Andante’s Fay Waldo to lead Turnaround Management Association

Andante Law Group has announced that attorney Fay Waldo has been elected president of the Arizona Chapter of the Turnaround Management Association.

Fay Waldo

Fay Waldo

TMA is an international organization of professionals, lenders, and investors who provide a broad range of services to financially distressed or growing companies. Ms. Waldo is the youngest president ever elected to any TMA chapter.

In her role as president of the Arizona Chapter, she will be working with the chapter’s 150-plus members to help build stronger relationships with local companies, provide informative educational programs and fun networking events.

Ms. Waldo stated that among her goals as president are increasing young professional (“NextGen”) membership, expanding the range of program topics, collaborating with other professional organizations, and further diversifying the demographic of the chapter’s membership.

“The firm is very proud that Fay is such an active member in an organization that works to benefit not only its members but also the local business community,” commented Daniel E. Garrison, managing partner of Andante Law Group.

“Her involvement with TMA allows her to gather extensive knowledge in the areas of restructuring and corporate renewal, both of which are topics in the front of everyone’s mind right now in Southwest.”

Her law practice is focused on restructuring, bankruptcy, and business transactions and litigation in both federal and state courts.

She graduated in 2008 from Arizona State University, Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, J.D., cum laude and received her B.A., summa cum laude in Spanish & Philosophy from Edgewood College in Madison, Wisconsin in 2004.

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