Hanna Blake focuses her practice on construction litigation and suretyship, representing contractors, owners, subcontractors and sureties in all aspects of public and private construction projects. She has worked on diverse projects including a professional baseball stadium, water treatment plant, urban housing development, major hotel and convention center complex, and a large university library, among others.
Hanna holds a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED AP) designation. The LEED rating system is the nationally recognized benchmark for design, construction and operation of high-performance buildings. As a LEED AP, Hanna is part of a select group of attorneys nationwide who recognize the significance of “green” building trends.
Minisha is also passionate about helping women define how they show up on the inside and out. As a leadership and style coach, Minisha helps her clients unleash their internal authority and influence while assisting them in refining their external presentation.
Her educational background includes a JD from the Howard University School of Law in Washington, DC and a BS in Criminal Justice from Tennessee State University in Nashville, Tennessee.