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Jennifer Meyerowitz currently serves as the Chief Growth Officer & General Counsel for SAK Healthcare. Ms. Meyerowitz’s experience in restructuring, bankruptcy law, distressed real estate transactions, and advising distressed companies spans almost 20 years and she has served as an attorney, consultant, sales and company leader in the industry. As Chief Growth Officer and General Counsel, Ms. Meyerowitz's responsibilities include leading the turnaround and restructuring of healthcare engagements as well as focusing on business development, deal sourcing, consulting, marketing, operations and legal representation.
Ms. Meyerowitz has spent her 20+ year career in the restructuring industry managing both sales and operations teams, consulting on distressed debt deals, negotiating distressed real estate transactions and serving as professional advisory and legal counsel to both creditors and debtors. Ms. Meyerowitz has served in operations, business development, and other leadership roles, including as the executive vice president of business development for legal technology companies where she managed sales teams, and served as the liaison between clients and operations. Ms. Meyerowitz has also served as vice president for a global legal technology and services company, with responsibility for development, legal consulting and strategic communications, compliance and logistics, and case management functions for the company’s bankruptcy and restructuring settlement services. Ms. Meyerowitz began her career as a practicing attorney at Alston & Bird LLP where, for nearly 10 years, she represented debtors, secured and unsecured creditors, creditors’ committees, banks and trustees in complex workouts, debt restructurings, commercial litigation and chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings.
Ms. Meyerowitz received her J.D. from Emory University School of Law, where she was Executive Notes & Comments Editor of Bankruptcy Developments Journal, and her B.A., with distinction, from the University of Michigan. She is admitted to practice in Georgia and she is a Past Chair of the Bankruptcy Section of the Atlanta Bar Association. She is also a Past Chair of the International Women's Insolvency & Restructuring Confederation and the Co-Founder and Past Chair of its Georgia Network division. Ms. Meyerowitz is the recipient of the 2015 Melnick Award for Most Outstanding IWIRC Member. Ms. Meyerowitz currently serves on the board of the American Bankruptcy Institute, on the executive board of the Turnaround Management Association, and is a former Co-Chair of its Network of Women. In 2020, Ms. Meyerowitz received the Outstanding Individual Contribution award from the Turnaround Management Association. In addition, Ms. Meyerowitz is on the board of the Association of Insolvency and Restructuring Advisors.
Ms. Meyerowitz has written various articles on bankruptcy law and related issues and is a frequent lecturer and panelist on such issues. Ms. Meyerowitz has worked on numerous restructuring and turnaround engagements including major chapter 11 bankruptcy cases such as South Fulton Medical Center, HomeBanc Mortgage Corporation, TLC Vision, Woodbridge Group of Companies, Quicksilver, Suniva, Optima, Lehman, Chrysler LLC, Energy Future Holdings, Liberty Medical, AbitibiBowater, Smurfit-Stone Container Corporation, Capmark Financial, CCS Medical, Journal Register Company, TitleMax, TLC Vision, Sea Launch, Swoozies, Sea Island, Studio Movie Grill, among others.