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Wilson Nash is a native of Birmingham and a lawyer at Brasfield & Gorrie.  After college, Wilson taught high school speech and debate before moving abroad for graduate school.  He returned for law school and began his legal career at Bradley Arant in the construction and procurement and general litigation practice groups.  Now as an in-house lawyer for a large general contractor, Wilson manages claims and litigation, reviews and negotiates contracts, and helps implement the company’s ethics and compliance and risk management programs.  Wilson received his B.A. from Birmingham-Southern College, his masters in international studies from the University of Sydney, and his J.D. from The University of Alabama School of Law.       

Wilson currently serves on the Executive Board for Better Basics, the Young Supporters Board for the O’Neal Comprehensive Cancer Center at UAB, and the Board of Trustees at Highlands United Methodist Church.

His wife, Callie, is a long-time member of the JLB, and they have three children, Ann Harper, Luke, and Libby.  In his limited spare time, Wilson enjoys reading, hiking, CrossFit, and spending time at the lake.    

Why have you decided to serve as a Torchbearer for the JLB?
I was asked to serve by a good friend and colleague, Robby Hayes, and I have long admired the work of the JLB and One Place Metro Alabama Family Justice Center.  I met Allison Dearing and did some work for One Place several years ago during the United Way campaign, and I can think of few other people or organizations that do more important work in our community.  For those survivors who are served by One Place, I hope this campaign will be a testament to how much we care about and support them.

What/who inspires you to be a Light in our community?
I am inspired daily by my wife whose kindness and generosity is reflected in everything she does.  I am also inspired by those that I know who have experienced domestic violence and sexual assault.  Their bravery and resolve in the face of their experiences give me hope and embolden me to make our community a better place.  I am honored to do a small part to honor their example.          

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