George Nowack is one of the nation’s foremost attorneys in the community association sector. He co-founded NowackHoward, LLC with his partner.
He has dedicated his career to serving community associations. He is nationally renowned for his expertise on insurance issues affecting community associations and Director’s & Officer (D&O) claims coverage.
Early Life and Education
From birth until five, children are completely dependent on adult caregivers such as parents, daycare providers, babysitters, extended family members and teachers.
According to UNESCO, early childhood care and education is one of the best investments a country can make as it promotes holistic development, gender equality and social cohesion. Furthermore, this period is crucial for brain development.
Despite these benefits, nearly half of pre-primary-age children around the world are not enrolled in educational programs. This is largely due to poor quality instruction, overcrowded and unstimulating environments and unsuitable curricula being barriers. Furthermore, their experiences are often disrupted due to inadequate family conditions. To overcome these difficulties, ECE educators need to create a safe and stimulating environment that meets each child’s developmental milestones and learning preferences.
George has dedicated his career to representing community associations. As an expert on insurance matters for these groups, George has successfully defended more associations from Fair Housing Act claims than any other attorney in America.
He is a fellow in the esteemed College of Community Association Lawyers and was appointed to its Board in 2002. He has lectured, taught and written extensively on community association topics for CAI’s national conferences and law seminars.
NowackHoward is dedicated to fostering responsible community association governance and management practices around the globe. Its founding partners, George Nowack and Julie McGhee Howard, have served as past presidents of CAI’s Georgia Chapter and CAI National – making them unique among American law partners for having served in these roles.
Achievements and Honors
George has achieved much in his lifetime. He boasts an impressive educational and professional background, as well as being an award-winning artist.
He is the co-founder and partner of NowackHoward, a firm that represents condominium and homeowner associations throughout Georgia. He has earned the AV Preeminent rating from Martindale-Hubbell – the legal profession’s most esteemed rating service – as well as being repeatedly named a Super Lawyer by his peers.
He has been a member of the Community Association Institute (CAI) since 1982 and served on its Georgia Chapter Board of Directors. Additionally, he was an international speaker for CAI on various topics. Over these years, he has earned many awards and honors, including CAI-Georgia’s Educator of the Year Award in 2003.
George is an active participant in his local community, dedicating his time to nonprofit organizations like CROWN Financial and Compass Ministries. As a resident of southern Wake County, George feels compelled to give back.
He has developed his financial acumen over the years, becoming a registered Investment Advisor Representative of Hunter Street Investment Advisors. A dedicated family man, he is father to two children.
George has always found time for learning. For instance, he was one of the early members of his local Community Associations Institute chapter to join their online discussion forums and remains an active participant today. The organization serves as a great resource for those wanting to understand more about homeowner associations and their legal complexities.
George Nowack is a registered Investment Advisor Representative for Hunter Street Investment Advisors and has been in the financial services industry for more than two decades. His areas of expertise include personal finance, wealth management and income taxation. He resides with his wife and son in southern Wake County and volunteers with IRS VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Preparation) program as well as ministries like CROWN Financial and Compass Ministries.
He loves to read, write and visit museums in his free time. Additionally, he enjoys spending quality time with family and friends. A member of several local and national organizations, his net worth is estimated to be $12 Million. Furthermore, he owns over 5,000 units of Brookline stock – making him an incredibly successful investor.