September 21, 2018
Partner Virginia Harman was recently featured in a publication by the Georgia Banker’s Association. Virginia’s passion for environmentalism was a prominent feature in the article.
When she’s not helping her bank clients avoid legal issues, you might find Virginia Harman in a neighbor’s back yard peacefully scooping up a snake to relocate it. “A life-long interest in snakes and turtles has led me to pursue, with my two daughters’ help, becoming a licensed rescue and rehab facility for wild life specializing in herpetology. I am already called on quite often to come move and relocate snakes for local folks who are scared but have learned that killing snakes is NOT a good or necessary thing,” she tells us in this week’s GBA member profile. Harman, partner at McRae, Smith, Peek, Harman & Monroe, LLP and vice chair of GBA’s Bank Counsel Section, shares her views about her work for her financial industry clients, how bankers have adjusted since the downturn, two very important people in her life and the value of GBA’s Bank Counsel Section.
You can read the full profile here.