Jonathan Wolcott is a partner at Holland & Knight LLP and serves as pro bono counsel to Friends of ROAM.
Jonathan’s legal practice focuses on mergers and acquisitions, securities law and corporate governance
and transactions. He also heads the pro bono and public charitable service activities of Holland & Knight’s
Tysons, VA office.
A 20 year resident of Alexandria, Jonathan is active in the community, and currently serves as pro
bono counsel and on the boards of The Art League and the Carpenter’s Shelter. He served on the board
of Grace Episcopal School for 7 years, and for a decade was a youth group leader at Grace Episcopal Church, where
he first encountered ROAM through a number of musically talented Grace Church youth.
His son Tad is a guitarist in
several ROAM bands, where he has found his true passion, place and people. Tad is teaching Jonathan that there are
infinite categories of heavy metal.
Jonathan has a B.A. in Classics and Political Science from Amherst College,
and received his J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law.
His music career started and ended with his high school a capella group, the Kentones.
He continues to embarrass his children by crooning 80s New Wave and Yacht Rock at every opportunity.
Friends of ROAM is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit recognized by the IRS. EIN 83-2582015
All donations are tax deductible.