KingSpry is proud to announce that attorney Laura M. Attieh has been elected to the Community Music School Board of Directors.
Attieh will serve a three-year term with the 40-year-old Allentown nonprofit that provides inspiration and opportunity for anyone in our diverse community to achieve excellence in music education and appreciate the transformative power of music.
“Music was always part of our family life growing up, and my passion and dedication to helping children is paramount,” said Attieh of her intention to serve with CMS. She adds that listening to her younger son play the piano and guitar has become a favorite family activity.
Attieh is an attorney with KingSpry where she represents school clients in education and special education law. Prior to joining KingSpry, Attieh served as Deputy District Attorney for Northampton County.
She earned a Juris Doctor from Western Michigan University, Thomas M. Cooley Law School and a B.S. in Leadership and Consumer Economics from the University of Delaware. She resides in Lower Nazareth Township with her husband and their two sons.