Nate St. Clair Selected to Join Dallas Regional Chamber’s Leadership Dallas Program


Nate St. ClairJackson Walker partner Nate St. Clair will join the 43rd class of Leadership Dallas, a prominent leadership development program sponsored by the Dallas Regional Chamber (DRC). The program is designed to help members develop into proponents of positive change in the Dallas area. It also provides professional development and new opportunities for members to serve their communities.

As part of Leadership Dallas, Nate will join a diverse group of individuals who hold leadership positions in some of the area’s foremost businesses and organizations. Over the course of the 10-month program, he will attend regular educational sessions, participate in on-site visits and class projects, and engage in various community service activities. Upon completion of the program, Nate will graduate and join the ranks of the outstanding community leaders who are Leadership Dallas Alumni.

Being selected to join Leadership Dallas underscores Nate’s position as a leader both in business and in the community. As an intellectual property attorney at Jackson Walker, he has counseled an impressive roster of business in patent litigation and patent portfolio licensing and management. He is also active in several charitable organizations and serves as a Board Member for both the Big Brothers & Big Sisters Lone Star Organization and the Driven-2-Greatn3ss Charitable Foundation founded by Wes Matthews of the Dallas Mavericks.

“The Leadership Dallas Class of 2018 has been selected based on their commitment to the Dallas community as well as their high potential for leadership,” said Dale Petroskey, President and CEO of the Dallas Regional Chamber in a press release. “We are proud to welcome these talented, committed individuals into the program, and look forward to working with them so they can contribute even more to making Dallas the best place in America to live, work, and do business.”

For more information, visit the Leadership Dallas program.