Callie is an associate in Maynard Nexsen’s Public Finance Practice with a particular focus in the areas of federal tax and tax credits.
With her background in historic preservation, Callie enjoys working on matters involving historic tax credits as well as with tax-exempt organizations. She also assists with projects involving new markets tax credits and opportunity zones. In addition, Callie is well versed in the area of international taxation and how the laws interplay with large businesses and transactions.
Callie received her J.D., cum laude, from Georgia State University College of Law, and she earned her LLM in Taxation from Georgetown University Law Center. She holds both a M.A., summa cum laude, and B.A., magna cum laude, in history from Middle Tennessee State University.
- Tennessee Association of Museums Award of Commendation for the exhibit “Legacy of Learning: A History of Central Magnet School’s Campus,” 2016
- Ernest Hooper History Scholarship, 2012
- (March 2021) “Partnering with U.S. Non- Profits”, Wenner-Gren Symposium
- (2015) “Daily Life in Ancient Egypt Children’s Program”, Scholar’s Week Conference
- Expanding the Orbit of Archaeologists Without Borders of the Maya World: Creating a Non-Profit in the United States, Heritage Journal (Upcoming 2022)
- Master’s Thesis, Nashville Copts: Cultural Identity, Community Collaborations, and Cultural Intuitions (2017)
- State Bar: Georgia