Marion Forsyth Werkheiser counsels cultural heritage clients on organizational capacity-building projects, including government relations, strategic planning, board governance, program development, fundraising, and risk management.
Greg Werkheiser 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. She has litigated and settled complex claims involving Nazi seizures and wartime looting.
Earl Evans 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.