Oakpointe Communities is please to announce the recent promotion of Megan Nelson from Director of Legal to the role of General Counsel for the company. In this new role, Nelson will ultimately be responsible for providing expert legal and compliance advice and will act as the legal representative for Oakpointe in all matters moving forward.
“For years now, Megan has played an important role in setting up our team for success,” said Brian Ross, Oakpointe’s CEO. “Her superb legal expertise and guidance will continue to be a valuable asset as we move forward with several developments throughout King and Snohomish Counties creating truly great places to live in the Puget Sound region.”
Nelson has more than 15 years of experience providing legal counsel and has been a valued member of the Oakpointe team for more than ten years. As a graduate of Stanford Law School, she brings a competitive excellence in her approach to legal guidance. She specializes in environmental, land use and real estate legal services.
“This step forward in my career and with the company is an exciting one; my work as General Counsel for Oakpointe will allow me to take an even more active role in guiding the company and ensuring we’re doing our best work on every single project,” said Nelson.
Nelson’s promotion will support ongoing progress in the development of Oakpointe’s Master Planned Communities south of Seattle. Their Ten Trails neighborhood in Black Diamond has already welcomed over 400 families since work began in 2017 and is quickly becoming a suburban hotspot to live, explore and enjoy the outdoors. In Covington, Oakpointe took the first major step toward beginning construction on up-and-coming lifestyle center and community hub LakePointe with the start of the Covington Connector project in fall of 2020.