Marion is an award-winning lawyer, nonprofit executive, and preservation advocate with a distinctive ability to convene diverse stakeholders to work together to solve tough problems and to scale solutions.
Greg is an award-winning lawyer and social entrepreneur tackling complex challenges in the fields of cultural heritage preservation, economic development, leadership development, politics and government, and civil rights.
Eden’s practice focuses on art, cultural heritage, museum and intellectual property law. She has represented foreign states, museums, and nonprofits, and she has litigated and settled complex claims involving Nazi seizures and wartime looting.
Tom is a renowned art lawyer with deep expertise in a wide variety of art, museum, and cultural heritage matters, including issues of ownership, theft, authenticity, breach of contract, insurance, and related disputes.Learn More
Earl is an enrolled citizen of the Haliwa-Saponi Indian Tribe and serves as Vice Chairman of the Haliwa-Saponi Tribal Council. He has 25 years of formal involvement in issues impacting tribes.
Lexi is a Richmond, Virginia native and public historian with a love for all things cultural. She earned a BA in History from the College of William and Mary with a focus on early American history…
Jennifer Morris focuses on matters pertaining to museums, the art market, intellectual property, and cultural heritage. She joined Cultural Heritage Partners as an Associate with a wide range of research and field-based experience…
Katie is an innovative program developer with global experience and serves as CHP’s Program Coordinator. She graduated Magna Cum Laude with a BA in International Relations and Affairs from George Mason…