The Board of Directors of Grant, Konvalinka & Harrison, a Chattanooga law firm, announce the election Hollie Floberg, Katherine Lentz and April Sawhill as directors at the firm.
Ms. Floberg brings her two decades of accounting and finance expertise to her tax and estate practice. As a trusted advisor, Ms. Floberg guides her business clients in all aspects of entity formation and transition. Additionally, she represents clients in audits, tax investigations and prosecutions, and in state administrative and federal judicial proceedings. In her estate practice, Ms. Floberg counsels individuals, families, and legacy businesses on wealth preservation, asset management and transition, and trust formation. She also teaches the next generation of accounting professionals as an adjunct professor at Tennessee Wesleyan University.
When not pouring over tax returns, Ms. Floberg enjoys the movies, pro football, and relaxing with friends and family.
Ms. Lentz's practice focuses on family law, alternative dispute resolution, and litigation. She strives to provide the best representation for individuals and families during some of the most difficult times of life. Ms. Lentz is designated as Rule 31 Listed Family Law Mediator by the Tennessee Supreme Court and enjoys helping litigants resolve their issues outside of litigation.
Ms. Lentz is a native of Chattanooga who joined the firm in 2004. She was previously a summer associate with Grant, Konvalinka & Harrison during law school. She attended Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina and received a Bachelor of Arts degree in English, Studio Art, with a minor in Art History. Ms. Lentz attended the Publishing Institute at New York University before obtaining her J.D. from the University of Tennessee College of Law, where she was a student-attorney in the Domestic Violence Clinic.
Ms. Lentz is a member of the Chattanooga and Tennessee Bar Associations, as well as the Southeast Tennessee Lawyers Association for Women. She is admitted to practice in Tennessee and Georgia and before the U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Tennessee. Katherine is the immediate past President of the Brock-Cooper American Inn of Court and is currently serving a second term on the Board of Governors for the Chattanooga Bar Association.
Ms. Lentz is married to Jason Lentz and has two daughters. She enjoys being outdoors, reading, traveling, and spending time with her family and friends
As a trial and appellate advocate focusing on complex civil litigation, Ms. Sawhill brings a "tenacious-yet-balanced" approach to resolve her clients’ problems. She has diverse expertise in sophisticated business-related litigation in both state and federal courts, including disputes related to contracts, insurance coverage, and catastrophic personal injury. Ms. Sawhill is a Rule 31 General Civil mediator and is trained in advanced alternative dispute resolution. She enjoys representing and advising professional women, be they business owners, entrepreneurs or women supporting a commercial enterprise.
Ms. Sawhill and her family are world travelers, having visited over two dozen countries and counting. She loves listening to people’s stories and learning new things.