Dionne Savage is founder of Savage & Associates Law Group, P.C. and is a highly sought-after community & economic development deal attorney. Her law firm, which is minority and certified woman-owned, specializes in complex transactional law financings, infrastructure, municipal finance, securities & capital-raising transactions, real estate development, all facets of tax credits and other government programs that revitalize low-income communities. With Philly street smarts, an entrepreneurial spirit and a desire to revolutionize the delivery of legal services, Ms. Savage runs a tight ship. The client focused, results-driven firm represents developers, financial institutions and local, state and Federal government agencies, including the United States Department of Housing & Urban Development (“HUD”). By closing more than 250 commercial real estate transactions as outside closing contractor to HUD and over a billion dollars in financing transactions, she has affectionately earned the title of “The Closer.”
Ms. Savage earned her bachelor’s degree from Temple University and her law degree from American University, Washington College of Law in Washington, DC., where she worked in the Community & Economic Development Law Clinic and a Tax Law Dean’s Fellow. During law school, Ms. Savage interned for U.S. District Court Judge Reggie B. Walton. Afterward, Ms. Savage worked as a corporate and real estate transactional attorney at various Pennsylvania law firms, including Ballard Spahr. Ms. Savage is also an alumni of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Business Program and the Inner City Capital Connections Program.
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