legal profession’s most prestigious rating service.
About NowackHoward LLC
NowackHoward LLC is Atlanta’s most experienced and effective law firm concentrating in advising and representing homeowner and condominium associations. Lawyers at NowackHoward are among the most experienced attorneys in the United States focusing on this specific area of the law. NowackHoward lawyers have helped write almost every law in Georgia that pertains to condominium and homeowner associations and worked to get them passed, helping create more harmonious communities. With both founding partners receiving the AV Preeminent rating from Martindale-Hubbell, the legal profession’s most prestigious rating service, NowackHoward has become home to Georgia’s top-rated community association lawyers.