Georgia P. Quinn is the co-founder and CEO of iDisclose, a new legal technology company focused on the disclosure needs of small business and startup entrepreneurs accessing capital. Quinn is also a securities attorney specializing in crowdfunding at the firm of Ellenoff Grossman & Schole LLP. Quinn was recognized in 2014 as a Top Female Attorney in New York City by Thomson-Reuters. Earlier this year she was joined by other honored attorneys in a special section about “Super Lawyers” featured in the New York Times. She is on the advisory board for the American Banker Lending and Investing Conference and NextGeneration Startups, an online resource for young entrepreneurs. Wealthforge, an early entrant in the crowdfunding space, has called Quinn one of the top influencers in the private placement industry. Quinn is a senior contributor to Crowdfund Insider, an online crowdfunding publication.
Ms. Quinn advises on crowdfunding and marketplace lending matters and has presented to the Securities and Exchange Commission, Congressional staff-members, leaders of US and UK crowdfunding portals and peer-to-peer lending platforms, the American Bar Association, the American Banker P2P Conference, the Council of Development Finance Agencies, the Canadian Equity Crowdfunding Alliance, the New York State Bar Association, and the Small Business Administration.
Ms. Quinn received a Juris Doctor from Columbia Law School, and received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from New York University.